An investment in a Trinity education powerfully prepares our graduates for their futures, wherever the Lord may lead them.
Children have opportunities to learn, grow and lead in various ways, from athletics and fine arts, to student leadership and service to others.
Trinity faculty and staff have dedicated ourselves to teaching students to read well, write well and think well. They will graduate knowing what they believe and why they believe it.
Trinity offers students an academic environment that features small class sizes (average 18), expert faculty (58% hold advanced degrees), college preparatory coursework, and dual (college) credit. Our vibrant community represents membership at dozens of different Christian churches. We also have diversity in socio-economics, learning differences, and ethnicity.
We recognize that tuition represents a significant investment, and that’s where tuition assistance can help. By reducing the annual tuition for students who qualify for need-based financial aid, Trinity seeks to empower families to make well-reasoned decisions during the admission process.
An Investment in your Student's Future...
At Trinity Classical Academy, we are dedicated to helping young people become men and women of virtue, wisdom, purpose and courage.
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General Information about Tuition and Tuition Assistance:
- The Annual Tuition is due in full on July 1, 2021.
- Alternatively, families may use one of the following finance plans: Two Installment Payments, or 12-Monthly Installment Payments.
- To be considered for Tuition Assistance, your application AND ALL BACK UP DOCUMENTATION must be submitted online no later than January 15, 2021 (returning families). For new families, your application must be submitted PRIOR to your Family Interview. You must submit tax return (2019), income verification and debt verification with your application. For more information about Tuition Assistance, click HERE.
- If your student withdraws from Trinity after April 2, 2021 (returning families) or one week after signing your enrollment contract (new families), parents are still responsible for the full amount of tuition agreed to for the 2020-2021 school year in the enrollment contract.