General Questions

What curriculum is used at VCA?

A Beka Books will be the primary curriculum used at VCA. A Beka Books has been around for generations and has a proven track record of success. VCA is dedicated to providing the best curricula available to meet the needs of our students.

Do you offer special education classes or handicapped services?

VCA offers a traditional classroom setting. We do not currently have separate special education classes.

What about school supply lists?

Supply lists will be made available to VCA families before school starts. We will also post this information on the school website under the News and Events section.

Do you accept late enrollments or semester transfers?

The majority of our enrollment is done between May and July to allow us to plan for the upcoming school year. Whenever an application is received after the open enrollment period, it will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Are students whose families attend a church other than Victory Family Church admitted to VCA?

Preference is given to VFC families. However, we do welcome and accept applications from students whose families attend other Bible-believing churches which are in agreement with our philosophies.

We attended VFC at one time, but no longer attend. Does this impact our admission?

We will not admit students whose families have left VFC. VFC is the driving force behind VCA. Without VFC, Victory Christian Academy would not exist. The leadership is the same for both organizations, and this policy helps us to maintain cohesiveness.

Biblical Instruction

What are the benefits of Victory Family Church and Victory Christian Academy?

Victory Family Church is a charismatic, non-denominational church. Our Statement of Faith details our beliefs and the basis for what we teach in our Bible classes and chapel services. Our Statement of Faith can be found on the VFC website:

How often do you have Bible classes and chapel services?

All students have daily Bible classes. We also incorporate Biblical truths into every subject. All students participate in weekly chapel services.

Dress Code

Do your students wear uniforms?

Victory Christian Academy students are required to wear school uniforms. Our uniform supplier is French Toast. Uniforms can be purchased on their website You must enter our school’s code QS5YWJS to access the appropriate dress code. French Toast also has retail locations in Gainesville, Fort Worth, and Arlington. Please visit their website for specific addresses. If you have uniforms from previous years that still fit and are in good condition, they may still be worn. In order to create cohesiveness in our uniforms, new purchases must come through French Toast. Items cannot be purchased elsewhere and then embroidered. All students are required to purchase a red, short-sleeved polo. Polos must be embroidered with the VCA logo. On Fridays, students are permitted to wear pre-approved spirit gear from Ink N Stitch in Bridgeport


What team sports do you have available?

Victory Christian Academy currently offers the following sports for grades 6th-12th:

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country
  • Football 6-man
  • Rodeo
  • Softball
  • Track
  • Volleyball

Victory Christian Academy also offers youth sports teams for K-5th grade which includes the following:

  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Softball
  • Baseball
  • Volleyball

For a full list of current athletic programs that VCA has to offer, please visit the Athletics page.

Lunch Programs

Do you provide a hot lunch program?

Lunches are catered in several days per week. Students may also bring a lunch from home.


Does VCA provide transportation?

No, VCA relies on parents and families to get students to and from school each day.

Parental Involvement

How can parents get involved?

After an application and a required background check have been approved, parents can be involved as teacher helpers, lunchroom or recess monitors, field trip assistants, and helpers at teacher-directed parties.

Visiting Victory Christian Academy

Can I take a tour of your school?

Tours can be scheduled by calling the Enrollment & Service Center at (940) 627-5820. Tours must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. VCA allows tours but not shadowing of students. Tours will be given starting six weeks prior to the start of the school year.

Before and After School Care

Do you provide before and after school care?

Yes, before-school and after-school care is available to VCA families via Victory Kids Care (VKC). An annual registration fee of $25.00 per family will be required for the use of BASC.
Students may be dropped off at the VCA campus after 7:30 am. Students dropped off prior to 7:30 am must be dropped off at the VKC facility at the VFC main campus and they will be transported to VCA prior to class.

Before School Care Mon – Fri (7am -7:30am)

One Child $3 per day
Siblings $2 per day

*All students arriving before 7:30am must be dropped off at the VKC facility on the VFC main campus and will be placed in before-school care and charged accordingly.

After School Care Mon – Fri (3:15pm – 6pm)

One Child (Short Term – till 4pm) $4 per day
Siblings (Short Term – till 4pm) $3 per day
One Child (Long Term – till 6pm) $7 per day
Siblings (Long Term – till 6pm) $5 per day

*All students on school property after 3:15pm will ride the van over to VKC and will placed in After-School Care and charged accordingly. Parents may pick-up their children at VKC on the VFC main campus.

**Charges for BASC are billed out on a monthly basis.


What are the general school rules for discipline?

  • Follow directions quickly and with a good attitude
  • Walk quietly to and from assigned areas
  • Keep hands, feet, and personal objects to yourself
  • Come to class prepared and complete all work assigned
  • Use appropriate language. Disrespectful and unkind words are not allowed

What is your discipline policy?

Discipline and learning go hand in hand. Discipline builds character and allows students to develop the talents and abilities that God has given them. VCA uses such disciplinary measures as instruction, correction, rebuke, and corporal punishment (paddling) in an effort to achieve the ultimate goal: self-discipline. When corporal punishment becomes necessary, the child’s parents or guardians will be notified in advance.