Trinity Christian Academy (TCA) ministers to students, while providing them an excellent education for world change. We are committed to education that is based on the principles of God's Word. In this way, we can train, prepare, and equip young people to make a difference in their world.
Trinity Christian Academy was established in 1991 as a ministry of Trinity Church International (TCI). Since its inception as a Preschool, TCA has continued to prosper and developed into a fully accredited, full-service college preparatory academy, providing students in grades Pre-K through 12, an excellent education for world change.
From the moment the Lord placed the vision for a Christian Academy on the heart of our Founding Pastor Tom Peters, Trinity Church International and Trinity Christian Academy have remained committed to providing students an education based on the principles of God’s Word.
TCA is a Pre-Kindergarten 3 – 12th grade Christian school which is fully accredited by the Florida League of Christian Schools (FLOCS), AdvancEd and the Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS). TCA is also a participating member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Christian Schools of Palm Beach County (CSPBC).
Welcome to Trinity Christian Academy (TCA). TCA offers a tradition of more than thirty years of providing a truly distinctive Christ-centered education that challenges students to grow both intellectually and spiritually. At TCA, we desire to partner with parents to educate students who will serve God and impact the world through biblical thought and action.
TCA is blessed with an amazing staff which pours Christ’s love into each of our students, as well as their families and each other. Our staff count it a privilege to partner with families in the education of their children. It is the desire and mission of TCA to impact the lives of our students with a “Strong Education for World Change”. We want our students to grow as Christians and to go out and impact this world for Jesus Christ.
TCA is a place where children and parents alike, can feel safe, loved and confident in the educational experience they will receive.
On behalf of everyone here at Trinity Christian Academy, I want to personally thank you for choosing TCA. If you have not toured the campus, I urge you to visit TCA and tour our campus. Please call our Admissions Office at (561) 967-1900 for information.
Joseph E. Sanelli
Head of School
Trinity Christian Academy has established the following plans for re-opening our classrooms August 2020.
Over the past several months, the TCA School Board and Administration have been closely and carefully monitoring the situation, and prayerfully making changes and adjustments to our policies and procedures, as we anticipate reopening our campus this fall.
Our first day of school for the 2020/2021 school year will be August 10, 2020. TCA will be offering on-campus, full-day classroom instruction for all students PreK3-12, as well as providing an option for families who feel they need to keep their children at home to start the school year, we are calling this option, “Homebound Instruction”.
We believe the decisions we have made will allow us to continue to minister to students while providing them an excellent education for world change. TCA remains committed to education that is based on the principles of God’s Word. In this way, we can train, prepare, and equip young people to make a difference in their world. In addition, the leadership of TCA remains committed and vigilant to providing safety and security to everyone who enters our campus.
TCA Plans for Openings in the Fall:
Details of Plan Include:
This is not a "complete or "final" list. There are many items still being implemented and discussed. A more comprehensive list will be provided during a TCA Town Hall Meeting on Monday, July 27th at 7:00 pm.
What is “Homebound Instruction”?
For families who need their children to remain at home to start the school year, TCA will be providing a “homebound instruction” option to start the school year. Students on homebound instruction will have access to the same high quality, excellent, Christ-centered education as students who attend on campus.
Classes will be offered to students through both live and recorded sessions. Classes will be offered using Google Classroom. Families who need to select this option will need to submit a letter to TCA indicating their need for this option.
Additional documentation will be providing to each family regarding homebound instruction details and specifics.
What if a Student Becomes Sick?
Once school has begun, all students and staff with a body temperature above 100 degrees must stay home. Those with virus symptoms, or suspected with coronavirus infection, must be tested, and receive a test result of “negative” before being allowed to return to campus.
TCA must receive a doctor’s note that verifies that at least 72 hours have passed since recovery or at least 14 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.
Should a TCA student or staff member test positive for the Covid-19 virus, parents, whose child attends classes with that staff member or student, will be notified immediately, (all confidentiality guidelines and policies will remain enforced).
Parents will have the option to either have their child tested for the virus or have their child placed on “homebound instruction” for 14 days. Once TCA is presented in proof of a “negative” test, or the passing of 14 days, the student will be eligible for return to campus.
It is our prayer, that this information, will help to provide some “peace of mind” to our TCA families regarding sending their children back to campus in the fall.
Should you have any specific questions regarding the items covered in the statement or others, please feel free to contact my office directly. You can reach either my assistant Jayne Barnhill or myself by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or you can contact the school office.
Joseph E. Sanelli
Head of School