Financial Aid

Financial Aid Application Process

  Required for


Financial aid application

All financial aid applicants

FACTS website

Tax documents

All financial aid applicants

Upload required tax documents into the online STA application. See the How to Apply for Student Tuition Aid document on this webpage for further instructions.

Student questionnaire

All financial aid applicants

For applicants entering grades preK-4, click here. 

For applicants entering grades 5-12, click here.

Send the completed questionnaire for each student applying for STA to:

Attention: Business Office
Trinity Christian Academy, 17001 Addison Road, Addison, Texas 75001

Dual household form

All financial aid applicants in case of a divorce

Submit to TCA Business Office by mail to:

Attention: Business Office
Trinity Christian Academy, 17001 Addison Road, Addison, Texas 75001

TCA awards over $1.4 million of need-based aid each year.

The average award is over $10,000.

Over 75% of applicants receive some level of assistance.


The TCA student tuition aid (STA) program is a needs-based program designed to help families with various levels of need. This year, TCA awarded approximately $1.4 million in student tuition aid. The STA program does not provide full scholarships, as it is healthy for each family to invest in their child’s education. However, the STA program does provide significant scholarships for families with a high level of need.To be considered for Student Tuition Aid, a student must be accepted for admission or currently enrolled at TCA.


In considering STA applications, the STA committee strives to obtain the financial “big picture” for each family. As a result, all assets, liabilities, income and discretionary spending is considered to determine the financial need for each applicant. Student Tuition Aid is awarded based upon financial need in accordance with TCA's policies/practices and the amount of available funds. However, poor academic performance or citizenship could be a sufficient reason for not granting tuition aid. STA applicants must provide extensive information on their financial position and spending, including but not limited to:

  • 2020 federal income tax return and related schedules, and Form W-2’s
  • Income for 2020 and projected income for 2021
  • Bank account balances
  • Retirement/401K/IRA balances
  • Home market value and mortgage balance
  • Vehicles make and model and related debt/lease payments
  • Credit card and other debt amounts
  • Amounts spent on discretionary items (e.g. summer camps, sports/music lessons, vacations, country clubs, etc.)

If you have questions on the STA guidelines and/or wish to discuss your financial numbers prior to beginning your STA application, please contact Brian Rodriguez, Chief Financial Officer.