Each high school offers girl’s volleyball, cheerleading and boy’s football. Spring sports include boy’s and girl’s basketball, girl’s softball, boy’s baseball, and track for both. Parents are encouraged to participate in our Booster Clubs, as well. Jr. High sports are available at most campuses. UIL academics and UIL One-Act play competition, yearbook, journalism and more. We also offer many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, please contact your campus for more information.
Yes, we are partnering with Mountain View College and Navarro College
Yes, we offer CTE courses (Career and Technical Education) in our 8-12 grades. This program is part of the highly acclaimed Achieve Texas education initiative (www.achievetexas.org). The programs of study that we currently offer are: Arts, A/V Technology & Communications; Business Management & Administration; Finance; Government & Public Administration; and S.T.E.M. (Science,Technology,Engineering & Mathematics). Students may also obtain Microsoft Certification and more.
Yes, all teachers are college degreed and/or certified in the subject areas they teach
Advantage Academy is certified by the State to enroll students from school districts in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro areas at all of our locations. Click here for a complete list of our geographical boundaries by school district.
Advantage Academy provides bus transportation for students to attend athletic competition and field trips. AA is unable to provide transportation to and from our campuses.
Yes, we follow all Texas Education Agency (TEA) guidelines for the STAAR, and students take it at the times determined by the TEA.
Yes, each Advantage Academy campus has a Certified Nurse’s Aid (CNA) on staff with a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) rotating through each campus.
Breakfast – $1.75 Students and $2.75 parents and staff
Lunch – $2.75 Students and $3.50 parents and staff
Milk or Juice – $.50
Reduced Breakfast – $.30
Reduced Lunch – $.40
Ice Cream – $1.00
Bilingual education is offered at the N. Duncanville campus only. ESL is provided at all campuses.
We are a public charter school funded by the State of Texas and do not charge tuition. We receive less funding per student than traditional public schools and no funding for facilities. We are operated by a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and can accept donations at anytime by clicking the donate tab on our website. All contributions are tax-deductible on your income return.
Please go to our enroll now tab to download our admissions application. Print and return application at your requested campus.
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