Serving children with learning differences

Serving children with learning differences


Admissions Process

The admissions committee works hard to identify students who will benefit from Trinity’s programs. Applications are thoroughly reviewed and the student’s school history, including records, diagnostic evaluations and parent input determine if the student will thrive in Trinity’s unique scholastic and social programs.

Step 1

Download Trinity’s Admissions Forms to access the checklist and Admissions packet. Email, to let our team know you’re interested in learning more about our process and someone from our team will contact you.
Required Documents List
  • Parent Release of Information
  • Application for Admission
  • Administration Recommendation Form
  • Teacher Recommendation Form
  • Student Photo
  • Student Emergency Form
  • Parent Questionnaire
  • Discipline Record
  • Authorization for Release of Records
  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Records
  • A full psychoeducational or neuropsychoeducational evaluation describing the student’s current cognitive ability as well as academic achievement.
  • Any other professional evaluations that have been administered should be submitted: speech therapy, occupational therapy, psychological evaluations and medical assessments.
  • Copies of current Special Education records (if applicable): Most recent IEP or 504 Official transcript (high school only)
  • Official transcript (High School only)

Step 2 

A non-refundable fee of $300 is required along with your student’s completed application. Once it’s received we will work together to obtain the required records.

Step 3

Submit Application Packet and schedule a tour with the school

Step 4 

Applicant materials are reviewed and if the student meets qualifications, they are invited to shadow a Trinity student for three days. Once this is complete, the Admissions team meets to review the student data and teacher feedback, then makes a recommendation.

Admissions Information

In order to be admitted into Trinity School, it is required for a student to have an medically diagnosed learning difference or an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) from a previous education establishment. The Admission process at Trinity School allows families and educators to work together to determine which students will benefit most from our unique academic and social programs.  In the first phase, our expert committee members carefully collect and review testing, psychological, medical, and educational records. In the second phase, families are introduced to school faculty in a classroom setting to conduct basic observations of the prospective student. This process is called Shadowing and lasts three days.   Once admitted, students are subjected to a 90-day probationary period to make sure they are a good fit for Trinity School.

Trinity School does not discriminate in its admissions and enrollment practices, based on race, ethnic background, health condition, socio-economic status, or gender for the students which attend grades K–12 in Oklahoma City.
Student Requirements
Trinity School serves children who exhibit different learning styles, including dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD, autism, and or sensory processing issues, anxiety, and developmental or intellectual delays.

Trinity School is not equipped nor is its faculty/staff trained to work with students experiencing severe cognitive, auditory, emotional/behavioral, or physical disabilities.

Age Requirements

According to Section 14 of the School Laws of Oklahoma, the following age requirements must be met for admission: 

  • Kindergarten – To be admitted to kindergarten, a student must have turned 5 years of age on or before September 1st.
  • First Grade – To be admitted to 1st grade, a student must have turned 6 years of age on or before September 1st and cannot be older than 7 years of age.
  • Conditional Enrollment – Occasionally, students may be admitted under special circumstances, and in those cases we offer a conditional contract. The contract will outline behavioral or performance expectations that the student must meet within a specified time frame (e.g., four to six weeks) to continue with the program. If the conditions are met, the contract may be extended. A decision to extend or not extend the contract is the sole discretion of the Head of School.
  • Trinity School recognizes that some students have learning needs that the school is not equipped to meet. Because we want these students’ needs met in the most appropriate way possible, Trinity School will decline to accept or retain students who have learning needs which will not be met by its methodology, or who demonstrate cognitive limitations that make steady academic progress within Trinity School’s program unlikely.


Admission Priority
First priority will be given to our current students re-enrolling in Trinity School and their siblings that have a diagnosed learning difference. Re-enrollment packets are sent to the families of current students each year in January and the re-enrollment deadline falls in late February. After that open enrollment begins in March, applications are accepted and reviewed.  The number of students accepted each year depends on available space in each grade level.
Tuition & Fees

Trinity School is a tuition-based private school that receives 98% of its operating budget from student tuition, with no state or federal funding. Our tuition-based approach allows us to provide unique programs that cater to the individual learning differences of our students, and to offer smaller class sizes for increased teacher interaction.

Trinity School values and seeks students from diverse economic backgrounds. In order to assist families, Trinity provides flexible payment plans and need-based financial aid when donor funds are available. Additionally, scholarship opportunities are available, including the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship.

The Lindsey Nicole Henry (LNH) Scholarship Act of 2010 authorizes the parent or guardian of an Oklahoma public school student with a disability, who is served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), to request an LNH Scholarship award for their child to attend a participating private school, approved by the State Board of Education, to serve learning disability needs. The Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship deos not provide full tuition. Trinity School at Edgemere is approved by the State Board of Education to educate LNH scholarship participants.

Click here for more information on LNH and to apply for the scholarship.


(per student, due with application)


(includes all books and school supplies)


(includes all books and school supplies)


$500.00 – (applies to applies to new students and to students whose devices need to be replaced)





6TH-12th GRADE


Open House & Tours

We understand the decision to join a new school is significant for families. So, at Trinity School we make every effort to help prospective students and their families get to know our school before they are admitted. We host an annual open house and offer guided tours year-round.

Open House

Trinity School has an Admissions Open House each year on the first Thursday of February. This event falls about a month ahead of admission application deadlines so those interested in applying to Trinity School have an opportunity to visit Trinity and meet our educators and students prior to making any decision.  It is open to the general public as well as our current families and students. The event is always hosted from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. and allows prospective students the opportunity to freely explore the school and meet teachers.

School Tours

Prospective students and families are invited to visit Trinity School while classes are in session.  Click the button below  to schedule an appointment today.

 **Currently, Trinity School is offering a limited number of tours due to COVID-19**