In 2003, we joined a national movement to “repair the ruins” of our culture and the Judeo Christian values upon which our nation was founded. Christ-centered classical education here at Trinity seeks to raise up generations of young people who are instilled with biblical wisdom, Christ-centered virtue, and a commitment to servant leadership. 

We are at a critical time in our nation when young people need to be educated to think biblically and trained to communicate eloquently and persuasively to defend their faith in a hostile public square. They need to be lovers of biblical truth, goodness, and beauty from a young age and they need to be challenged to lead lives of character by the inspirational lives of those who have gone before them. Christian parents need partners to pass on the biblical values that they seek to instill in their children. Teens need to be given an opportunity to wrestle with the questions of our culture and ancient biblical answers with teachers who love them and thoughtfully point them to the truth of God’s word and the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.  

Trinity Christian School exists for these purposes and we are at a significant moment in our history. Since our beginning in 2003, we have rented facilities from churches for our classes and we have continued to grow year after year. And now, we are out of room. Over 340 students fill out all the spaces on the church campus and our adjacent high school building. Through the generosity of His people, God has provided mightily for our school in the past couple years, allowing us to pursue our vision for a K-12 campus for over 600 students. 

Building Updates:

April 13, 2021:

Sheetrock and insulation are going in and roofing is being installed.


February 24, 2021:

Trusses are on, and plumbing, electrical and HVAC are in progress!


March 9, 2021:

Progress continues in our new campus! Doors and windows are being installed.

January 12, 2021:

The light is going in within the next few weeks and the street name will officially be up. 

The second floor of the classroom building has been framed and now HVAC is going in and roofing is coming soon. The office has been completely framed and roof trusses are coming this next week.

December 30, 2020:


The Office Building is framed. And we are moving into the second floor framing of the Upper School Classroom Building. 

December 18, 2020:


Classroom Building Update:

Floor joists are arriving and being installed this week with second story framing coming next. 


Office Building Update:

Concrete being poured, framing starts next week.  

December 3, 2020:

The framing is coming up, it is exciting to see our dream taking shape. Praise the Lord for His goodness!

November 24, 2020:


Footings dug, cement slab poured, and elevator shaft construction began on the first classroom building . . . AND framing has begun!

November 23, 2020:


The Upper School Classroom Building is ready to start framing this week or next!

God is Growing Trinity

Join us on our journey!


K-12 Classical Christian Education

Partnering with parents to provide Christ-centered, biblically based classical education that nurtures the whole child since 2003.

Fully Accredited: 

  • Association of Christian Schools, Int.

  • Cognia

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Phone: 928-445-6306

Fax: 928-445-7210

Office Hours:

Monday- Friday, 7:30a-3:30p

Excluding Holidays

1077 Mogollon Road

Prescott, AZ 86301

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It is our hope to equip you with the information you need to make a prayerful decision for your child’s education.

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

"So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God." 1 Corinthians 10:31