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Trinity Christian School

Private | PK-12 | 1050 students

 

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Posted April 30, 2013

I have three children that attend Trinity Christian in Sharpsburg Ga. Not only does the environment at Trinity fosters and encourages a genuine love for our savior-but the academic exposure is top notch. Truly, second to none, it is. We have been with Trinity for three years, and have never once considered moving. We highly recommend this school!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted April 3, 2013

My two children attended Trinity for a very short time. After being in public schools all of their lives we felt a Christian school would better benefit them as high schoolers. Boy were we wrong! Trinity is the furthest thing from a Christian school or environment. No leadership, no biblical teachings, and acceptance of inappropriate conduct.. This is a school of double standards. I would not recommend this school. If you have a problem with something good luck getting an answer or a returned email. Public schools don't have near the problems this school has.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted July 2, 2012

My entire family has been raised in public schools . I have taught public school for over 13 years. This year though we needed something more for our high schooler. He left the public high school with a 4.0 and top 5% rank in his class. We have no problems with the Ed. He was getting from the public school he was at. After being at TcS for one week, his 1st observation was "ALL the teachers want ALL the students to succeed " as if this was a new exp. for him. Tcs has competent qualified caring teachers. It's a wonderful alternative public offering a nurturing, safe, challenging place to learn and grow. I'm thankful for a place that can help my kids grow spiritually as well as physically and academically . A note to the parent that commented in 2008 about "clique-ish" kids. There will always be friend groups with teens - that's part of the age . But we didn't find anything but acceptance there . I believe there is a place for every kid at Tcs. I highly recommend Trinity.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted February 20, 2012

Trinity is the best school in the area. We travel 30 minutes each way to attend this fabulous school. The teachers are wonderful, loving and caring. The curriculum is challenging and the extracurricular activities are a plus. With 900 students this is a growing school that will exceed expectations!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted October 22, 2011

If you are looking for a safe, loving, christian environment, Trinity is the place for you. The faculty and staff have so much to offer students. Everyday chapel is a time when students and faculty join for 30 minutes to focus on Jesus and what he has done for us. Trinity offers Honors and AP classes as well as a great sports program. The classroom size is small so students are able to get the individual attention they need. If you are looking for a rigorous academic program, where students are stressed out, have no time to play sports, spend time with friends,or family, then you may want to consider another school. I believe the high school is growing rapidly because families are looking for a well balanced environment in which children can learn, play, serve, and enjoy the life they have been given!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted July 13, 2010

We had our child at Trinity - it started out well, but quickly went downhill. We enjoyed the extra-curricular activities and the sincerity and commitment of the headmaster, but believed the faculty and curriculm lagged in comparison to local public schools. Faculty and staff were terribly inconsistent whether it be enforcement of dress code and/or school policies or deadlines or returning graded work and were completely uninformed in many instances. In comparison to my friends' children as well as upon enrolling my child in public schools, I see that my child is behind especially in math and science, but in other subjects as well. Additionally, the students tended to be fairly "clique-ish" and not inclusive. Trinity has great potential, but do plenty of research and question-asking to make sure it will be a good match for your child.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted March 18, 2010

Trinity Christian School is a perfect school. Our daughter attended a much higher priced private school in Tyrone, and we did not feel the love or education. At Trinity it is all about learning, God, extra activities. Our daughter comes home everyday with a smile. The leadership and teachers are spot on. Also the tracking of your funds are up to date. Our daughter is in first grade and is reading on a third grade level and writing cursive. She loves learning about the music and how to read it. She can't wait until she learns an instrument. Going to Trinity is what you expect from a Private school. Loving, Caring, and Learning!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted February 22, 2010

My daughter attended 3rd grade at this school. The staff is certainly very loving and it is a safe place for any child to attend. The only downside I see is academically. We moved to the North part of Atlanta and my daughter was significantly behind academically for 4th grade. You have to really weigh what you are desiring when you place your child in a smaller Christian school like this one. Yes, the Christian environment is a plus, but academically it is not as advanced or challenging. The music program at Trinity is the biggest plus! My daughter loved it. Overall, this is a good school.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted August 1, 2009

Our son has been at Trinity for 4 years and will be starting his 5th in Aug. We have loved every teacher he's had, and feel it is a very nurturing yet challenging environment.
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Posted September 8, 2008

This school has a very caring staff and provides a safe learning environment. The school uses the ABEKA program which I believe to be great for K-3. However, this school is up to par technology wise nor does it teach students to learn to think out of the box. This is something I believe this school will grow into. For the Sharpsburg (Coweta County) area, this school is the best choice.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted January 30, 2008

I am currently in my 1st year at Trinity Christian School. I am a Junior. Although there are only about 30 high schoolers (no senior class), the school delivers a great environment to learn and grow in the way of our lord, Jesus Christ. I write this as a personnal note to high schoolers looking for a great school. Other than a couple of ridiculous rules, our school has plenty to offer. The biggest factor on my determining last year was athletics. Even if your not the most athletic kid, or even if you are, Trinity Christian provides a very competative league of play. Our team is currently 2-5 with 2 very close loses. Hopefully, by the fall of 2008 we will have an 8 man football team which will compete with the same teams as basketball does.
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Posted July 19, 2007

My son started off attending this school only because we didnt like the school district we were in. However after a year I realized I never wanted him to leave . This school is fantastic! Hes so far ahead now & is only wants to learn more. The price , the staff , even the school itself is wonderful. Trinity Christian School is by far the best on the southside! Melissa Brook
—Submitted by a parent


Posted July 6, 2007

High quality - very competitive tuition
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Posted August 3, 2006

We have been very pleased with Trinity Christian School. This will be our daughter's fourth year there and we plan to keep her there until graduation. The headmaster is so kind and the children's pastor is wonderful. My daughter loves the library and computer classes, as well as the music. This is a wonderful school and the tuition is much less than other nearby private schools.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted June 17, 2006

I am so thankful to have TCS. My 3 children (7, 9, 11) have gone since they were 3 yrs old. We have had very positive experiences academically, socially and spiritually. I love the music program (one child plays cello, one guitar and the other violin!), the PE program and sports opportunities. The teachers are first rate and the parents are a pleasure to be around. The youth and children's pastors from Trinity church hold chapel each week - it's really hits home w/ my kids. The facility is beautiful. The tuition is definitely reasonable for the quality education we are getting. The high school will be fully accredited soon, so we are here for the duration!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted June 6, 2006

Trinity Christian School has been a wonderful experience for our family. The music program is like no other in the area. Children can participate in the school orchestra as early as third grade. Private music lessons are also available on campus. Trinity has a band with a wonderful energetic director. This year the school will expand to have tenth grade and they will add a grade every year. The children can begin to participate in volleyball, track, and soccer when they reach the sixth grade. In the higher grades they can participate in basketball and football as well. Academically the school stays far ahead of the surrounding public schools. Trinity uses the A beka curriculam. The school holds chapel services once a week and the teachers teach Bible as one of the subjects daily. Their Physical education department does a great job keeping the children physically fit.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted May 11, 2006

I love Trinity! My son went to public schools in the Coweta district and I was very disappointed on several occasions. After trying home-schooling we found Trinity and we feel truly blessed. Ronnie is learning scripture, the teachers are warm and caring. The class size is smaller, allowing for more individual attention. If a problem should arise with a child they deal with it swiftly and fairly. The quality of the education he is getting is incredible and he finds it challenging and interesting. I highly recommend Trinity and am sooooo glad that they are now up to 10th grade! We can look forward to 5 more years at Trinity!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted April 29, 2006

My child has attended for 2 years and we love it. The staff and the parents are great.
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Posted September 7, 2004

My child started at TCS in Kindergarten, and is now in the 5th grade. I can't imagine her going anywhere else. The curriculum, both academic and christian is excellent, and the teachers are awesome! We haven't had one bad experience at TCS in 6 yrs! I hope they will get High School going soon so we can stay at TCS for the long haul--
—Submitted by a parent


Posted July 17, 2004

I love TCS! My 3 children attend: one in 4th (started in 3 yr old preschool), one in 2nd (ditto) and one in kindergarten (ditto). We've had great teachers and such a positive, Christian atmosphere. My kids are also getting an awesome education - I'm amazed at the things they learn at such a young age. The greatest thing they learn is scripture - they are getting it in their hearts for a lifelong benefit. My last comment - this private school is a bargain! We even get a discount for multiple children.
—Submitted by a parent


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Ethnicity This school State average
White 89% 44%
Black 7% 37%
Hispanic 2% 12%
Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander 1% 3%
Two or more races 1% 3%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0% 0%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 0% 0%
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8817 Hwy 54
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