Statement of Faith

Thrive Preparatory Academy is a Christian organization. The policies and decisions of Thrive Preparatory Academy are made from a Biblical Christian World View. Thrive Preparatory Academy is an inclusive organization which does not require students or families to agree with or practice a Christian World View. Enrolling students and families are required to respect Thrive Preparatory Academy’s Christian philosophy and abide by the policies, rules and guidelines set by it.

Non-Discrimination Policy

MustardSeed Educational Resources, d.b.a Thrive Preparatory Academy is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and does not discriminate in terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, student admission or Board of Directors qualification, on account of race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical disability, or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law. While Thrive Preparatory Academy does not discriminate on the foregoing bases in administration of its educational policies, employment policies, and admission policies, as a religious institution, Thrive Prep Academy reserves the right to deny admission, service or employment, or to terminate the enrollment, service or employment of persons whose lifestyle, words, actions, or otherwise do not align with Thrive Prep Academy’s statement of faith, code of conduct, or other policies.

Discipline Policy
  • As part of Thrive’s discipline process, Thrive’s teachers (or staff) may use Thrive's Learning Management System to notify parents and record disciplinary issues.

  • Students are expected to behave in an age-appropriate respectful manner. A student deemed to not be acting in a respectful manner will receive the following:

    • First offense: Verbal warning during class time or outside of class time and a written warning to parents.

    • Second offense: A verbal warning will be given to the student and a written warning will be sent to parents. Parents may be called to pick up the student. In that case, the student will be prohibited from participating in any other Thrive Prep Academy sponsored classes or activities for the remain of that day.

    • Third offense: A verbal warning will be given to the student. A written and verbal request will go to the parents for the student to be picked up from Thrive Preparatory Academy. The student may be expelled from Thrive Preparatory Academy for the remainder of the year. In the case of expulsion, the student is prohibited from attending any Thrive Preparatory Academy sponsored classes or programs for the remainder of the year.

  • Bullying, including cyberbullying, will not be tolerated.Bullying is defined as an ongoing and deliberate misuse of power in relationships through repeated verbal, physical and/or social behavior that intends to cause physical, social and/or psychological harm.

  • Thrive is committed to maintaining an environment in which all individuals treat others with dignity and respect, free from all forms of intimidation, nonconsensual or inappropriate suggestive conduct, exploitation, coercive control, and/or harassment, including sexual harassment. Anyone who violates this policy may be subject to suspension or expulsion.

  • The administration and staff reserve the right to ask a student to leave the class permanently if a student’s behavior is deemed to be a threat to other students, faculty or staff.

  • The administration and staff reserve the right to contact law enforcement if, in their opinion, the circumstances warrant it.

  • In all cases where a student is asked to leave a class or the school permanently, no refunds will be issued.

Dress Code

Students are expected to dress in a way that is modest and Christ honoring. If in doubt, please see clothing as an extension of behavior. Please make sure the clothing worn to school is in line with our Christian philosophy and is not a distraction to students, teachers or staff. All questions regarding dress code should be forwarded to the Director of Thrive Prep Academy.

The following applies to all students, staff and faculty of Thrive Prep Academy:

  • No skin should be showing on the torso from the chest to mid thigh

  • Shoulders should be covered

  • No pajamas

  • Leggings, jeggings or yoga pants may be worn IF worn with a top that covers down to the middle of the thigh

  • Skirts and shorts must reach to mid thigh

  • No "running" shorts unless worn under a dress or skirt

  • No holes in clothing between chest and mid thigh

Any violation of the dress code will be handled in the manner laid out in the Discipline Policy.


Please do not send your student to class if they have any of the following:

  • Fever, vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours

  • Persistent cough

  • Productive nose mucus that is yellow or green in color

  • Exposure to Covid, Flu or any other contagious disease within the last 5 days and has not tested negative for the virus in the last 24 hours

Attendance Policy

Consistent attendance is vital for your student to achieve academic success in the class. We do not allow students to “audit” any class. If you are going to be absent, notify the teacher through the Learning Management System as expeditiously as possible. If the teacher allows ZOOM as an option, please give the teacher time to set up that option for your student. The teacher will not be able to provide that option when it is a last-minute absence.

Students are expected to turn in all classwork missed during their absence and any homework due on the day of their absence and any homework assigned on the day of their absence.