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Grow with Us

March 04, 2022
By Paul Williams

If you haven’t noticed, our community is growing, and so is TPCS. Our enrollment is over 625 students this year. We are excited about all of the new families that have joined our Traders Point family this year.

As we look forward, we are receiving a record number of applications by more than four times the amount compared to last year. As a result, we will be expanding our class offerings by adding two new sections to our Early Childhood program. We are also planning to add another section of first and second grade. If the enrollment interest continues at this pace, we will need to consider adding additional Lower School sections. 

Last year, TPCS received an extremely generous grant to fund our Scholar Project 2.0 programs. The Scholar Project 2.0 is a five-year program focused on raising academic rigor. Those funds made it possible to add two Reading Specialists to the Lower School and additional gifted track classes in AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Dual Credit US History, and Dual Credit World History. This year, we expanded our PLTW and Aviation course offerings in the Upper School. From the second round of Scholar Project 2.0 funding, we plan to add math resource teacher(s) in the Lower School, and we plan to hire gifted track Math and Language Arts teachers for the middle grades. 

While experiencing some growing pains, we are excited about what the Lord is doing for Traders Point. If you know of people looking for jobs or families looking for a new school opportunity for their kids, let them know about TPCS. Next year is shaping up to be an exciting year!


This will be the last COVID update in our newsletter. Schools are no longer required to report COVID cases to the state, so we will also stop tracking cases.


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Traders Point Christian Schools admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.