February 2017 News

Priority Reenrollment Through February 28

Don’t Lose Your Spot!
With a record number of applications coming in, it’s more important than ever to reenroll by February 28. On March 1, we begin filling any open spots with new applicants. Take advantage of our Priority Reenrollment period and secure your spot now! 

To reenroll, follow the link in the email you received on January 20 with the title beginning, “Trinity Christian Academy Fall 2017 – Spring 2018.”

Have Another Child Ready for Trinity?
Siblings of current Trinity students have admissions priority, but only if their applications are submitted before a class is full. To put in an application, log in to your TADS account and select the Admissions tab, or click here and log into your current account when prompted.

If you have questions, please contact Tory Tanaka in Admissions: 271-0079 x222 or ttanaka@trinitylex.org.

Congrats to Science Fair Winners!

Several of our students participated in the Fayette County Science Fair. Abigail Gay placed 1st in 8th grade Animal Sciences; Lyndsay Tanaka placed 2nd in 7th grade Animal Sciences! (Abigail and Lyndsay are pictured below.)

Congratulations to all of our participants: Hannah Broughton, Zachary Feller, Jacob Leach, Sydney Miller, Abigail Stafford, Lauren Thomas, and Laura Wallis.




February Open House Opportunities

We want to unlock your child’s potential through our unique program that fosters a life-long love of learning. Our small class sizes and rich curriculum help your children achieve great things while enjoying a caring, nurturing environment with a focus on biblical truths.

Open House at Lower School Campus (PreK-12th grade)

  • 7:00 p.m., Thursday, February 23
  • 9:00 a.m., Friday, February 24

To learn more, call 859-271-0079.

“Restoration Project” Conference

Trinity’s sponsoring church, Tates Creek Presbyterian Church, is hosting a great conference during the week of February 15-19 that ties in well with our vision. The theme for this year’s Good of the Bluegrass conference is “Restoration Project – Renewing Our Broken World By Recapturing God’s Perfect Plan.”
Dr. Stephen Um will be here to teach on this topic during all the main sessions. On Saturday of the conference there will be several breakout seminars. Here is the list of seminars:
  • Restoring Vocation — 2:00pm
  • Restoring Education — 2:00pm
  • Restoring Politics — 3:00pm
  • Restoring Arts/Music — 3:00pm
  • Practical Restoration — 4:00pm

Find more information and registration details here.

Annual Father Daughter Dance

Trinity’s Father Daughter Dance is a great way for dads and daughters to enjoy a special evening together. All Trinity girls and their dads (or special man in your daughter‘s life) are invited – there is no age limit.

The dance is from 6:30-9 pm, Saturday, February 11, at the Lower School. Dress is church attire, and light refreshments will be served.

Tickets are $8 each; $10 at the door.  Click here to order tickets.

Parent-Board Fellowship: February 7

Join us at our next Parent-Board Fellowship for a “State of the School” report, a celebration of successes and a look at areas where we can refine and enhance our programs.

Board members will share details about enrollment, development, academics, student testing results, finances, and school culture. We have a lot of positive news to share, and there are always ways to get even better as a school community.

The Parent-Board Fellowship is at 7 pm, Tuesday, February 7, at the Lower School Campus.