The Dallas Campus was established in 2006 offering grades PreK-4. Today, the campus has over 200 students attending grades PreK-9. We began offering a Rhetoric School with the launch of our first 9th grade class in the 2020-21 school year.  Our Rhetoric School will continue to grow with 10th-12th grades launching in the years to come! The Dallas Campus offers both Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday options for CDA’s Signature Program. For students in Logic and Rhetoric School, a Five-Day Option is also available.

Logic School | Grades 5-8

Students in grades 5 – 8 are moving through the Logic stage of learning.  During this stage, they study the relationship of facts they learned at the grammar stage and how they fit or work together.  They also are examining arguments.  Although Bible is not a separate subject after 5th grade, a Biblical worldview is interwoven into the teaching of all subjects.

“The teachers are amazing, kind, gracious, professional, never in my life have I experienced this from a teacher. Thank you Jesus for CDA teachers!!!” ~ Dallas Logic parent

Logic students attend core classes on Tuesday/Thursday. Optional Friday electives give Logic students an opportunity to enhance their learning through a variety of enrichment offerings.
Logic School is a wonderful time to discover and explore new interests. Our intramurals, electives, clubs, and athletic offerings are designed to give every student a chance to try something new and become more well-rounded.
Logic School is also a place where a child’s faith is deepened and embraced. Our chapels, which are sprinkled throughout each school day, are designed to equip our students to integrate their faith into their entire day throughout their entire lives.
Academically, Logic School is a place where more questions are asked and deeper understanding is pursued. Our curriculum is designed to move students beyond questions of whowhat, and when, and into the brave new world of why and how. You may not have an answer key for every homework assignment, because part of the goal of the Logic School is to teach students the art of intellectual struggle. 
All of this and more takes place alongside a community of dedicated and experienced faculty who are committed to partnering with families to train ethical servant-leaders and wise thinkers who will shape culture for the glory of God.
Intramurals / Athletics
Our Intramurals competition allows student to compete against one another in a variety of academic and athletic contests throughout the year.  We offer an Athletics program for students in grades 4-8. Current athletic offerings include Boys and Girls Basketball, and Girls Volleyball.
One of the staples of our Logic School program is the Lion Leadership Club: a service and community-building club open to all Logic students.
Friday Classes
Logic students are invited to enroll in a variety of Friday Classes. We currently offer courses in Art, Science, Violin, Theology, Study Skills, as well Yearbook & Journalism. Fridays are a wonderful time to allow your student to discover new interests.

Grammar School | Grades PreK-4

Students in grades PreK-4 are at the grammar stage of learning with a focus on breaking new concepts down to the required fundamental skills or facts and mastering them through memorizing jingles, chants, and songs.  Each class also has an annual festival which gives students the opportunity to share what they have learned with their fellow classmates and parents - it is fun way to start public speaking at an early age!

“I am beyond grateful for this collaborative model. It's just a wonderful way to live life for our family! Our kids have derived the benefit of excellent, Godly teachers and like-minded families to form friendships with, while at the same time we can be home together more days than not, and we as parents are involved in teaching our kids. We love the freedom to work hard and play hard. Especially with our son who delights in getting out in nature to explore and create when school is done. Our family is closer and our kids are learning both in and outside the classroom.  There's margin for being imaginative and inventive and fun, and that makes all the difference for our quality of life.” ~ Dallas Grammar parent

Grammar students attend their core classes on either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday.  Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of Friday electives such as Hands on Science, Art and Violin.  These electives are designed to provide fun and exciting ways to supplement the core curriculum.


The Coram Deo Academy Board has approved the launch of a Dallas Campus Rhetoric School to begin in the 2020-21 school year. Our first 9th grade class will begin in the Fall of 2020, and we will continue to add a grade-level each school year until the Rhetoric School is complete.


Grammar students and teachers have morning chapel services.  What a wonderful way to begin the day worshipping the Lord with prayer, learning hymns, and learning scripture through object lessons. 

The Logic School gathers together in the Education Building every morning at 8:30am for an optional time of Morning Prayer. We also gather as a Logic School for Noonday Prayer after lunch, where we pray, read Scripture, and reflect on how our faith integrates into our daily lives. We close our day together with a period of prayerful reflection called Examen before returning home to our families.
While we will read Scripture and Pray every day, we will also occasionally reflect together on a work of art or music that interacts with a specific passage of Scripture. Or we might view something from pop culture’s recent repertoire and see how it compares and contrasts with Christian themes. One day we might read Luke 15 and then view Rembrandt’s Return of the Prodigal Son painting, while the next day we might see how a commercial for the new iPhone contrasts with the attitude we are called to embrace in Philippians 2.
The goal of our Logic School Chapel program is to equip our students to integrate their faith into their entire day throughout their entire lives. 

Dallas Parent Teacher Fellowship

Our Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) serves our campus by building a tight-knit community among our families and teachers, supporting our campus administrators and teachers so they can do their work effectively, and advancing our school’s mission. The PTF is the umbrella for all parent volunteer opportunities on our campus. There are a variety of ways to serve with your time and talents. As a CDA Dallas parent, you are a member of our PTF and encouraged to join us!

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Monday - Friday:
8:00 am - 3:30 pm

Grammar:   8:45 am - 3:15 pm (M//W or T/Th)
Logic:  8:30 am - 3:00 pm (T/Th and M/W for 5-Day students)

* NOTE: Friday class times depend on electives selected.

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    Jon Jordan 

    Campus Administrator
    (469) 620-0987
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    Michele Howard 

    GS Principal
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    Drew Lott 

    Campus Athletic Director & Facilities Manager
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    Rebekah Querfeld 

    Administrative Assistant to the Campus Administrator - Dallas
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    Mandy Sisco 

    GS Administrative Assistant - Dallas
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    Rhonda Hillner 

    Admissions Coordinator - Dallas
    (972)-385-6410 ext 3804