Grow in Knowledge & Wisdom

Learning Transformed


The Mission of Dripping Springs Christian Academy is to serve our community by partnering with Christian families to provide a Christ-centered, Classical education and to train children for God’s calling on their lives, to serve our staff by valuing and supporting the individual professionally and spiritually to give them the freedom to utilize their passion, skills and unique gifting and to serve our supporters by recognizing their contributions and spiritual investment in the growth and future of God’s kingdom through DSCA.


Our curriculum is based on improving a student’s understanding and performance. Teachers are accessible and eager to offer individual assistance to students. 

Preschool -4th grade


Curiosity Grows

The building blocks upon which all other learning is based.

5th - 8th Grade


Personal and Educational Growth

When the focus of study becomes considering the way things fit together.

9th - 12Th Grade


Cultivating Leaders

Academics will challenge and require creativity and innovative thinking.

Testimonials From Parents

"The school principal/board, had been so open to try new challenges and have a great vision for DSCA and its families/students."
"I have been thrilled with the education, professionalism, the teachers' knowledge and the Head of School at DSCA and would love to continue my child, and my younger daughter, there in the future.." Google Review
"DSCA has been such a blessing for our whole family. Truly amazing and caring staff and teachers."
Built on solid core values

A Strong Foundation Makes a Difference

Why choose Dripping Springs Christian Academy?

FACTS Enrollment

New students

Visit the FACTS website and complete the secure online application.

Existing DSCA families

Log into your FACTS Family Portal / ParentsWeb account, select the FACTS tab.

Why is there confusion about how to define Classical Christian Education?

Many people describe Classical Christian Education using its various components. Some extend these common components into a definition. However, as with any extensive list of best practices, it is long, varied, and difficult to reduce to a succinct definition.