Welcome to Admissions

Thank you for considering Pantego Christian Academy for your child’s private school education and thank you for visiting our web-site! We understand the challenges and importance of choosing the right school for your child’s education since you are delegating a portion of your Biblical responsibility for your child’s education.  Even beyond a review of academics and extra-curricular activities, you should consider whether the school you select matches your family values.  Whether you are looking for classes in our early childhood program (ages 1 – 3 years old), or enrolling from pre-k to senior year, Pantego Christian Academy offers a well balanced elementary and college preparatory education with a Christian worldview.  As you walk the halls on either the Arlington or Mansfield campus, you will experience a spirit of friendliness, excitement and pride that exemplifies the reality of who we are.

For over 46 years, Pantego Christian Academy has had the opportunity to work with families to help prepare the next generation of Christian leaders for our world.  We hope you find the information you are looking for about all that PCA has to offer as you look over our website and that you will consider becoming a part of our school community.  There is much to learn about Pantego Christian Academy and I am eager to assist you in any way that I can.  I look forward to visiting with you and am available anytime to offer you a personal tour of our school.  Please contact me for an appointment by phone at 817 460-3315 ext. 1202 or by email at ebrewer@pantego.com.   Also, please check our calendar of events and know that you are invited and welcome at anytime!

Erin Brewer
Director of Enrollment Management

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Policy of Nondiscrimination

Pantego Christian Academy admits qualified students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin because we acknowledge there can be no preferential treatment with God (Romans 2:11); however, the Academy does reserve the right to deny enrollment to any student whose personal or family practices or beliefs conflict with the Academy’s Christian philosophy.