Does my child have to take an entrance exam?

As part of the application process, all students applying to Trinity Catholic High School as incoming freshmen must take the High School Placement Test (HSPT) entrance exam. This exam provides information on student achievement in the following cognitive and basic skills areas: verbal and quantitative skills, reading, mathematics, and language. To qualify for an academic scholarship or financial aid, the entrance exam must be taken. Transfer students are not required to take an entrance exam. Their applications are considered on the basis of their current school records.

How do I register for the entrance exam?

A parent/guardian must complete the Application for Admission form.  Apply online or download the form here and send it to the Trinity Catholic Admissions Office with the $50.00 non-refundable application fee. To have an application mailed to you, please call the Admissions Office at 203.322.3401x302 or email us.

What records does Trinity Catholic High School need?

Your student's records from the 6th through 8th grade are required. The Release of Records Authorization form is provided for this purpose. Transfer students are required to submit their most current report card, class schedule and three recommendations. They will be contacted to schedule an interview.

What is a "Crusader for a Day" Visit?

Applicants are strongly encouraged to spend a half-day or a full day on campus visiting classes and meeting students but this is not a required component of the application process. These visits are by reservation only and can be arranged around the applicant's availability and current school schedule. Please contact the Admissions Office at 203.322.340 x302. Please download the "Crusader for a Day" permission form and have the student bring with them the day of their visit.

When will Trinity Catholic High School mail the decision letters?

Decision letters will be mailed beginning December 15, 2017, and after that, on a rolling basis.

What is the next step in the application process after a student receives a decision letter?

In order to guarantee your student’s place in the freshmen class for the school year 2018-2019, he or she must be registered (registration form completed, a $200 registration fee and a $550 tuition deposit received) by February 16, 2018. Acceptance letters will include information regarding enrollment.

Does Trinity Catholic accept transfer students?

An entrance exam is not necessary for a transferring student. Apply online or download our Application for Admission form and our Release of Records Authorization form. The completed application, along with a $50 application fee and the completed Release of Records form must be returned to the Admissions Office. Once completed paperwork is received, an interview will be conducted by the Admissions Office. Please note that we do not accept 12th grade transfer students unless there is a family relocation or an extenuating circumstance.

Does Trinity Catholic accept international students?

International student benefits are two-fold. The international students benefit from the strong education they receive here in the United States while our American students benefit from the exposure they receive to different cultures and customs. Currently students from Asia, Europe, the Caribbean and Australia are enrolled at TCHS.  We welcome any interested students to apply. 

We work with several agencies for the placement of international students.  

Tuition for international students for the 2017-2018 academic year will be $19,000. This includes tuition as well as all fees. This figure does not include i-Pad, textbooks or uniforms. 

Within two weeks of receiving an acceptance letter to Trinity Catholic, a non-refundable $1,000 deposit must be remitted to the school. This figure includes a $500 registration fee and a $500 tuition deposit which will be credited to the student’s account. If the deposit is not sent to Trinity Catholic High School within that two week period, the student’s acceptance can be rescinded. The remainder of the tuition ($18,000) is due to the school by August 1, 2017.

Does Trinity Catholic offer transportation?

Stamford Residents: Buses are available through the Stamford Board of Education for those students who live within the boundaries of Stamford and who live two (2) miles or more from TCHS. There is no charge for this service. Download the Stamford Application for Transportation here. The complete bus schedule will be published in the Stamford Advocate during the month of August.

Norwalk & New Canaan Residents: A bus is provided by the transportation service First Student. Designated stops are Brien McMahon High School, Fox Run School, St. Thomas the Apostle Church and All Saints Catholic School. The charge for this service for the 2017-2018 school year is $1,000 round-trip or $500 for one way. The First Student bus will return students to the designated stop at the end of the school day. Return time depends on weather and traffic. Information on the first day of service will be available during the month of august.

In order for a seat to be reserved on this bus, please download the Norwalk Reservation Form, include your entire payment and return to the main office of Trinity Catholic no later than August 1, 2017.

Port Chester Residents: A bus is provided by the Port Chester Board of Education. There is no charge for this service. Please contact County Coach at 914.967.5959 to enroll your student. 

Westchester County Residents:  Please contact your local school transportation district as some districts supply transportation to Trinity Catholic.

MetroNorth Service: For ticket information and/or verification of train times, contact Metro-North at 1-800-638-7646 or visit MetroNorth. School commutation discounts are available. Students can take the Stamford city bus from the Stamford Metro-North train station to the stop directly in front of Trinity Catholic.

Please note: Students who miss the TCHS bus are expected to take public transportation or a taxi to attend school. There is a city bus stop directly in front of TCHS.