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Indexed Tuition Program

Trinity School of Texas is an early childhood through 12th grade college preparatory program that successfully prepares students for college and beyond in a joyful, spiritual environment.  Graduates of Trinity School of Texas will attain academic excellence, embrace diversity, demonstrate intellectual curiosity, appreciate the arts, value physical well-being, serve their community and exemplify Christian living.

From this mission, we consider tuition dollars as an investment.  The School invests heavily
in buildings, learning materials, programs and highly qualified faculty because we recognize and highly value the investment that tuition represents to each child.  Our graduates enjoy acceptance at a broad range of top rated universities, earning high amounts of scholarships.  The graduating class of 2021 averaged over $200,000 in scholarships per student.  From this perspective, tuition dollars at Trinity represent an investment that yields real benefits, and we feel that the true benefits extend well beyond scholarship dollars as represented in the educational experience.  Small class sizes, hands-on learning, committed, caring faculty and spiritual development are the real returns on investment. 

 

As part of the mission of Trinity School of Texas, the School desires to be accessible to as many families in the community as possible.  For that reason, no family at Trinity pays the full cost of education.  TST relies on gifts and fundraising each year to fully fund the operations of the
school.  We recognize that for some families, even this discounted tuition rate may present a burden, despite the desire to invest in the Trinity experience.  This is why Trinity offers Indexed Tuition. 

Director of Admissions

Cissy Abernathy 903-753-0612 X236
cabernathy@trinityschooloftexas.com

How Indexed Tuition Works

The tuition at Trinity School of Texas is as follows:

Early Childhood                    $5,772

PreK                                        $8,211

K-6th grade                             $11,463

7th grade – 12th grade           $12,665

Once accepted at Trinity, parents can apply online for Indexed Tuition.  The application goes straight to an independent financial services company that evaluates the families’ ability to pay tuition based on income, then provides a recommended tuition amount.  Designated school employees are able to review the recommended tuition levels. 

Indexed tuition discounts are considered based on the amount of aid available, in order to maintain a healthy operational budget.  Indexed tuition rates are offered on an annual basis.  Each year families receiving a reduced tuition would reapply.  Each year, an indexed tuition amount is awarded based on the amount of aid available. 

Questions and Answers

Trinity School of Texas provides a program designed for the best learning experience possible.  With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, our small class sizes represent a significant investment in highly qualified faculty and administrators.  We feel this experience is worthy of investment for each family.  The minimum tuition of 50% of the full tuition allows the school to maintain sound financial management of the operations of the school, while still providing a robust experience. 

The independent management company manages your financial information. 

Parents apply online each year for indexed tuition.  Any change in your financial situation will be reflected in the new application and these changes will be reflected in the tuition awarded. 

In this case the School considers the assets of both natural parents/guardians if living in determining any award. Both sets of parents/guardians must submit all financial aid forms.  The school will waive the requirement of the non-custodial parent submitting an application if information is provided that indicates the location of the non-custodial parent is unknown

Trinity School of Texas admits students of any sex, race, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights and privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students.  It does not discriminate on the basis of any sex, race, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid program, athletics or other school-administered programs.