Trinity Christian High School offers a quality Christian education with many outstanding curricular and extra-curricular programs for your student to enjoy. We recognize that it takes a tremendous financial sacrifice to pay for tuition at a private school. To assist families to finance our tuition and fees, the TCHS Board offers a variety of payment plans and is committed to offering a portion of our operating income each year as scholarships to families who demonstrate need.
To make the fairest and most equitable estimates of a family’s ability to pay tuition, we utilize the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment, which analyzes individual financial statements and recommends an amount that each family can afford to spend on a child’s education.
If you are interested in applying for assistance, we ask you to complete an application which can be found on-line at https://online.factsmgt.com/aid. For live conversation and assistance you may also use the Live Chat feature or call toll-free at 1-866-315-9262. The Parent Call Center is open 5:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 5:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday. Spanish assistance is available. Applications are accepted only until March 15th. Once on-line, review the instructions and be sure you have all items on the Grant and Aid Checklist at hand. Follow the on-line instructions, pay the $30.00 non-refundable application fee and prepare your documents to be uploaded, faxed or mailed.
You must submit your application to Facts Grant and Aid Assessment no later than March 15th to be considered for aid for the following school year. Promptness in meeting deadlines is essential. Requests received after these dates will be considered only if funds are still available. You will be notified by e-mail when your application has been received.
Awards will be determined by the School Board and you will be notified by April 15th (by mail) if you have received an award. All awards must be accepted by May 1st.
Students who receive financial assistance must maintain a “C” or better average in each of their academic classes, and have no failing grades in EACH grading period (Quarter 1, Semester 1, Quarter 3 and Semester 2.) Failure to do so may result in a revocation of the student’s financial assistance and render them ineligible to receive future assistance.