Frequently Asked Questions
- What are Trinity's school hours?
- Does Trinity offer an extended day program ?
- Do Trinity students wear uniforms?
- Does Trinity offer transportation to and from campus?
- Does Trinity offer financial aid?
- Do I need to apply for financial aid each year?
- Does Trinity offer tuition payment plans?
- What is the New Family Facility Fee?
We require new families to submit this one-time payment of $750 upon signing the Enrollment Agreement. Over the years, many families have built our school through their extraordinary investment of time and resources. When you join Trinity Christian School, you reap the benefits of sacrificial investments of those who have gone before you. The New Family Facility Fee is an expression of your commitment to sustain these investments.
- Does Trinity accept part-time students?
- Does Trinity accept international students?
- Does Trinity offer English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)?
- Does Trinity accommodate IEPs?
- Does Trinity accommodate students with learning disabilities?
We do not offer ESOL classes. If English is not the primary language spoken in the home, a student might be accepted on a provisional basis, until the child demonstrates successful achievement in the classroom. Families are strongly encouraged to immerse their children in the English language. Each applicant will be evaluated on an individual basis.
- Do we have to be Christians for our children to attend Trinity?
- Is an admission interview required?
- When and how are admission decisions communicated?
- What is provisional acceptance?
- How do we add our child's name to the wait pool?
TCS offers a rolling admission cycle. When the application and all supporting documents have been received, the student has been assessed, and interviews are completed, the admission committee reviews the file and renders a decision. Offers of acceptance and decline letters are sent via USPS mail. To preserve the integrity of the admission process it is School policy not to state reasons for a decline.
If a student’s school records or admission data indicate an academic or behavioral problem, Trinity may offer admission on a provisional basis, with conditions specified for continuing enrollment. The conditions of provisional acceptance are designed to help a student make up for weaknesses or gaps in previous learning, or to give the student an opportunity to demonstrate positive maturing and acceptable performance.
The provision is evaluated at the midpoint of the first semester and again at the end of the first semester. If a student has not made satisfactory progress, alternative plans will be addressed, including but not limited to the dismissal of the student from Trinity Christian School. Any special conditions for admission will be explained to parents carefully and provided in writing. We desire all children admitted to have maximum opportunity for success in our school program.
When an applicant successfully completes the application process for a particular grade and a seat is not available, the applicant will be given the option of remaining in a wait pool. Qualified students from the wait pool fill seats as they become available.
If a seat does not become available before the start of the school year, the wait pool remains active until the end of the first semester for mid-year entrance. At that time, a parent may choose to remove the child’s name from the wait pool or convert the child's admission status to the coming year’s applicant pool with priority status. Each applicant will then be asked to update information, retest at the current grade level, and provide a current report card and recent standardized test scores.