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Though our early and general admission deadlines have passed and spaces are filling, our 2019-2020 application is not closed and we look forward to receiving your student's application.  A completed application consists of the 5 steps listed below. The application will be reviewed by the Admission Committee and a decision will be provided in 2 - 4 weeks. Applications for Tuition Assistance are optional but should be on file by February 22, 2019 (see Step 6).

Steps to Apply

Step 1: Submit an Application

An application is the first step in the admission process. You will create a log-in account so that you may track the progress of the following steps listed below. We look forward to getting to know you and your family!

Step 2: Schedule a Standardized Admission Test

All applicants must submit ISEE testing results in order to complete their admission application. Applicants do not have to test at Trinity Prep. Please register through the ISEE website and list Trinity Prep as a score recipient. Trinity Prep's school code is 101898.

Trinity Prep is offering the ISEE the morning of Saturday, June 8, with a 7:30 a.m. registration start.

Students who have completed the SAT, PSAT, or ACT within the past six months may submit these results in lieu of ISEE testing.

Test Results must be received by Trinity Prep in order to complete the Standardized Testing Requirement.

Step 3: Submit Three Recommendations

All applicants must request three recommendations, one each from their current teachers in math and English and one from a school administrator (i.e. principal, school guidance counselor, or dean of students). Please use the links provided to email requests directly to the teachers and administrator. Completed recommendations will be submitted directly back to our office, as they are confidential. We recommend you submit requests as soon as possible to allow sufficient time for completion.

We welcome extracurricular recommendations, but they are not required. World Language recommendations should be submitted when a student is enrolled in or has completed a full academic year of language instruction. 

Principal/Head of School/Counselor 
World Language  

Step 4: Authorize Release of Records

Complete and sign the transcript release form and send it to your student's current school after the first nine-week grading period. Trinity Prep requires the two prior years' academic records in addition to the current year.

Step 5: Schedule Your Student's Interview

A student interview is required for all families who submit an application to Trinity Prep. If your student participates in one of our Shadow Days, the student interview is included in that day. For all others who need to arrange an interview, they are typically scheduled Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during mornings and mid-afternoons. Please call the Admission office at 321-282-2515. We look forward to meeting with you!

Step 6: Apply for Financial Assistance (optional)

Families may apply for tuition assistance through beginning October of 2018.

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We are committed to making your school experience enriching and rewarding, and we couldn’t be happier that you are considering us.

We hope that you've learned more about Trinity Prep, and we want to learn more about you! Tell us what you love to do, why you want to be a Trinity Prep Saint, and what your goals are. Please call 321-282-2515 with questions or complete this online inquiry.





Trinity Prep embodies everything that defines a family: supportive, loving, caring, encouraging. I am so thankful to be part of this community."Rylan Smith, guidance counselor


If your child has completed their application and gone through our committee review process and should you wish to discuss your child's Admission decision, please call 321-282-2515. A meeting will be arranged with the Director of Admission in the spring of 2019. 

Student Nondiscrimination Policy

The School admits students regardless of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation/gender identity, or disability who possess the qualifications, motivation, ability, and character which would enable them to succeed in our School community to the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation/gender identity, or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. The School will provide accommodations to students with disabilities to the extent that such accommodation does not create an undue hardship or fundamentally alter the nature of the School’s programs.