We appreciate your interest in Trinity Christian Academy, where classes are offered for PreK through grade 12. Trinity Christian Academy is a private, classical Christian school operating as a ministry of Tates Creek Presbyterian Church. Established in 1988, Trinity currently enrolls over 410 students in PreK through High School. Trinity is a member of the The Society for Classical Learning. As such, in addition to a solidly Christian education, we are committed to following a method of teaching characterized by a curriculum that is integrated across subject areas and tailored to the developmental stage of the child, with Latin instruction in the elementary years, formal logic in middle school, and rhetoric in the high school years. The overall curriculum is rigorous, with an emphasis on mastery of the written and spoken word. Our high school curriculum follows the historic liberal arts tradition.

Our gifted teachers and staff consider it a blessing to work with you to raise up godly children who will make an impact for Christ in the home, church, and society. Trinity is academically excellent, well-balanced, and holds the Bible as the foundation of truth. We work to instill in our students a love of learning and a desire to serve the Lord in all areas of life.

Trinity Christian Academy’s low student-teacher ratio allows us to provide individualized instruction, which enables us to build in each child a healthy image of himself as a capable and intentional student.

If you believe God is leading you to Trinity Christian Academy, where your child will be taught from a Christian world and life view, we welcome you to apply.

Please contact us to schedule a tour or a shadowing day for your child.

Trinity Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or age in the hiring of faculty or administrative staff and in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, and other school-administered programs.