Trinity Christian Academy is a dually accredited, non-denominational, college preparatory school, with a certified teaching staff. TCA offers a Christian worldview-centered curriculum, small class sizes, individual student attention, strong classroom technology integration, supplementary field trips, and parent advisory board representation. In addition, students attend weekly chapel services and participate in community service projects.
The goal of Trinity Christian Academy is to integrate Biblical Truths within the
curriculum wrapped in the love of Jesus. We are in our thirty-fourth year since opening the doors
of the school. We are blessed to be given the opportunity to witness to many students, pray with
the students and to lead many students to Christ.
To promote academic achievement, while seeking truth through Christ, equipping students for today and eternity.
We are the house of Trinity:
Transforming generations through academic excellence while partnering with parents and the community to build a passion for building a servant’s heart to benefit and glorify the kingdom of God.
We believe that God is triune (God in three persons): God the Father, God the Son and God the
Holy Spirit. God is the creator of heaven and earth. Man is a direct act of creation by God.
Jesus Christ, Son born of the Virgin Mary, took on human flesh to shed His blood on Calvary’s
cross for the salvation of mankind from sin. He was buried and rose bodily on the third day. He
ascended into heaven and will return one day to rapture all believers into heaven. The Holy
Spirit indwells all believers, guides, and instructs believers through the Word of God. We
believe in a literal heaven to gain and a literal hell to shun. Salvation is based on a person's
recognition of sin and complete faith (reliance) upon the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus
Christ for our salvation of our soul.
Mrs. Wyatt has been at Trinity for seven years and has been impacting the world of education for thirty-seven years. Born and raised in Louisianna, Mrs. Wyatt moved to Branson after retiring from the Desoto parish in 2012. An opportunity arose in 2014, for her to accept a 5th Grade teaching position at TCA. In 2019, she took the position as the assistant principal. In 2021, Mrs. Wyatt became the h