General Admissions Standards
Trinity Classical Academy is committed to a biblical philosophy of education which integrates Christian principles and scriptural truths with the academic and social experiences of every student. Trinity Classical Academy was founded to work in concert with families by teaching the same Christian truths at school as the children receive at home. Our policy for admissions reflects this philosophy and so requires that at least one parent or guardian of each applicant give a credible profession of personal faith in Jesus Christ as Lord an Savior, and be a regular attendee or member at a Christian church, unless exempted due to extenuating circumstances. We endeavor to enroll students who will exhibit the biblical values of showing care and concern for others in our school community as well as a demonstration of enthusiasm for the learning process.
Non-Discrimination Policy: Trinity Classical Academy admits students of any race, color, sex, and national or ethnic origin, to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, Tuition Assistance programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Trinity Classical Academy does reserve the right to select students on the basis of academic performance, religious commitment, philosophical compatibility, and willingness to cooperate with the Trinity Classical Academy administration and abide by its policies.
Students who seek admission directly following suspension, expulsion or behavior problems from another school will not be permitted to apply until they prove themselves elsewhere. The first 9 weeks is considered to be a trial period for all new students.
In the event that a class has an opening, the admission to fill that opening may not be based on a “first come, first served” basis. We reserve the right to admit students in a manner that takes into consideration the capacity of the school to meet the needs of the individual student and the educational benefit of all students. We do not base our admissions decisions on the ability of the family to pay full tuition.