What grades are offered at Trinity?
Trinity offers grades Kindergarten through 12th.
What are the school hours?
Elementary: 8:15 a.m. – 2:55 p.m.
Jr./Sr. High: 8:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
What can I expect at Trinity that is different from other private schools?
- A classical Christian education (See “What is Classical Education?”)
- Education with a Christ-centered world and life view
- Teachers and staff highly committed to students’ life, spiritually, emotionally and physically
- A partnership with your family in raising up students as ambassadors for the Lord’s Kingdom
- An emphasis on ministry and service in the community at every grade level
For more info, visit Why Choose Trinity?
Is Trinity affordable? Are there scholarships?
Trinity has one of the lowest tuitions of Christian schools in Arizona. For those who need assistance, scholarships and tuition-assistance programs are available to most students. (See “Tuition and Financial Aid”)
We provide classes and one-on-one meetings to help our families afford Trinity’s education. For the past few years, over 70% of our families have received some type of scholarship, and the average scholarship award is around $2000.
Are uniforms required?
Our students do adhere to a uniform code which defines style and color of clothing. There are some choices within the code, and details can be provided by asking for a copy of our uniform policy at our office.
Do you give AIMS Tests? What are your test scores?
As a private school we are not required to administer AIMS. However, each spring students in grades K-8 take a national standardized test (Stanford 10 or Terra Nova). High school students are encouraged and prepped for the SAT. In recent years, our students have scored well above the national average in math (74th percentile) and reading (72nd percentile). The national average is the 50th percentile.
How successful are Trinity graduates in higher education?
Our graduates are thriving academically and spiritually in major public and private universities and colleges across the nation. Biola, Purdue, Arizona State, Judson, Northwest College, NAU, Azusa Pacific, Hawaii Pacific, and Life Pacific Bible College are just a few of the colleges that have welcomed our graduates.
What denomination is your school?
We are non-denominational, not affiliated with any particular church or sponsoring organization. Over 30 church groups are represented on campus. As a faith-based school, we have a Statement of Faith that at least one parent in each family must be able to sign upon enrollment of their child.
What associations do you belong to?
Since our founding in 2003, we have been members of both the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS) and the Association of Christian Schools, International (ACSI).
Are you accredited?
In July, 2011, we were fully accredited by ACSI, an international organization that holds its members to rigorous academic standards.
What can students expect at Trinity?
- An opportunity to discover talents in music, art and drama
- Student leadership and mentorship of younger students
- Smaller classes resulting in richer relationships between students and teachers
- Close and personal relationships among peers
- Becoming prepared with the tools for life-time learning as well as being prepared for standardized tests
Do you provide transportation?
Due to state law we are not able to offer transportation at this time.