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Discover the FIVE easy steps to apply to TPS

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Step 1 -- Apply online

APPLY ONLINE

This process is user friendly and allows you to enter information at any time.   All you need to do is click on the online application link, establish a user name and password, and then complete the forms.  The non-refundable online application fee is $75.00.

Click here to Apply Online for the 2014-15 school year.

If you are not ready to apply, but wish to receive school information contact the admission office at 321-282-2515 or CLICK HERE to complete an online inquiry form.

 

Step 2 -- Schedule a test

SCHEDULE A TEST

Schedule an admission exam at  http://www.iseetest.org

All local applicants to grades 6-9 must take an ISEE entrance exam. 

PSAT and College SAT scores are acceptable for applicants to grades 10-11. 
Trinity Prep's test site and reports to schools code for the ISEE test is 101898. 

Out of area applicants may choose to take the SSAT.  Register at http://www.ssat.org
Trinity Prep's test reports code for the SSAT is 7756.

Recommended testing dates offered at TPS:

7th grade and ALL Malone Scholarship applicants
     November 16 or December 7, 2013

6th and 8th grade applicants
     
November 16, December 7, January 11

Upper School applicants should test test no later than February 1, 2014

You may test at any other sites and dates offered in the Orlando area.  Check the ISEE website for information.

Step 3 -- Submit recommendations

SUBMIT RECOMMENDATIONS

Send the link below to each of your student's current teachers to complete a recommendation online. The teacher will receive a verification of receipt response from Trinity Prep.

Recommendations are required from a CURRENT English and math teacher and a principal, guidance counselor, or headmaster and should be submitted after the first nine-week grading period.

world language recommendation is required only if a student is taking a full-time, level-one or higher foreign language course.

Extracuricular recommendation forms are also provided and are optional.

Recommendation page: www.trinityprep.org/rec

Step 4 -- Records release

PERMISSION FOR RELEASE OF RECORDS

Complete and sign the Transcript Release form and send it to your student's current school after the first 9 week grading period.

Step 5 -- Schedule an interview

SCHEDULE A STUDENT / PARENT INTERVIEW

A student/parent interview is required for all local families who make application to the school and must be completed by the application deadline. Out-of-the-area applicants may be asked to make an appointment for a Sykpe or telephone interview.

Once you have completed the online application, please call the Admission Office to set up your Student/Parent interview. 321-282-2515.


 



 

Apply for tuition assistance (optional)

APPLY FOR TUITION ASSISTANCE

Families interested in applying for financial aid should do so simultaneously with the school application process.  See the Tuition, Fees, Financial Aid page for more information.


Deadlines to complete the five-step process to apply for the 2014-2015 school year 

      Grade 7 applicants--December 12, 2013

      Grade 6 and 8 and Malone applicants--January 17, 2014

      Grade 9-11 applicant--February 7

Trinity Prep will continue to accept applications for admission after all deadlines and place accepted students in a waitpool pending any new openings. 

What is the ISEE?

The Independent School Entrance Exam measures some of the skills your child has acquired during his or her school years and helps the Admission Committee determine which applicants would be likely to succeed in Trinity Prep's academic enviroment. The test covers math skills, vocabulary, and reading comprehension and includes a writing component. Formal test preparation is not necessary.

Test Score Results

The resulting scores on the ISEE test will not match other national standardized test scores. ISEE test scores will generally be lower than scores on tests like the IOWA, Stanford Achievement Test, etc.  If you have questions or concerns about your child's scores, please contact the Admission Office. A student cannot fail the test, but the ISEE is generally a very good tool in predicting a student's ability to be successful at Trinity Prep.  The admission test is only one consideration for admission, and the committee evaluates all aspects of the applicant's folder.   

 

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