Trinity considers three areas when admitting students: spiritual, academic, and behavior.
Spiritual: It is required that a student and one of the parents have made a profession of faith in Christ. The student and parents should understand and affirm agreement with the Trinity Academy mission statement. The family must be actively involved and regularly attending a Bible-believing church.
Academic: The student must meet academic entrance requirements based on prior grades and standardized test scores. Admissions testing will be administered in the event that test scores are not available. Academic records must be sent to Trinity. Letters of reference are required.
Behavior: The student code of conduct requires discipline; respect for authority; neatness in physical appearance; courteous and appropriate speech; abstinence from tobacco, drugs, and alcohol; and engaging in leisure-time activities that are consistent with Christian character. Students who have had an out-of-school suspension or expulsion are not allowed to apply for admission to Trinity for one full year.