About Us


St. Clement Coptic Orthodox Christian Academy is a private school whose purpose is to assist Christian parents in the educational and spiritual development of their children. We are committed to providing an authentic education that expands the minds, nurtures the soul and shapes the character. The schools desire is to help students develop and embrace a biblical view of the world, integrate that view into their lives, engage their culture with discernment, and become contributing members of society in a manner that brings glory to God. This commitment is the focus that dictates the quality of all our endeavors. St. Clement serves 6 weeks old to 8th grade.

Mission & Philosophy Statement

Mission Statement
The mission of St. Clement Christian Academy is to provide academic excellence in a Christ-centered environment.

The school views itself as one of three major forces in the life of each child: the home, the school, and the church. The school intends to be an extension of the home, and therefore, a responsive listener to the home. It also intends to be cooperative with the church represented among the student body. The school is committed to a program of excellence which strives for the best instruction, through use of the best materials, in facilities of the highest quality.

Philosophy Statement
The philosophy of St. Clement Chritian is to enable children to view life from God’s perspective because He is Truth. We believe Biblical perspective is communicated through (1) His Creation, (2) His Son, Jesus Christ, and (3) His Holy Word, the Bible.

The Bible is the inspired, infallible, and authoritative Word of God. Jesus Christ is the central theme of history and is the central authority of what men say, do, or believe. Man was created in God’s image, but that image was ruined at the fall when man chose to sin against God. God provided a way of redemption for man through the life, death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ.

Teachers seek to integrate Biblical truth into each subject being taught. We believe the educational process is only accomplished through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.

We believe that a proper relationship between family, church, and school is essential to Christian education. It is the responsibility of the parents to teach and train a child. St. Clement Christian Academy, as a ministry of St. Mina Coptic Orthodox Church, is an extension of the educational process of the home.

The pursuit of knowledge is more than the collection of information. It also includes understanding and Godly wisdom. We are committed to leading children and their families to a restored relationship with God, to graduating students with both competence and character, and to developing history makers and world changers for the glory of God.

Academic Goals


  • Enable students to develop creative thinking and critical thinking skills in academic subjectspic3 using the Bible as their standard of faith.
  • Assist families in preparing their children for future education.
  • Recognize and develop the individual personality, intellectual abilities, and unique gifts and talents of each student.
  • Help each student use appropriate effort to reach his or her full academic maximum.
  • Help each student gain a command of the fundamental processes used in communicating and dealing with others through subjects such as reading, writing, speaking, listening, mathematics and character building.
  • Enable students to learn, show an understanding of, and apply ideas and skills in science, social studies, history, fine arts, computer science, foreign language, and personal money management.
  • Promote in each student responsible citizenship through the development of understanding and appreciation of our Coptic Christian heritage, our American Republic.
  • Provide adequate facilities, equipment, and materials for the educational process while avoiding unnecessary expenditures or any unsound financial practice.
  • Help each student develop his or her skills in analysis, synthesis, interpretation, and application to encourage intellectual growth and reflect in their daily lives a Biblical world and life view.
  • Promote an appreciation for our free enterprise system of government, respect for the property of others, the work ethic and honest business practices.

Responsibility of School To Home

1. School Board members, teachers, and principal shall lead Biblical lifestyles and interact with each student and parent using Biblical principles and established school policies.
2. Help the parents understand the school's purpose and program.
3. Aid parents by becoming partners with them in the God-given task of educating their children.
4. Closely cooperate with the parents in every phase of the students' development, especially as it relates to the school program.
5. Help parents keep up with the changing culture and its effects on the home, recognizing the implications for their children. 

Responsibility of Home to School

1. To reinforce and support the values of the school and the efforts of the teachers, staff, and administration in the education process.
2. To take an active part in the total education program of the school: volunteer opportunities, parent-teacher conferences, financial support, Parent Teacher Fellowship, prayer groups, etc.
3. To communicate concerns, should they arise, in a timely manner to the appropriate party.

Notice of Non-Discrimination

The U.S. Department of Agriculture also prohibits discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, religious creed, disability, age, political beliefs or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027), found online at:http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html,

and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992.

Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by:

mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410

fax: (202) 690-7442; or

email: program.intake@usda.gov.

This institution is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

This institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex and in some cases religion or political beliefs.

Tuition For 2022-2023 School Year
      Our preschool program is a year round program

item 1st Child 2nd Child 3rd/4th Child
Application Fee (KG-8th Grade) (New or returning Student) (Yearly Fee) 250 $250 250
Book Rental/Material / Tech Fee (Yearly Fee) 250 $250 250
Tuition PreK-0 (6 weeks to 12 month) (Monthly) 750 $700 700
Tuition PreK-1 (12 month - 24 month) (Monthly) 650 $600 600
Tuition PreK-2 (24 month - 36 month) (Monthly) 600 $550 550
Tuition PreK-3 (36 month - 48 month) (Monthly) 500 $450 450
Tuition Prek-4 (48 month - 60 month) (Monthly) 450 $400 400
Tuition Grades KG-8th Grade (Yearly) (Based on 10 months) 7000 $6500 6500
Tuition Paid Monthly: Due 1st Day of Month 2nd Child 3rd/4th Child
Prek-0 750 700 700
Prek-1 650 600 600
Prek-2 600 550 550
Prek-3 500 450 450
Prek-4 450 400 400
Grade KG-8th Grade 700 650 650

Students who originally enrolled beginning with the school year:

First monthly tuition payment is due by August 1st, for the school year beginning August. Tuition payments are due on the first of each month with final payment due on May 1st,. For students enrolling after August 1st, a prorated payment schedule will apply.

There will be a late charge of $30 for any monthly tuition payment made more than 10 days after the date due. There will be a charge of $30 for any check returned to the school by the bank. Monthly tuition payments and fees are non-refundable. 

Extra Fees
Listed Below are some of the extra expenses parents may have throughout the year:

1. Selected school supplies
2. Uniforms
3. Field Trip expenses
4. Paperback novels
5. School pictures
6. Other school related activities

Early development is fundamental to the growth of your child.

Connect Us

  • Address: 1110 John McCain Rd,
    Colleyville, TX 76034
  • +1 (817) 481-9035
  • info@stclementchristianacademy.org