Lower School Clubs and Activities

List of 9 items.

  • Carpool Greeters

    Fourth-grade students assist teachers with with afternoon carpool by greeting Lower School students and opening car doors.
  • Chapel Volunteers

    Volunteer students in grades K-4 assist with the chapel program by reading scripture, praying, leading games and activities and acting out Bible stories.
  • Chess Club

    Students in grades 3-4 meet weekly after school to learn and play chess.
  • CraniaLogix

    CraniaLogix is an enrichment after-school program for students in grades 1-4 that helps students develop their critical thinking skills through games and activities.
  • Cub Scouts/Girl Scouts

    Parents organize and sponsor troops for TCA students.
  • KTCA Broadcast

    Fourth-grade students produce the KTCA broadcast of morning announcements each day. Students write scripts, speak in front of the camera, run camera and sound, and participate in the morning devotional in a live broadcast that is aired in all 25 Lower School classrooms.
  • Lower School Sports Teams

    Parents organize and coach grade-level teams for various sports during the year.
  • Third-Grade Pen Pals

    Third-grade students are matched with kindergarteners to read and play games together.
  • Worship Team

    Fourth-grade students lead Lower School students and teachers in weekly worship time durning Chapel.

Middle School Clubs and Activities

List of 11 items.

  • Creative Writing Club

    Middle School students meet to read, discuss and create different genres of writing and publish their works to an online student site. Contact Justin McGee.
  • House Family Leaders

    Each eighth-grader is considered a leader of a family house unit.
  • House Hype Squad

    Eighth-grade students lead pep rallies and bring excitement and fun to house competitions.
  • House Worship Leaders

    Students lead worship for their respective houses.
  • Middle School STEAM Club

    Students meet to discuss and explore projects and activities related to science, technology, engineering, art and math. Contact Holly Hatton.
  • Sky Ranch Week

    Sixth-grade students spend a week at Sky Ranch doing service projects and class-bonding activities.
  • Student Ambassadors

    Eighth-grade students greet prospective parents and students and answer questions at admission preview events.
  • Student Council

    Students gather weekly to learn about and discuss biblical leadership. Contact Dennis Saffold.
  • Washington, D.C. Trip

    Students in grades 7-8 have the opportunity to take a summer trip to Washington, D.C.
  • Wilderness Trip

    Eighth-grade students spend a week in the wilderness along the Buffalo River in Arkansas. Led by Upper School counselors and faculty, students hike, rappel, canoe and conduct service projects.
  • Worship Team

    Students in grades 7-8 lead worship vocals and music during weekly chapels. Contact Sharla Davidson.

Upper School Clubs and Activities

Academic & Intellectual

List of 12 items.

Mentoring & Spiritual

List of 11 items.

  • Best Buddies

    Best Buddies is an organization that aims to create friendships and opportunities for students from TCA to become peer-buddies with students with intellectual disabilities from the Vanguard School. Contact Matt Lambro.
  • Camp David

    Upper School students, fathers and faculty meet weekly for Bible study and discussions where men equip men to grow emotionally and spiritually. Contact Bob Dyer.
  • DIGs – Disciples in Growth

    Select juniors and seniors meet twice a month in small group settings to mentor and encourage freshman students. Contact Matt Lambro.
  • Girls Bible Studies

    Grade-level Bible studies for Upper School girls are led by Upper School female teachers.
  • Middle School Bible Study Leaders

    Upper school students lead weekly Bible studies and mentoring sessions for Middle School students. Contact Hank Harmon.
  • Prayer Group

    Upper School students gather weekly to pray for one another and for the school. Contact Hank Harmon.
  • Senior Girls Mentoring

    Senior girls are adopted by female faculty and meet regularly one-on-one throughout the year. Contact Diane Harmon.
  • Sky Ranch Counselors

    Select juniors and seniors serve as camp counselors for sixth-grader mission trip to Sky Ranch during the last week of school. Contact Jenny Liu.
  • The Bridge

    Juniors plan an annual spring event for next freshman class to bridge the gap from Middle to Upper School. Contact Matt Lambro.
  • Wilderness Counselors

    Select juniors and seniors serve as leaders and counselors for the eighth-grade Wilderness Trip on the Buffalo River in Arkansas during the last week of school. Contact Hank Harmon.
  • Worship Team

    Upper School students plan and leading worship during weekly chapel services. Contact Kristi Robison.

Service & Support

List of 9 items.

  • Annual Drives

    Students lead various school-wide donation drives throughout the year for school supplies, clothing and food. Contact Bob Dyer.
  • Honor Council

    Students are elected by their peers to protect and uphold the student code of conduct and review certain disciplinary infractions. Contact Janie Heard.
  • Interact Club

    Upper School students connect with alumni and local professionals to learn about various professions and career paths. Contact Caryn Thexton.
  • Library Aides

    Select students assist with library duties and help run the library after school each day. Contact Haley Moore.
  • Student Ambassadors

    Upper School students assist the Office of Admission by serving as tour guides for prospective families. Contact Pam Huggins.
  • Student Council

    Students are elected by their peers to lead and organize various campus activities throughout the year. Contact Courtney Bryson.
  • Tech Stop Interns

    Select students run Tech Stop, the technology help desk for Upper School students and teachers, and assess and repair technology devices. Contact Charla Thomas.
  • Tech Team

    A team of select students run sound, lighting, setup and screens for performing arts productions, chapels and all events in the Performing Arts Center. Contact Kendall Ellis.
  • Trojan Crew

    Select senior male students bring an element of fun and energy to the TCA community by leading pep rally activities and encouraging crowds at athletic events. Contact Bob Dyer.

Travel Opportunities

List of 4 items.

  • Africa Trip

    This summer mission trip offers students the opportunity to serve orphanages in Africa. Contact Jon Millet.
  • Europe Trip

    Students have the opportunity to travel and learn about various cultures and cities in Europe, visiting different parts of Europe each year during Spring Break. Contact Zoe Ellen Azzi.
  • Israel Trip

    Students have the opportunity to travel and experience the Holy Lands each year during Spring Break. Contact Hank Harmon.
  • Scuba Trip

    This summer trip takes students to the Cayman Islands to scuba dive, experience nature and learn about marine life. Contact Steve Megison.
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.