Application Process

How to Apply to Trinity Christian School

If you have visited Trinity and are interested in enrolling, please print and complete the New Student Application.

Once the application is processed, Trinity will be in contact with the applicant’s family to schedule a student assessment.  New students are required to take an entrance assessment for clearer understanding of a child’s reading comprehension, phonics skills, math and writing levels.

  • Each student entering Kindergarten or First grade is administered the Brigance Screen to confirm placement in the correct grade.
  • Each student entering second through eighth grade will be administered the Kaufman test of Educational Abilities (KTEA).
  • Assessment testing does not occur for students entering preschool.

Upon placement decision, new families will need to register with SMART Tuition. SMART is an independent service used to process tuition installments, but if tuition is paid in full at registration SMART registration is not required.  Parents who pay tuition in monthly installments must use the SMART automatic deduction program from a bank account or credit card designated by the parents or legal guardians.   Login to

If tuition assistance is needed, an application will be processed through FACTS, an independent scholarship organization.  The FACTS application and required $40 fee (paid to FACTS) must be completed before assistance is awarded.  All personal information on the application remains with FACTS.  Need based aid is determined by the Trinity tuition assistance committee and awarded from the Trinity School endowment.

Finally, Trinity will work with the new family to secure other necessary forms and information prior to the first day of class.  Additional information includes:

  • Current health and immunization records (or religious exemption form)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Past school records for grades 1-8.

All students new to Trinity Christian School are placed in a probationary period for the first quarter of the school year.   The child’s teacher, parent and principal will meet at the conclusion of the first quarter to evaluate student progress.

Trinity Christian School admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, scholarships, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies and other school administered programs. Trinity Christian School does not currently have programs for students with special educational or physical needs.