Information and Resources for College Planning

Goal and Purpose of the Program

As a college preparatory Christian school, Trinity has a vital role in the crucial task of helping students seek and find the Lord's will for their lives where true fulfillment and joy exist.  Part of His plan may include gaining admission to the college or university that best suits them.  In an effort to give each of our students the guidance needed to accomplish this goal, Trinity offers an individualized College Planning program.

The purpose of our program is simple: to partner with our students and their families in order to provide the spiritual and educational support needed to make the right choices for their lives upon graduating from Trinity.

Please feel free to direct any questions or correspondence in this area to Mrs. Allison Rogers, Director of Academics or Mrs. Pam Horne, Administrative Assistant for Academics.

Testing Preparation and information for 2015-16

All juniors should take the SAT and/or ACT at least twice during the scheduled testing period.

SAT Test Information
Register online for the SAT

Click here for 2015-16 SAT Test Dates

ACT Test Information
Register online for the ACT

Click here for 2015-16 ACT Test Dates

PSAT:  This test is administered annually on the Trinity campus for TCS sophomores and juniors, and dates are posted when announced.

PLAN:  This is a pre-ACT test administered annually on the Trinity campus for TCS freshmen and sophomores, and dates are posted when announced.      

For all standardized testing, students will typically need two or three No. 2 pencils and a calculator.  More information regarding acceptable calculators, official study guides, and free practice questions/tests is available at     

Resources and Checklists

The Christian Connector is a "one-stop-shop" for receiving free information from over 100 Christian colleges and universities. Completing the free information request form is like attending a huge Christian college fair without ever leaving home. A $2,500 Christian college scholarship drawing is also offered.  Take advantage of links to Christian colleges, admission and financial aid tips, scholarship resource program, and more.  All these information services are free.

The Governor's Honors Program is a six-week summer educational program sponsored by the Department of Education.  The program is open to rising juniors and sophomores, and interested students have the opportunity to participate in seminars and other educational activities related to their subject areas of interest.  For application and details, visit the following website or stop by the Trinity Academic Office and speak with Mrs. Pam Horne.
Georgia Department of Education

Juniors and seniors are invited to take advantage of the opportunity to apply for a $180,000 scholarship through the Naval ROTC Program.  View the flyer below for a list of participating colleges/universities, and use the links for more information or to start the application process.
ROTC Scholarship Flyer
Naval ROTC Website
NROTC Scholarship Application

All young men are required by law to register for the Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.  Many colleges and universities require confirmation of registration in their application and/or course registration process.  Registering for the Selective Service is easy; it can be done in less than 2 minutes online.  You can also complete a registration form at your local post office.  It's as simple as providing your name, address, telephone number, date of birth, and social security number.  After registering, you will receive a Selective Service registration number which should be kept as proof of registration.
Register Online for Selective Service

Checklists and Online Resources for Students by Class


*All juniors should take the SAT and/or ACT at least twice during the scheduled testing period.