Beginning with our youngest, Trafton aims to develop well-rounded, well-prepared students and responsible citizens. 

School administrators believe that students must have a strong foundation in reading, writing, grammar, and math skills to ensure future academic success in high school and beyond. In order to achieve this goal, a strong traditional curriculum is taught in a structured, nurturing environment. Trafton serves both grade-level and above grade-level students with its honors and on-level curricula.

As a member of TAAPS (Texas Alliance of Accredited Private Schools), Trafton Academy maintains a high level of academic standards and practices.  Students are encouraged to reach their full potential by teachers who set clear expectations and teach to the top of the class.  Study skills and work habits, organizational skills, responsibility, and time management are taught throughout a student’s time at Trafton.

Every Spring classes in grades 1-8 are given achievement tests to track student progress and to help assess curriculum. Based on those achievement test scores, many of our 6th grader qualify for the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).

Students may graduate from Trafton with four high school credits, including Algebra I; IPC, Integrated Physics and Chemistry A; Spanish I; and Computer Science.

Click here for a more in-depth look at the subjects and curriculum offered for each grade.

All teachers post homework assignments, upcoming quizzes and tests, grades, and other important information on their homework pages via RenWeb.

To email any of our fine faculty, please visit the contacts page.