Grades 1-12 Admission Process

Applicants to Trinity are determined by academic screening, psychological evaluation, standardized achievement test results and grade point averages, as well as completed teacher recommendation forms. Students must have current standardized achievement test scores at or above the 50 percentile with a minimum of an A/B grade point average (2.75 GPA minimum for grades 6-12). Trinity requires and expects exemplary behavior from its students; therefore, only students with respectable behavioral records will be considered for admission.

1. Parent/Student Tour – Contact the Admission Office to schedule a tour of the school. These can be scheduled by contacting Jenny McClinton, Director of Admission, at  (334) 213-2213 or jmcclinton@trinitywildcats.com.

2. Application The Trinity application must be completed online. An application fee of $50 will be required to complete the application.

3. Transcript and Attendance Records – In order for an applicant to be considered for admission, an unofficial transcript must be submitted.  In addition to these grades, an updated attendance record must also be submitted.

4. Standardized Test Results – Results from an approved standardized test must be submitted. If current standardized test scores are not available, please contact the Admission Office for more information.  

5. Recommendation Forms – Confidential recommendation forms and envelopes will be provided for distribution to the applicant’s current principal and current academic teacher (an additional current teacher for students applying for grades 4-5 and a current math teacher for grades 6-12 is required). These forms will be mailed to you after the application has been received. These forms should be completed and mailed directly to the Admission Office by the professional completing the form as soon as possible.

6. Admission Assessment (Grades 1-12) – All applicants must take an entrance exam. Parents should register for assessment 2 weeks prior.  See below for assessment dates by grade level. A testing fee will be required.

7. Parent/Student Interview (Grades 6-12) – Parents will be contacted by the Admission Office to schedule an interview after the completed application, transcript, standardized test results, and completed recommendations forms have been received.

Admission Assessments for Grades 1-12

Trinity believes it can best provide the highest quality college education to students who demonstrate average to above average academic potential coupled with exemplary behavior. The admission committee evaluates each applicant on the basis of academic record, standardized test scores, a personal interview, teacher/ principal recommendation letters and admissions assessment. Below is an outline of the admission assessments per grade level: