An Inclusive Christian Community

Within our calling of “educating and developing the whole person for the glory of God” is the mandate not only to respect diversity, but to reflect it, as well. Christ intends us to be a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-national body of believers. We are committed to establishing a diverse community of believers who are united in their devotion to Jesus Christ, in their obedience to His Word and in their willingness to serve one another.


Trinity Christian Academy admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, athletic programs or other school-administered programs.

“You are all one in Christ Jesus”—Galatians 3:28




“How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity.”

Psalm 133:1



Live it out

Be yourself

Learn and Appreciate

the uniqueness of every person

Experience Community

Worship and serve together

Diverse voices

Students hear from chapel speakers who strengthen their faith, challenge their ideas and encourage them to look beyond their immediate world.

House families

Middle School house families allow for small group discussions, activities and service for students in grades 5-8 with faculty and administrators.

L.I.F.E. Club

Learn, Inform, Fellowship, Equip – Students meet to become better informed on the important issues of our diverse community, maintaining and developing relationships and to be empowered to engage in our communities to create change for the glory of God.

Student well-being

Social and emotional counselors facilitate programs and speakers to address topics such as kindness and bullying.

Culture of service

Students particiapte in grade-level service projects.

Experiencing history

Students in fourth grade visit the State Capitol in Austin while eighth-graders visit the Holocaust Museum.

Faculty testimonials

Faculty members share their faith journeys and experiences with students


Students have opportunities to travel with the Africa Trip, Israel Trip and Europe Trip.


Moms Praying and Coming Together: TCA moms gather regularly to pray, fellowship and foster community.


Students get involved across grade levels with programs such as Pen pals, adopted athletes, Bible studies, counselors and DIGs.

Faculty growth

Faculty members read and discuss books and articles for continued learning and growth.