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Welcome from the Admissions Director

Welcome to Trinity School for Children and thank you for showing interest in our programs. It is our hope that in exploring our web site, you will gain an understanding of our concentration. Our work with students is directed toward the teaching of the "whole child", intellectually, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially.

Since opening our doors in August 1999, our curriculum focus has been on the single most organizing principle of education, which is in order for children to learn in school and to become life-long learners, they must interact with their environment (people, places, and things) and interpret their experiences. As a result of our work with students, they have proven to be critical thinkers, know much about the global community and their place in it, and become good democratic citizens.

We encourage diversity in our student body, staff, and programs. Our parents are our partners in their child's growth and development. Our name, "Trinity", is representative of the interaction that occurs between our educators, families and the greater community. 

Trinity is a special place and we encourage you to stop by and visit our campus and classrooms and experience the Trinity magic!

Michelle Perez,
Admissions Director

Trinity School for Children shall not discriminate against any prospective student on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or any other protected status.

Charter Program

Admissions into our Charter School program is based on a random lottery process. All applicants will have an equal opportunity to participate in the lottery process to gain admission into the school. All applications are due the last Thursday in January.  The random lottery is conducted the second or third Monday in February. Preference is given to siblings of children already enrolled in our school and students of current staff members. 

School tours are available once a month by reservation, running November through January. If you are interested in scheduling a reservation for a school tour, please contact our Admissions Director at (813) 874-2402 ext 2069. 

Other important pieces of the Admissions process include: 

  • Filling out an Admissions Application
  • After acceptance, scheduling a student observation/shadowing for placement

For more detailed information regarding our random lottery and wait list procedures, please click here.

Below is our school capacity information, per the Florida Statues 1002.31 2(b).

School Capacity for 2023-2024 School Year

Our overall enrollment for K-8 is 920 students. Our maximum capacity for each grade level is as follows:

Kindergarten: 100%

1st Grade: 100%

2nd Grade: 100%

3rd Grade: 100%

4th Grade: 100%

5th Grade:   99%

6th Grade: 100%

7th Grade: 100%

8th Grade: 100%

Once again, thank you for your interest.

How to Apply:
For information, email

K8 Charter Student Application

Early Childhood Development

Trinity School for Children’s Early Childhood Program enrolls children from 6 weeks old to Pre – Kindergarten.  We offer several tuition-based programs including school year and full year options, with extended care plans throughout the year. 

The O’Dea Center for Early Childhood Education features rich immersive educational programs including: Cultural Arts, Music and Language programs.  With a keen focus on developmentally appropriate practices, we strive to provide the highest standard of Early Childhood education available. 

School tours are available by reservation. If you are interested in scheduling a reservation for a school tour, or if you have an interest in finding out more about our programs, please contact our Admissions Director at (813) 874-2402 ext 2069.

How to Apply: 
For information, email 
Download and Complete Application