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, standardized test scores, and admissions testing. 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.