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Upper School Application 2020-21

Thank you for your interest in Trinity Classical Academy. Below is a list of the required elements, as well as links to the documents and forms that need to be submitted. Families are responsible for scheduling all appointments and submitting all documents using our online application system. 
 
Applications are considered "Active" once a complete application is submitted and payment is made. If you have any questions, please call our Admissions office at 661-296-2601.

View full tuition and fee schedule for 2020-21 here.

Upper School Application Elements:

1. Upper School Application (7th-12th) - Application Fee $125
 
2. Attend an Information Meeting and Tour (dates listed here)
 
3. Pastor's Reference 
 
4. Administrator Evaluation (for 8th-11th grade applicants - click the link to fill out a form requesting your administrator's evaluation)
 
5. Book Academic Screening (1st - 12th grade)

6. Book Student Visit/Essay Appointment (Student visits are required for 7th-11th grade applicants. Visitors will be assigned an ambassador and visit campus for an entire day.  Essay appointments are required for 8th-11th grade applicants only.)
 
7. Submit copies of your child’s final report cards and standardized test scores from the past 2 years to the Admissions Office by uploading to TADS or emailing to dwexler@trinityclassicalacademy.com.
 

8. Submit copies of your child's birth certificate and current immunization records to the Admissions Office by uploading to TADS.

9. Schedule a Family Interview

10. Apply for Tuition Assistance (optional)
After completing the Tuition Assistance Application and submitting all the required documents, please contact Elizabeth Hosmann, Admissions Director (661-296-2601 ext. 159 or ehosmann@trinityclassicalacademy.com) to set up a Review Meeting."

(7th-12th grade)

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