Christian education provides the opportunity to strengthen and transform the mind, the body, and the soul. At TCA, we recognize and teach that all areas of learning are connected to God and gain greater purpose through a Christ-seeking lens.
The TCA Experience is designed to equip students to pursue God’s best for their lives as He has created them. We want TCA students to change the world for good and to give God all the glory- for the rest of their lives.Learn More
Trinity Christian Academy Summer Day Camp is a ten-week Summer Camp experience including fun-filled activities, faith-filled devotional time, Bible stories, music, crafts, STEM, and field trips. It is Trinity’s desire to create an activity based summer camp that motivates and prepares our kids to impact our world for Christ. This year we are integrating STEM instruction each week to develop both the skill and joy of logical reasoning and critical thinking. Kids will have a blast learning. We welcome all students from 2 yrs olds to entering 5th graders. Click here to register or learn more.Read More
The movie “God's Not Dead” featured a character inspired by the real life story of Dr. Ming Wang, a Harvard and MIT graduate and one of the few cataract and LASIK surgeons in the world today who holds a doctorate degree in laser physics. Dr. Wang will present a talk entitled, "From darkness to sight: God’s not dead - faith and science: friends or foes?” on Tuesday, March 5th at 6:30 PM in the Hamilton Performing Arts Center at the University of Memphis - Lambuth, hosted and presented by Trinity Christian Academy. As a teenager, Ming fought valiantly to...Read More
Congratulations to Mary Grace and Hannah Cleek The TCA Admissions office is proud to announce the winner of 2019 #myTCAwhy challenge, Mary Grace and Hannah Cleek. Elementary students were asked to post a video on social media about why they love TCA. Each participant was given specific criteria to follow when posting their video. We absolutely loved hearing out students share their "why" and what they love most about TCA. Second place was awarded to Callie Timms and third place was awarded to Samantha Grissom. Way to go girls! Looking forward to next year's challenge. First Place Winner Second Place...Read More
A Heritage to Remember. . . Thirty-three years ago, TCA opened its doors very humbly on Old Denmark Road in Jackson with about 50 students and teachers. Our mission to serve Christian families seeking a biblically directed and excellent education for their children remains priority. The “Three-Legged Stool” of home, church, and school all working together to grow and train our children in the faith is a long-time model for Christian education and remains a model for TCA. Training a child is a combined effort. Each leg must be strong or the chair is at risk of failing. A Heritage...Read More
Each year TCA dedicates an entire week to celebrate God's provision for the school since it's establishment in 1986. Festivities are set to kick off on Monday, October 22 with a school-wide chapel that will be held in the Upper School gymnasium. The week will conclude with ROAR (Reach Out and Remember) Day, where students and faculty members will be collecting items to benefit The Hope Center. For a detailed schedule of events and more information on ROAR Day, go to About>Resources>Other Resources to learn more.Read More
Judy has served Trinity Christian Academy for the past 18 years: as a High School English Teacher for 13 years, as Upper School Principal for five years, and, most recently, as Interim Head of School for the past six months. A Batesville, MS native, Judy and her family have called Jackson, TN home for 19 years. She and her husband Brian are members of Northside United Methodist Church. Judy’s daughters, Lauren Brown Morris, Class of 2009 (Wil Morris Class of 2009) and Lindsey Brown, Class of 2012, are proud Trinity Christian Academy alumni. Judy and Brian also have one beautiful granddaughter, Presley Morris.
Mrs. Brown holds a Bachelor of Arts in English with a Minor in Education and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership. She feels called to inspire excellence in education, service, and ministry. Most importantly, Mrs. Brown seeks the power of Christ’s love and sacrifice to continually transform all souls in the journey of life.