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- Request a tour and/or enrollment packet from Suzanne Davidson in the Advancement Office. Call (901) 829-6536 or e-mail email@example.com
- Application and $75 fee is received by the Advancement Office. The application is either downloaded from our website or received in our enrollment packet.
- Teacher and Guidance Counselor Recommendations are received in Advancement Office along with previous report cards and latest test results. Also submit required health records and certificates as outlined in packet.
- Testing dates are appointed through the Advancement Office. *High School students enrolling after their freshmen year must present transcripts and speak with the high school principal and guidance counselor before testing. This is to ensure our ability to accommodate their course schedule with the required credits.
- If the entrance test score is acceptable, and an opening in the particular grade is available, an interview with the Advancement Director and the appropriate building principal will be scheduled.
- A possible interview with the Head of Schools or a Board member may be required.
- Each student meeting established guidelines will be notified of acceptance for admission. Parents/guardians of any student rejected for admission will receive oral or written notification.
- Once the student has been accepted, you may apply for tuition assistance. Tuition assistance begins in Kindergarten (5K).
- Finalize enrollment by signing a TRA Family Contract, record release allowing the school to obtain the student's permanent records (grades 1-12), and a tuition payment form.
There are several Memorial Scholarships given to students at TRA. Any money given to these scholarships will go to a deserving student chosen by various committees.
To be considered for this award, the student must meet academic, leadership, and extra-curricular requirements. In addition to that, the recipient of the Alumni Scholarship must have at least one parent who is active in the alumni association.
In addition to meeting the academic and extra-curricular criteria, this application requires seniors to submit an essay to reflect on all the teachers by whom they had been mentored and decide who had the greatest influence in their life and way of thinking. This question was chosen because of the impact Ms. D. made on students' lives, not only teaching them literature and proper grammar, but also lovingly and sacrificially committing her life to helping them develop. By awarding this scholarship, tribute is paid to all of those teachers who give of their time, talents, and love to our children.
This scholarship is awarded to a female graduating senior who is planning to enter the medical field. She must have with a minimum 2.6 grade point average. The student must have attended TRA for at least their junior and senior year and be involved in school and/or community teams, clubs, and activities. Students must have two reference letters from their pastor, Sunday School teacher, or youth director.
Recipients must be a graduating senior girl planning to attend a four-year college. She must have attended TRA for at least two years and must have participated in at least one of the following activities during her time at TRA: girls basketball, cheerleading, softball, or drama. She will submit a 600-word double-spaced typed essay defining her personal aspirations, highlighting the opportunities she has had for Christian Outreach, the ways in which she has demonstrated her leadership capacities, and how she derives joy of living in Godâ€™s world. The essay will address how she will use her experiences to date and those she will gain in the future to make an impact on the betterment of her fellow man.
Recipients must be a graduating senior witha minimum GPA of 2.75. The applicant will submit an essay or video project explaining the following questions: What does healthy mean?, What are the components of a healthy lifestyle?, and What will you do to be a role model in the future for a healthy lifestyle?
The Living Memorial located at the front of our campus was built in rememberence of of TRA students, alumni and faculty. Any monies donated to this fund will go towards adding any new names that may arise and the upkeep of the landscaping, etc. around the memorial.