Mission and History
God has called Trinity Christian Academy to assist Christian families and their churches in providing a Biblically-directed, academically excellent education that equips students to be Godly leaders and servants in their homes, churches, and communities.
Our vision is to train young champions for Christ who are equipped to serve the Lord by being prepared spiritually, academically and physically.
1985 A small group of Christians were led to meet together to consider the possibility of starting a Christian school in Jackson, Tennessee. They prayed and established by-laws which would determine the course of the school for beginning stages and future years. Donations of time and money were given by those who were led by the Lord to provide a school building with five acres of property on Old Denmark Road.
1986 Trinity Christian Academy opened debt free with an enrollment of approximately fifty students in grades K thru 7.
1996 Trinity Christian Academy’s Board recognized that our present location was nearing full capacity and started prayerfully considering a new campus location.
1999 In order to serve more families, demographic research was done and the Lord led us to purchase seventy-two acres on Windy City Road in North Jackson.
2003 Elementary campus moved to the new location on Windy City Road.
2005 Varsity football stadium was completed at the Windy City Road campus.
2007 Upper school expansion was completed and opened for the school year, reuniting the entire school once again.
2009 Present facilities continue to advance with an addition to our Elementary wing, construction of a state-of-the-art Field House, and athletic field expansions, including the addition of eight tennis courts.
2010 Trinity opens all new Little Lions program for two and three year olds.
2012 Trinity opened an all new Field House complete with locker rooms, coaches offices, and state-of-the-art workout facilities for all student athletes to utilize.
2018 Trinity opens all new Baby Lions program for infants and toddlers, allowing students to attend TCA from ages 6 weeks all the way through their senior year of High School.