My Dreams Academy

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Basic Information

Address: 1516 N Sylvania Ave. Fort Worth, Texas 76111
County: Tarrant
Phone Number: (972) 876-9861
President: Johnny Cordero
Principal: Dr. Anthny Johnson, EdD
School Type: Alternative, bi-lingual Private High School

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Additional Information

Accreditation: National Association of Private Schools
Founded: 2012
Ages/Grades: 9-12, and adult diploma program
School Schedule: 8-2
Classroom Size: 15
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15-1



Online and in-class

Percentage of Graduating Class: 87
Camp Programs: Yes
After School Programs: No
Computer Capabilities:

fully furnished

Parking Spaces/Availability:


Uniform Guidelines:

None required

Admissions Deadline: None
Mission Statement:

MDA graduates will be accepted by the post-secondary institution of their choosing knowing that they have the knowledge, confidence, and training to be responsible and successful citizens. No academic rigor will frighten them, nor will they fear their immense potential as citizens and scholars

Philosophy/Belief Statement: Any student can succeed given the opportunity
School History: My Dreams Academy was founded by a 9th-grade dropout who grew up with a dream. In 2012, the school was opened in Fort Worth, Texas, for students coming from diverse backgrounds, diverse economically, ethnically, socially, racially or whatever. The Academy also incorporates personal backgrounds into academic studies whenever possible and encourages learning exploration and self-actualization. My Dreams Academy operates with a bilingual, multicultural academic model. The adult program affords students the flexibility of staying on their jobs while pursuing their High School Diploma.
Programs and Services:

Adult GED alternative diploma, English classes, Tutorial and college prep, Credit recovery, High school grades 9-12

Notes/School Information:

Be a part of our success, hundreds of graduates have entered colleges and technical schools.
Call and talk to an admissions counselor (972) 876-9861