Frequently Asked Questions
TMA opened its doors in 1986 to 230 students. Over thirty years later, we now have a 33-acre campus serving over 1,000 enrolled students, 18 months to twelfth grade.
No, we are a non-denominational Christian school with a focus on college preparation. Presently there are over 160 churches represented among TMA’s student body.
Yes. TMA is accredited through the Southern Association of Independent Schools, AdvancED, Association of Christian Schools International, and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Visit our Financial Assistance page to learn about Financial Aid and scholarship opportunities.
For grade levels that have reached maximum capacity, qualified candidates will be placed in a “wait pool.” The wait pool is an unranked list of candidates who have met all admission requirements of The Master’s Academy. When and if an opening becomes available, the Admissions Committee will select the most appropriate candidate from the pool. At the start of a new school year, candidates will be rolled over to a new pool and will be considered as openings occur during the year.
Lower School starts at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 2:45 p.m. and Upper School starts at 7:45 a.m. and ends at 3:05 p.m. On Wednesday Lower School ends at 1:45 and Upper School ends at 3:05.
Yes! Meal plans are available for both Lower and Upper school. For more information, visit our Dining Services page.
Uniforms can be purchased directly from Dennis Uniform, our uniform provider, or in-store at 1101 N. Keller Road, Suite G-3, Orlando, FL 32810. For uniform specifics, use school code E1T.
Spirit gear is available to purchase on campus at the Screaming Eagle Shop, or on our website.
There are countless opportunities in our Fine Arts Department. With updated facilities, students have access to theater, art, music, and dance — with opportunities to explore almost everything in between. TMA encourages the study of visual arts, not for the sake of art, but for God’s glory.
TMA offers several opportunities for our Lower School students to participate in athletics and intramural sports. Athletic Varsity staff will work with the Lower School Director of Athletics to prepare students for Upper School athletics. This is a great opportunity for students to learn under the guidance of varsity coaches, develop skills to prepare them for higher competition, and to develop a proper attitude in both winning and losing.
There are 15 different sports with 38 teams represented at The Master’s Academy with opportunities at the Middle School, JV, and Varsity level. Explore the full list of sports available on the TMA Athletics website.
After-school care or “Aftercare” is provided for Lower School and Middle School students until 6:30 p.m., and all students not picked up by 3:15 p.m. are required to go to aftercare. You can visit our aftercare page for rates and other details.