Extracurricular Opportunities

History/English Program

  • Graduating classes produced 16 National Merit Finalists and 41 National Merit 
    Commended Students in the last seven years.
  • Recent graduates have been accepted at Babson, Carnegie Mellon, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Davidson, Duke, Georgetown, NYU, Northwestern, Princeton, Rice, Savannah College of Art and Design, UCLA, University of Chicago, University of Virginia, USC, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Washington University at St. Louis, and Yale.
  • Upper School students score more than 400 points above the Texas average on the SAT and more than 8 points above the Texas and national averages on the ACT.
  • Of the 119 graduates in the Class of 2018, 44 received some level of AP Scholar recognition, including 8 AP Scholars with Honor and 5 AP Scholars with Distinction.
  • In the past eight years, 57 graduates have gone on to compete in varsity sports at the collegiate level in 10 different sports and most at the NCAA Division 1 level.
  • TCA’s Performing Arts Department received 8 nominations in the Schmidt & Jones Awards for excellence in high school musical theater this year.
  • Sixteen graduates were appointed to United States military academies in the last 14 years.
  • The 119 graduates in the Class of 2018 were offered over $7.8 million in scholarships.
  • TCA is consistently the most decorated visual arts program of area public and private schools by the Texas Visual Arts Association.
  • TCA athletic teams have won over 70 state championships.
  • Children of alumni make up approximately 10% of the student body.
  • The Performing Arts Department hosts vocal and instrumental concerts year-round, multiple drama performances and a major musical production each year in the Upper School. Students compete through the Texas Private School Music Educators Association and the Schmidt & Jones Awards.
  • TCA has hosted many nationally recognized speakers, including George W. Bush, Eric Metaxas, Tim Tebow and John Townsend, and many top musicians, including Michael W. Smith and Chris Tomlin.

There's More at TCA

TCA is more than a private, Christian school. It’s more than an education. More than teachers. More than students. More than football games, chapel and visual and performing arts.
TCA is more than a way of life.
It’s a way to life.
By providing the path to obtain the academic and spiritual tools they need, our students are free to grow and become successful members of society, as well as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ. Education and faith work in concert, as a means towards a larger goal. It is the integration of a Christian worldview into a strong and rigorous curriculum that drives our faculty to focus not only on what our students learn, but also who they become.
We guide our faculty, our students and their parents towards an experience and an atmosphere that promotes love, compassion and support through a unique sense of family and community. This bond that exists among current students, faculty and families, as well as our alumni, is a large part of the foundation upon which TCA sits.
We believe educating and developing the whole person for the glory of God is a journey. Filled with many twists, turns and stops along the way, the road to academic and spiritual growth is a long and challenging one. But we believe it is our responsibility to inspire a love of learning and to equip our students to pursue truth and discover the path that God has planned for them. 
Trinity Christian Academy is a private coeducational school for grades PreK–12 which offers Christian families and their children a demanding, college preparatory curriculum within a Christian community committed to integrating Biblical faith and learning.