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   Practices are held @ Fieldhouse USA Mansfield

*Players attend practice on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. 

Who We Are

The Texas Alliance of Christian Athletes (TACA) is a competitive homeschool basketball organization for boys aged 8–18 years old. We serve families throughout Dallas, Texas and surrounding locations. During the 2022-2023 seasons our practices were held at Mansfield Fieldhouse; our practice for the upcoming season is TBD.

Our organization was formed by like-minded parents and coaches to give players the opportunity and benefits of good fellowship and competition with Christ-centered peers, families, and coaches. All coaches and student-athletes are expected to encourage and grow in Christ-like character.

Having the opportunity to play sports serves as a platform for character development. Players learn the importance of working with others, respecting those in authority (including officials), and maturing as disciples through participation in athletics.


Mission Statement

Our main goal is to inspire and influence individuals to focus solely on working with others. More importantly, we wish to help them become Christ-centered people. We want to bring out the best in each person by providing nonstop support, training, and activities.


Texas Alliance of Christian Athletes will participate in East Coast National Homeschool Tournament.

Definition of a Homeschool Student-Athlete

“Homeschooling” refers to a student’s education that is parent-directed.

As such, the parents are involved in their child’s education by assuming the role of headmaster or principal, thereby:

1. Setting the Date and Requirements for High School Graduation
2. Selecting and Approving Study Schedules and Course Materials
3. Selecting Tutors, Videos, Computer Courses, Correspondence Courses, and Similar Resources for Their Child’s Education

Additionally, homeschooling includes the person of legal responsibility who is filling the role of the student’s parent.

51% Rule

For clarification purposes, a normal course load for a full-time student consists of six (6) core courses. If a student-athlete is currently taking more than three (3) courses (public, private, or vocational), then they are not considered 51% homeschooled. A student may apply for a hardship exemption in case there are special circumstances.

Age Restrictions

A player’s age group is determined by their age on September 1 of the current school year. For example, a player who is 16 on September 1 but will turn 17 on October 5 is considered eligible to play in the 16-and-under age group at NCHC events. If desired, players may play in a higher age group. For basketball, we offer 10u, 12u, 14u, 16u, and 18u age groups.


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