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Trinity Preparatory Academy

Contact Lauren Cannefax About This School:

Lauren.Cannefax@SalemDallas.com               (214) 561-2133

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Prep School, K or Pre-K, Elementary, Middle School, High School

Trinity Preparatory Academy

129 Pecan Street
Keller, Texas 76248

817-683-1453

Contact Us to Discuss Our Participating Schools:

Now Enrolling for The 2019-2020 School Year!

NOTE: Families that are already involved in the enrollment process with participating schools are ineligible to participate in this program.

Only the first child enrolled in the school by a family is eligible for the discount, and only in the first year of attendance. The schools make the final decision on eligibility.

Total Number of Vouchers Available:  1

 

Class Annual Tuition: Discounted Tuition:
Grades K-5 $3,600 $2,520
Grades 6-8 $3,750 $2,625
Grades 9-12 $4,000 $2,800

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READ: Terms of Agreement

Each tuition voucher is valid for the tuition cost for attendance at the specified school for the 2019-2020 Fall through Spring (not including Summer School). All other costs of attending the school, including books and supplies, uniforms, and fees to participate in sports or events, are not covered by the voucher and are the responsibility of the student and his or her parent or guardian. Only one voucher per school may be purchased or used by a household or family. Vouchers are not available for purchase if your family has already applied to the school, or if you already have a child attending the school. Each voucher may only be used by a new student not enrolled at the specified school previously.  Purchase of a voucher does not guarantee admittance for a student to the specified school, and the student must meet all school admission, attendance, and conduct requirements to enroll and attend throughout the school year. The voucher is not returnable or redeemable for cash, except if a school confirms to STATION that a prospective student with a voucher completed all application requirements, but was not admitted to the school, in which case upon request by the voucher purchaser STATION will refund the cost paid to STATION for the voucher.  The voucher purchaser should consult with his or her tax adviser concerning the tax treatment of payment of tuition using the voucher.

Now Enrolling for The 2019-2020 School Year!

  • All of our academic, relational and spiritual efforts are devoted to honoring Christ and equipping students with the knowledge, understanding, and wisdom to be effective ambassadors for Him on this earth. We honor Christ as the Son of God, and as our sole hope for redemption, for a restored relationship with God, and for life eternal.
  • Trinity Prep begins each day with Chapel, which includes devotionals presented by students or staff, guest speakers, and worship leaders. We start every day with prayer for open hearts and minds to receive God’s equipping, direction and wisdom for the teachers and staff to serve our students in His name.

Now Enrolling for The 2019-2020 School Year!

About Trinity Preparatory Academy 
Trinity Preparatory Academy is a 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable religious organization, operating as a

  • College-Style School®
  • K–through 12th grade students
  • Purposefully Christian in worldview and equipping
  • College-Style School – two class days per week in the Core Program
  • 12:1 Teacher-student ratio (max 15 students per class)
  • Founded in 2008 with 21 students; 225 students enrolled 2017-18
  • Diverse student population of varied gifts and abilities
  • Leadership and service training via Student Council
  • College-prep curricula and class content

Class of 2017 seniors were offered an average of $111,000 in college scholarships.

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Collaborative

In a College-Style School, parents aren’t just a support system; they are equal partners in educating their children, in sync with Trinity Prep. Our role as the school is to select and plan curricula for at-home and in-class use; to plan worthwhile class activities that complement at-home work; and to provide additional accountability for your child, including grades for their assignments. The parents’ role is to oversee at-home study by their children and provide necessary support to facilitate their children’s mastery of the content. In younger grades, that includes teaching lessons prepared by Trinity Prep teachers. In higher grades, the child develops an increasingly independent ability to study and acquire content at home. Classroom lessons and experiences are based upon, and reinforce, the student’s acquisition of content via at-home study.
As you can see, our model is utterly dependent upon effective partnership between parents and Trinity Prep teachers and staff. Communication systems are in place to sync home and school. Education occurs when a child has a mentor or mentors; a support system; and an opportunity to practice and implement what s/he has learned. Our College-Style School partnership provides all three.

Classical

A classical education is both broad (liberal arts) and deep, both creative and systematic, and evident in both content and pedagogy. Broad in its embrace of all academic disciplines, rather than early specialization in one area. Deep in its exploration of the who/what/where/when, for the ‘how’ and the ‘why.’ Creative in exploring academic content, but mindful to teach skill areas systematically.

We ask: what we can learn about ourselves and God in studying this content? We teach world history chronologically, because it is a story; an endlessly engaging story that informs our present circumstances, when well understood. We teach skill areas of math and reading fluency systematically, in time-honored methodology. We read excellent literature that complements our history studies, tells good stories, and models quality writing to our students.

In teaching approach, the classical model recognizes both the natural learning path of Knowledge—Understanding—Wisdom, and the developmental stages of the child’s brain. Young children are sponges for Knowledge, which lays the foundation for later learning. Preteens and early teens are developing the capacity for making connections between themselves and the world around them, gaining Understanding. Teens and adults are ready to receive God’s Wisdom, based upon a foundation of Knowledge and Understanding.

 

Questions? We're Here to Help!

Contact:

Lauren Cannefax
Our Private School Liaison

Telephone: 214-561-2133

Email: Lauren.Cannefax@SalemDallas.com