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Financial Information


Tuition for the 2019-2020 school year is $12,750. Tuition covers the cost of the student's iPad which is essential to the curriculum at Trinity. Additional costs include: textbooks and athletic fees.

A variety of tuition payment plans are available. These include monthly, semi-annual and annual plans. We use FACTS for our billing and you can sign up for a plan using the link below.

Our admissions director will be happy to answer your questions about the affordability of attending Trinity.

Your Tuition Solution can be used for loan assistance located below.

Financial Assistance

At Trinity, we pride ourselves on providing a level of education that far exceeds the cost of tuition. However, we also strive to provide assistance to families for whom tuition cost is difficult to meet.

Our admissions director will be happy to provide you with information regarding a financial assistance application.

Acceptance to Trinity is made without consideration of a families financial status. 

Click the Red Box below for the financial aid application

Freshman Scholarships

In addition to the financial assistance program, we offer scholarships to three incoming freshmen who achieve the highest composite scores on our admission exam. 

The Bishop Peter A. Libasci Scholarship is given to the top admission exam student from St. Joseph Regional Jr. High School,

The Cardinal Gerald Cyprien Lacroix Scholarship is given to the top admission exam student from our Catholic feeder schools beside St. Joseph Regional Jr. High School.

The St. John Baptiste De La Salle Scholarship is given to the top admission exam student from our non-Catholic feeder schools.

From One of Our Students...

"I transferred out of Trinity after my freshman year. My parents and I thought I would be able to have a similar experience at my public school. After the first three weeks, I was asking to go back to Trinity. I was able to get back in after the first quarter. I wanted to be challenged in all of my classes. I felt this happened best at Trinity."

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