HS General Information

TCS High School

Email – Mrs. Jones, High School Principal


Trinity Christian prepares its students for life after high school through an academically rigorous curriculum, a growing fine arts program, and competitive athletic teams, all within the frame of a biblical worldview. Most importantly, our students learn to think critically and are taught the life skills to help them thrive. Additionally, our unique Hybrid Program allows motivated juniors and seniors the opportunity to combine on-campus instruction time with online coursework and real-world work experience to shape an individualized and progressive education experience. Taught by a competent and nurturing faculty, Trinity students are encouraged spiritually and challenged to use their talents and skills each day as they discover God’s calling for their lives.


High School Hours

Operating hours are 7:30 am-3:30 pm.


Our Goal

Trinity Christian School endeavors to lead students closer to the Lord and to aid them in achieving their life goals through a strong educational foundation. A healthy teacher/student ratio of 24:1 gives each student a greater opportunity for academic success. We use a blend of well-respected and proven curriculums by publishers such as Bob Jones University Press, Holt, Rinehart, Winston, and Saxon. These curriculums are academically challenging and meet the Georgia State Standards for content knowledge. At TCHS, all curriculums are taught from a Christian world view.


Academic Accountability

Trinity is accredited through ILCSSACS, and AdvancED, and is a member of the Georgia High School Association GHSA


Parent Internet Communication

TCS subscribes to RenWeb, a web-based school administrative service that gives each parent a direct link to their student’s homework assignments, progress reports, attendance, behavior records, etc.


Core Classes Offered

Bible, Literature, Economics, Civics, World History, Algebra I and II, Advanced Math, Pre-Calculus, Anatomy, Chemistry, Biology, Health, and Physical Education


Electives Offered

Spanish, French, SAT Prep, Yearbook, Drama, Chorus, Art, Band, Computer, and Communications


Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment, Honors Courses Offered

Trinity currently offers Honors/Pre-AP classes in 9th and 10th grade for students that qualify. Students that qualify for honors courses are being prepared for AP classes.

Trinity offers AP classes in a traditional classroom. We are actively researching ways to offer more AP classes through blended and on-line classes.

We currently offer up to 21 college credits with Point University through our Dual Enrollment program.


Academic Clubs Offered

We offer Beta Club, National Honor Society and a Tech Club and Robotics Team.


Athletics Offered

The Lions compete in the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) in the Single A Private classification.

Trinity offers the following sports for high school:  Cheerleading, Clay Shooting, Cross Country, Football, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, Baseball, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field. For more information about schedules and results and other athletic news, please see our Athletics website.


Fine Arts Offered

Chorus, Band, Strings, Ensemble, Drama, Music Appreciation, Music Theory, and Visual Arts



TCS High School provides a 1:1 technology program where each high school student is provided with a Google Chromebook that is preloaded with textbooks and note-taking applications.


Test Scores


2017 ACT Scores

2017 ACT Composite
National Average 20.8
Georgia Average 21.1
Trinity Average 24.3


2017 SAT Scores

SAT Critical Reading Math TOTAL
National Average 494 508 1002
Georgia Average 493 490 983
Trinity Average 564 536 1100





Trinity graduates were offered over 3.2 million in scholarship offers in 2014 for a graduating class of 62 students.



Colleges and Universities to which our graduates have been accepted

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
AirForce Academy
Auburn University
Austin Peay
Barry University
Baylor University
Belhaven College
Berry College
Bryan College
Charleston Southern
Clayton State University
Colorado School of Mines
Columbus State University
Cornell University
Erskine College
Faulkner University
George Mason University
Georgia College and State University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Military College
Georgia Perimeter College
Georgia Southern University
Georgia State University

Gordon College
Gwinnett Technical
Harding University
Jacksonville State University
Kennesaw State University
Lee University
Mercer University
North Georgia College and State University
Point University
Purdue University
Reinhardt University
Rensselaer Polytechnic University
Samford University
Southeastern University
Southern Polytechnic State University
Truett-McConnell College
Union College
University of Georgia
University of Oklahoma
University of West Georgia
Valdosta State University
Villanova University