Our History

Trinity Basin Preparatory is a free public charter school that was founded in 1998. Since opening the first campus in 1999 in Oak Cliff, Trinity Basin Preparatory has expanded to provide a safe, disciplined learning environment for more than 3,160 students in grades PK3 through 8. Trinity Basin Preparatory now has three campuses in Oak Cliff and two in Fort Worth, providing an education that focuses on literacy and language acquisition skills.

We strive to provide a well-rounded and rigorous education to our students focusing on the core academic areas of reading, writing, math, science and social studies. Expectations on our campuses are very high for students and faculty in order to foster an environment of achievement and success. Teachers who are successful within our organization understand the need to reach each individual student, regardless of any perceived learning barriers. At Trinity Basin Preparatory, we believe every child can succeed, and our teachers, staff, and administrators are all dedicated to that success. 

 

Our Mission

The mission of Trinity Basin Preparatory is to inspire every student to do more, expect more, and be more. To make this mission a reality, every employee of Trinity Basin Preparatory is expected to exemplify the core values set forth below in all they do at TBP:


1. I will always do the right thing.
2. I will always hold myself fully accountable for my words and actions.
3. I will always establish respectful and meaningful relationships with those around me.
4. I will always put the best interest of our students first.


The vision of Trinity Basin Preparatory is to provide this education in an environment specifically designed to meet the individual academic, physical, and emotional needs of its students. We do this by:


1. Creating safe classrooms and campuses with strong discipline designed to foster a desire for all students to acquire and apply new knowledge and skills.
2. Holding all students, teachers and staff accountable for always doing the best job possible every day.
3. Establishing respectful and meaningful relationships between and among students, teachers, administrators, parents and the community.
4. Hiring and rewarding “Save the World” teachers whose passion for education manifests itself in the development of engaging, interactive lessons and activities. These teachers know that what they do is not just a job, but rather a calling. They work harder, care more, and go above and beyond every day.