4 Ways Your Child Will Grow At Trinity Christian Academy

This post has been sponsored by Trinity Christian Academy. All opinions are 100% our own!

The North Texas area has a wide range of options when it comes to education: charter schools, public schools, and private schools. At the end of the day, all parents want the best for their children, so as you begin to browse brochures and visit websites, how will you sort through your choices?

As parents, it’s important to make some tough decisions and realizations about your children’s futures. Looking ahead to their graduation from high school, what do you hope they’ll have learned? What are the most important character traits you want them to walk away with before college? 

There’s one Dallas private school that’s leading the way in preparing children holistically as they find their way to adulthood – Trinity Christian Academy. TCA is a unique world of learning and discovery that offers students endless opportunities. They attend a school of faith and excellence, and learn from teachers who are passionate about teaching and the subjects they teach. They will learn compassion and community. They interface with technology. They see love, growth, and support. 

Here are just 4 of the ways children can grow and learn at Trinity Christian Academy: 


All students at TCA are challenged academically through rigorous curriculum in 21st century classrooms. From Pre-K through 12th grade, TCA will prepare your student to pursue higher education at the country’s most prestigious and challenging colleges and universities. With a small teacher-to-student ratio, teachers are able work with students individually, in small groups, and in the full class setting to ensure they’re in an academic comfort zone and not being pushed beyond their understanding. 

TCA also provides numerous activities for students to showcase their talents outside of the classroom. Between the award-winning Fine Arts department and athletic program, there is truly something for all. 


As a private, Christian school, Trinity Christian Academy’s ultimate mission is to educate and develop the whole person for the glory of God. TCA finds ways of incorporates their beliefs and faithful foundations into the learning environment—to lead students to love God, realize their fullest potential, and serve their world.

Understanding Community

While at Trinity Christian Academy, your child will experience the ultimate sense of community, from staff members, parents, and students. Each person works together to develop the child with the same common goals which leads to long-standing relationships among everyone involved. 

Not only are parents encouraged to come onto campus to help volunteer and be a part of the child’s learning, but there are multiple organizations on campus (like the Dad’s Club) that make it easy to do so! Parents can sign up online throughout the year to participate in the classroom, library, art room, special events and field trips. The opportunities vary and can accommodate the busiest of families.

Your child will come to understand what it looks like when a community works together to ensure their success in education and life!

Love of Tradition

With a storied history of academic, spiritual, and athletic excellence, TCA offers an established record of students who excel beyond its walls. TCA families remain committed to providing the exceptional TCA experience for future generations and to remaining a debt-free institution.


If you’re interested in learning more about what Trinity Christian Academy has to offer, they would like to invite YOU (prospective parents) to explore TCA by attending the Lower School (grades preK-4) Preview on April 12, from 9:30 to 11 am.

RSVP using this link: www.trinitychristian.org/visit.


Prospective parents are also welcome to schedule a personal tour anytime by contacting the Office of Admission, 972-931-8325, ext. 2921.



From a fourth grade teaching career in Richardson to managing a letterpress studio in the Design District of Dallas, Krystal finally found her calling with the not-so-simple life of motherhood. She’s been married for her best friend and husband, Tim, for 15 years and enjoys spending time with her sons, Mark (born March 2011), Zachary (born January 2013), Nathan (born October 2015), and Jake (born July 2018). When not devoting her time to Dallas Moms Blog and her family, she enjoys eating cheaply and traveling often!