Admissions

Admissions Steps

 

Whom do we admit to our school?

No child is perfect, yet all are gifted! Our school accepts children eligible for preschool (age 3 & 4) through the eighth grade.

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Step 1

Visit the school

Tours are scheduled by appointment. Call the office (612-871-2353 ext. 10) to schedule a tour or click on the button to request a tour.

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Application Fee

After visiting the school and receiving approval from the principal to apply, pay the application fee.

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Step 3

Once application has been received and processed, complete the required registration forms and provide the school with current physical and *immunization records.

*This applies to new students enrolling for the first time and all students entering Kindergarten 3, Kindergarten 4, Kindergarten 5, and 7th grade.

It is our joy to welcome all children to our school provided that:

Their families will work in accord with us – that trust is allowed to build and grow.

Their families commit to bringing their children to school prepared for learning every day and on time.
The students, especially those in the upper grades, want to be here. We recognize that the parents are the decision makers and are in charge of their children. However, when students attain a certain level of maturity, we want them to choose to be here. There can be all sorts of challenges, but as long as a child is willing to work hard with us, we will work with them step by step along the way.
We believe we can offer what that child needs. Some children may have challenges that require more intervention than what we are able to provide.
The class-size limit has not been reached.
The age of the child meets our guidelines for our leveled Kindergarten classes.
The enrollment/registration process has been fully completed.

Non-Discrimination Statement

Trinity First School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded to or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletics or other school-administered programs.

Equipping Learners, Sharing Hope

Trinity First School

Equipping Learners, Sharing Hope