A private Christian school is coming to Fort Worth with plans to open during the 2023-24 school year.

Construction issues pushed back the the move of Trinity Preparatory Academy from Watauga to 12657 N. Caylor Road from the original planned opening during the 2021-22 school year.

The college-style school serves kindergarten through 12th grades, and originally was founded and opened in Keller 15 years ago and moved to Watauga for the 2021-22 school year due to the delays in the Fort Worth construction project.

The delay was a combination of supply-chain issues and the addition from one building to two, according to Jenny Rosser, finance coordinator at the school.

Claire Bancroft, the head of school, said the school provides a chance for a hybrid program between on-campus and at-home learning.

Bancroft said the school offers Christ-centered teaching to develop "well-educated" students with "Biblical" view of the world.

“We are very excited to move soon and begin classes on our own campus this fall,” Bancroft said.

The school will move onto the new campus after the 2022-23 school year concludes in late May. The offices will reopen June 13, and the students will be in the new buildings in August, Bancroft said.

Building 1 is 11,950 square feet with an estimated cost of $1.2 million, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation—from the 2020 permit.

The second building will be completed around the end of 2023, according to Bancroft. The TDLR filing for the second building is $3 million. This project includes a multipurpose room, bathrooms, office and classrooms in the 19,322-square-foot space.