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What is a charter school?
Do students earn a diploma like a “traditional” public school does?
Is there a tuition charged to attend Crosstimbers Academy?
How do I get an admission application?
What is CTA’s school mascot?
Charter schools are public schools that have the flexibility to adapt to the educational needs of individual students. Charter schools vary in mission and model, serving a wide range of students, many with needs beyond the one-size-fits-all traditional public school. Often, charter schools provide a personalized learning environment that promotes greater student achievement. In exchange for some autonomy, charter schools have increased accountability and must meet the testing standards dictated by the state.
See more about Charter Schools: www.charterstexas.org
Yes, A diploma earned from CTA carries the same weight as the “traditional” Public Schools.
No, CTA is a Public School. However, Crosstimbers Academy does not receive the same amount of state and local aid as the “traditional” Public School. Therefore donations are welcome and are 100% tax deductable.
You can come up to the school and pick up an application in the front office or download our application.
Our school mascot is the Timberwolf.