The Hallmarks of Mosaic Academy
Mosaic Academy was founded by parents and instructors who felt that something more was needed than what is presently available in public, private, and home-school settings. For fifteen years we have personally experienced how the unique, active learning based classrooms and parent-instructor partnership enables the family to thrive on their educational journey in a home-school setting and at school.
Statement of Faith: adapted from the Apostles Creed
We believe that God is the Creator of the earth and all that is in it. We believe Jesus Christ is His only begotten Son. We believe in the virgin birth. We believe in the Holy Spirit and in His active presence in our daily lives as Comforter and Guide. We believe in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – three in one. We believed that Jesus Christ was crucified, died, buried, and the third day He rose from the dead. We believe He ascended into heaven, and is now Lord of heaven and earth. We believe that Jesus has paid the way for the forgiveness of our sins through His death and resurrection. We believe that those who have given their lives to Christ will spend eternity in Heaven with God. We believe that the Bible is inspired by God and is profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction and instruction in righteousness.
Our curriculum is selected with the whole child in mind and is implemented in our classrooms in a way that transfers naturally between school and home for strong success in your home-schooling. We use each text as a springboard for active learning in order to create and atmosphere for student engagement, ownership over learning, success, creativity and fun.
We have selected from a variety of curriculum sources and carefully review our choices on a consistent basis to ensure their effectiveness in creating a well-rounded student.
Some of our curriculum choices are: Bob Jones University Press math and science, Apologia Science, Modern Curriculum Press, Easy Grammar, Handwriting Without Tears, Abeka Phonics, Making Words, McGraw Hill History, Story of the World volumes 1-4.
Mosaic Academy has open registration year round based on availability in our classrooms. We do maintain small class sizes and close our classes at 10-12 students for most ages, with kindergarten being closed at 8 students.
Our Tuition and Fees can be found on our Forms and Documents page, as well as downloaded here:
To apply please visit the Forms and Documents page and download the necessary application forms. These can be submitted to the school office via scanned and email copies, email@example.com, mailed to 1400 College Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104, or you are always welcome to drop them by personally!
Frequently Asked Questions
When do classes meet?
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m./ Dismissal 3:40.
Community service jobs are from 3:30-3:40: every student participates in caring for our space and work as a team to tidy each learning area.
What classes are offered?
Our academic schedule for all students includes Math, Language Arts, Spelling, History, Science, Physical Education, Computer, Spanish Conversation, and Music.
We have several additional elective courses that are new to Mosaic Academy for the 2016 academic year. They include yoga, group guitar lessons, art classes and Wednesday peer and teacher tutoring from 9-12. Prices vary for each class. Please contact the school office with questions.
Can my student take individual classes?
Individual academic classes are available as space permits. Individual classes are paid for per semester. Applicable supply fees are due upon enrollment. Click here to visit the fee schedule to see rates.
How much time is required for homework on non-class days?
Mosaic Academy provides a full course of study for each grade. Each student who completes the assigned work is prepared to move into the next grade at the end of the school year. For this reason, each student should expect a full day of homework on non-school days. An average amount of work is forty-five minutes to an hour per subject.
Do have a break time for lunch and recess?
We believe movement is critical to successful learning! For this reason we have a morning break time and a 30-minute lunch break for students in Kindergarten through fifth grade, as well as a PE class each school day.
Middle school students have a 10 minute break in the morning, and a 30 minute lunch period, as well as a PE class.
What is covered in the materials fee?
The non-refundable materials fee covers the cost of all of your student’s books for the year. It also includes the cost of copies and other materials that are used in class each school day. Consumables become the property of the student. Hard backed books remain the property of the school and are used multiple years.
What special programs are offered?
Mosaic Academy is pleased to offer a computer class that familiarizes students K-8th with using technology for today’s world. Beginning students interact with KIDPIX™ and learn the basic functions of a computer. Starting in third grade, students are taught proper finger placement to develop good typing skills. Upper grade students continue typing practice with Mavis Beacon Typing Tutor™. Students create presentations using PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Excel, KIDPIX™, and web resources. They also learn web safety practices.
We offer an interactive music class for students through the eighth grade. Students learn rhythm, and movement, choral techniques, as well as beginning skills that help them to appreciate the beauty of all types of music. We also offer opportunity to develop skills in dramatic presentation and produce a school musical every year.
Is Bible taught in the classroom?
Each class begins their class day together with Bible class. We use a variety of Scripture and character focused curriculum in our Bible discussions each day. Students have weekly and monthly Scripture memorization assignments.
Does Mosaic Academy combine more than one grade in a classroom?
Yes. Depending on enrollment we often combine grades such as a first and second, third and fourth, and so on. We ensure that each grade is allotted sufficient time for their concepts. We have found that mixed age levels promote student learning both by adding a variety of perspective to discussions and by using co-operative learning and peer tutoring.