Texas Law

The Texas Education Code makes it illegal for anyone to
discriminate against a person who has obtained a high school
diploma in Texas through non-traditional means, like a private home
school such as ours. In other words, a diploma from our school, by
law, is to be viewed and accepted in the same way as one from any
other traditional high school program would be. That law is cited
below.

Education Code on NonDiscrimination for College Admission
Texas Education Code
Section § 51.9241
ADMISSION OF STUDENT WITH NONTRADITIONAL SECONDARY
EDUCATION
(a) In this section:
(1) "Institution of higher education" has the meaning
assigned by Section 61.003.
(2) "Nontraditional secondary education" means a course of
study at the secondary school level in a nonaccredited private
school setting, including a home school.
(b) Because the State of Texas considers successful completion
of a nontraditional secondary education to be equivalent to
graduation from a public high school, an institution of higher
education must treat an applicant for admission to the institution as
an undergraduate student who presents evidence that the person
has successfully completed a nontraditional secondary education
according to the same general standards as other applicants for
undergraduate admission who have graduated from a public high
school.
(c) An institution of higher education may not require an applicant
for admission to the institution as an undergraduate student who
presents evidence that the person has successfully completed a
nontraditional secondary education to:
(1) obtain or submit evidence that the person has obtained a
general education development certificate, certificate of high school
equivalency, or other credentials equivalent to a public high school
degree; or
(2) take an examination or comply with any other application
or admission requirement not generally applicable to other
applicants for undergraduate admission to the institution.
Added by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 232, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 2003.
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We are proud to announce the
establishment of both the Anderson
Family Scholarship Fund and the
Buddy Merritt Memorial
Scholarship Fund. Please contact
the school for further details.
CCA is pleased to
have recently
entered into a new
partnership with
native New
Orleanian Marshall
Faulk and his
Marshall Faulk
Foundation.
Marshall is an NFL
MVP, a four-time
NFL Offensive
Player of the Year,
a seven-time Pro
Bowler, and a
future NFL Hall of
Famer.  
CCA is very
proud to
announce our
new
partnership
with
five-time
All Pro Roy
Williams and
his Safety
Net
Foundation
,
which is doing
remarkable
work with
single mothers
in the Dallas
area.