Trinity Christian Academy is governed by a Board of Trustees with the primary function of acting as the guardian of the mission of the school, to develop the major institutional governance policies, to hire and evaluate the Head of School as its single employee, and to be responsible for the institutional welfare, financial viability, and stability of the school.

The Board appoints out of its membership such standing committees and other ad hoc committees as it may deem necessary for the performance of its duties. No more than one half of the Board shall be members of the same denomination at any time.

The Board is self-perpetuating, with a systematic Board-appointed nomination and election process in place to fill vacancies resulting from the expiration of terms. The executive leadership of the school is the responsibility of the Head of School.

My wife and I visited Trinity for the first time during an Open House.  We had a few friends at church whose children were already attending Trinity, but didn’t know a great deal about the school at the time.  In preparing for our son to start Kindergarten, we visited several school open houses – Trinity was the last one we visited. We knew immediately that Trinity was the place God had led us to.  I remember hearing someone at Open House say, “At TCA, we will not teach your children they can do anything – we  teach them to pursue God and what He has designed for them to be in life.” This is exactly what we want for our children.

As TCA parents we are constantly in awe of the excellence the teachers and staff bring every day.  We truly feel that we have a partner in TCA as they strive to help us ensure our children have a biblical foundation and worldview in every facet of learning and growth.

Trinity Christian Academy has come a long way since a small group of families over 34 years ago prayed about forming a Christian school that would serve Christian families and their churches. Through it all, TCA has held firm to its mission of assisting Christian families by providing a Biblically-directed and academically excellent education. Pressing forward, we are currently in the midst of a 1,000-day vision plan that is aimed at enhancing how we (1) communicate with our families, (2) serve as a Light for Christ in the community, (3) remain mission-focused, (4) embrace innovation, (5) benchmark teacher salaries, and (6) tell our story.

I hope you will take time to look over our website and begin to discover what makes TCA distinctively different.  More importantly, I hope you will take the time to visit and see for yourself. Experience firsthand the difference of a purposeful, discipleship-modeled school striving to “Train Young Champions for Christ”.

Fancher Sargent
TCA Board of Trustees Chair


  • Fancher Sargent, President
  • Clay Crockett
  • Bo Lawrence
  • Brian Walker
  • Herron Yarbrough
  • Justin Miller
  • Chad Wilson
  • Nathan Plunk
  • Michael Page


TCA has passed the halfway point of its strategic 1000 Day Plan! We are excited to continually strive for excellence in all things TCA.



  • Brad Anderson
  • Jeff Becker
  • Charles Byrd
  • John Campbell
  • Becky Chaplin
  • Carl Chaplin
  • John Cole
  • Jim Crenshaw
  • Jim Diffee
  • James Dusenberry
  • JD Favara
  • Grady Flack
  • Bob Freese
  • Sam Gregory
  • Aaron Grissom
  • Kelly Harris
  • Earl Henning
  • Mike Hewitt
  • Ron Hill
  • Mary Hubbard
  • Tom Hubbard
  • Kim Johnson
  • Scott Lackey
  • Mark Lane
  • Steve Vos
  • John Williams
  • Ford Williams
  • Bo Lawrence
  • Frank Lawrence
  • Mark Layne
  • Gary Lockhart
  • Vincent Matlock
  • Clay McCormack
  • Pat McGrath
  • Larry Murphy
  • Nancy Nanney
  • Carla Nichols
  • James Page
  • Houston Payne
  • Pepper Pratt
  • Paul Priddy
  • Neal Rager
  • Judy Rice
  • Tommy Rice
  • Jeremy Ross
  • Tim Smith
  • Jim Strait
  • Tony Taylor
  • Fran Thomas
  • Roger Ulselton
  • Bill Williamson
  • Tim Wilson
  • JD Favara
  • Will Weddington
  • Bart Walls