Enrollment requires the submission of an application, registration fee, two previous years report cards and achievement tests (if possible). All applications are considered on an individual basis and if spaces are available, TCS will proceed in processing paperwork. The areas reviewed for admission include conduct, effort, academics, and achievement test scores.
Enrollment is open to students who can properly be educated within the framework of our existing programs and procedures. Enrollment is not open to students with communicable, notable and other known diseases that may represent a health hazard. This is determined at the sole judgment of the School Board and Administration.
Current complete state of Florida health forms (Florida Certification of Immunization and School Entry Health Exam) certifying immunization for the prevention of those communicable diseases listed by state law are required from an applicant’s Physician and must be in the student’s school file prior to the student’s first day at Trinity Christian School.
Elementary and preschool annual tuition is payable as follows:
10 payments due the first of each month from July through May with the exception of the month of January.
After the tenth of the month, a late fee of twenty dollars per child will be due with your tuition or extended care payment.
For students who enroll after the start of the school year, the tuition will be prorated and the full registration fee is due with the application form.
New Elementary & Middle School Students
All students applying for enrollment will follow the admissions procedures as outlined below:
Academic assessment by means of an approved standardized test and other screening instruments as may be deemed necessary. A fee of $35.00 is required to be paid at the time of testing to the testing administrator.
Evaluation of previous academic and personal records.
Parent and child interview with the Administration or designated representative if required.
Submit a complete application with registration fee.
When testing or previous school performance indicates a child may deviate from the normal academic performance levels of the school, a student may be required to participate in the appropriate grade level class for a day. The Administration shall make a final decision regarding the applicant.
New Preschool Students
Students may only be registered for classes corresponding to their age as of September 1 of the school year for which they are registering (i.e. must be 3 years old by September 1 for the 3-year-old preschool program).
All three-year-old students and older must be fully toilet trained (no Pull-Ups or diapers). Excessive accidents will be dealt with appropriately by the Administration.