Student Life

MGA Student Council Officers for the 2015-16 school year.

Student life at MGA is complemented by the many options available to homeschooled students.  Because MGA students attend classes two days per week and are not in full-time school, they are considered ‘homeschooled’ by the state of Texas.  The flexible schedule made possible by a College-Style School®  allows MGA students to participate in many local organizations that serve the DFW homeschooling community.
A few of the social/elective activities in which MGA students participate:

          Park Days and Play Days

          Sports and PE Programs

          Speech and Debate Clubs

          High School Prom

          Choral Academy

          Student Council

Park Days and Play Days

Many of our Grammar School (GS) parents organize park days for their children, or participate in park days organized by local homeschooling support groups.  In the spring, Grammar School offers fun field day events.

Horizons Homeschoolers –

This yahoo group has over 1100 members and is a group of homeschooling parents living in the middle of the Metroplex between Dallas and Fort Worth. This list is for discussion of any topics related to homeschooling.

Keller Area Homeschoolers –

Keller Area Home Schoolers is a Christian group made up of families in the Keller area of Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas, who are teaching their children at home. This is a place to connect with other local homeschoolers, organize park days, field trips, share stories, ideas, etc and get and give recommendations. This group is meant to encourage and assist others on their home school journey.

Sports and PE Programs

MGA students have several options for participating in team sports, including football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and more.


THESA  (Texas Home Educators’ Sports Association) exists to support families with a calling to home educate their children by providing high quality, competitive sports programs, enabling children to grow in Godly character and skills at the junior and senior high level. 


HSAA is another home education sports association in the Metroplex. They offer volleyball, basketball, baseball,soccer, cross-country, and cheer.


As an organization Parker-Tarrant Home School Sports seeks to raise up the next generation of passionate disciples for Jesus Christ through the venue of competitive team athletics.

Blue Sky Sports –

If looking for a non-competitive way to stay active, The Homeschool Fitness Program at Blue Sky Sports may be a good fit for your student. Providing fitness for homeschoolers for over eight years, the students will strive to meet challenges based on the Presidential Fitness Program, as well as a team sport focus. Please contact Alisha Jackson at for more information about this affordable PE program located in Keller for ages 6-18.

Speech and Debate Clubs

With MGA’s College-Style School® schedule, many of our students are free to participate in the area speech and debate clubs.

DFW Speech and Debate –

DFW Speech & Debate is committed to helping students and adults sharpen their ability to analyze problems, think and listen critically, and communicate their ideas in an organized and compelling manner.

Invictus Fides –

Invictus Fides – “Invincible Faith” is Christian homeschool speech and debate club in the DFW metroplex. The program’s purpose is to use the tools of speech and debate to train Christian students to develop critical thinking, discernment and leadership skills while respecting the views of others, in order to share and model the love of Christ and glorify God the Father.  

 SONT – Speak Out North Texas –
Stoa is a national High School and Junior High Speech and Debate organization serving the needs of privately educated, Christian Homeschooling familiesStoa exists to train Christian homeschooled youth in speech and debate to better communicate a Biblical world view. 

Texas Christian High School Prom

The venue is elegant, the decor amazing, the experience unforgettable.  Seriously, your student’s wedding will not be as nice as this prom. With an all-volunteer staff of home school parents, it’s not surprising that the Prom is also educational. They publish information about dance etiquette, formal attire, and interesting facts based on the prom’s theme.  IMG_5773-X2

Lux Venit Choral Academy

This program is especially designed for North Texas homeschooled students.  They offer an affordable Christian program for ages 5-18, emphasizing musical concepts and vocal skills. In addition to performing in a variety of metroplex venues, older students can opt to quality for local, regional, and all-state singing competitions.  No audition is required.

MGA Student Council

STUCO,  MGA’s Student Council, is composed of Logic 2, 3 and Rhetoric students who wish to lead by serving their student body and community.  STUCO’s general membership meetings are the second Friday of every month from 2:00-3:00 in the lunch room in Bldg B.  We provide many opportunities to serve our school and community, as well as connect via our social events.  Stay informed by following STUCO on Twitter at #MGASTUCO  or follow us on Facebook  Information is  provided on this page, in the parent newsletter, during Morning Assembly, Twitter, Facebook, The Scribe (our student newspaper) and on the STUCO bulletin board in the lunch room.  For more info about what we are up to currently, click here: 

STUCO members with the help of Mr. Jones, build our very own gaga ball (Israeli dodge ball) pit on campus.

To apply, and for more information, please contact Advisor Mrs. Hardy: