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Social Emotional Learning

What is it and why is it an important part of my child's education? What makes a positive learning environment?  If you’re a parent, you’ve...

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Consistency is Key for Elementary Students

How Private Schools are Able to Keep Students In-Person and Engaged During the formative years (kindergarten through fifth grade) students thrive on...

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God’s Smuggler Recap

by, Ruth...

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Why do I love teaching at TCA?

By, Kim Graef, High School English  Why do I love teaching at TCA? The answers are actually contained in the question itself.  Love: The love that I...

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Pandemic Possibilities

By, Ruth Brittain  In March 2020 along with the rest of the world I lost my livelihood as an extracurricular educator and was stuck at home trying to...

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TCA Announces Tuition Freeze

In an email that went out to all TCA families on Tuesday, May 5, Dr. Pritchard announced that TCA would be freezing its tuition for the upcoming 2020-2021...

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New Resources Added!

New Online Instruction Resources Added for Students and Families We've added additional fun and useful links for students and parents this morning! Check...

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TCA Alum Vernon Brundage, ’05 Publishes New Book

TCA alumnus Vernon Brundage Jr., '05, just had his first book published! His book is called Shoot Your Shot, A Sport-Inspired Guide To Living Your Best...

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