Partners in Learning



The mission of Trinitas Christian School’s Development Office is to advance the school’s mission, vision, and goals by establishing a program of relationship building and communication to secure the friends and funds for current and future needs.


From its inception in 1999, Trinitas has been blessed with friends and family who have, in faith, given generously so that children in the Pensacola area could be provided an excellent classical education founded upon a Biblical worldview.  We are blessed and thankful that each year, the school has grown as more and more people have caught the vision of changing the culture in which we live and have given graciously to Trinitas.

Financial support to Trinitas not only provides for the immediate needs of the students and faculty, it can also be used to provide future needs as Trinitas continues to grow.  Your annual gifts are used today for students, faculty, and curriculum programs.   Your planned capital gifts are used to build an endowment, to decrease debt, and to build facilities to ensure Trinitas’ future.

The Annual Fund

Each fiscal year, from July 1 through June 30, Trinitas seeks support of its family and friends to ensure the needs of the children, faculty, and school are met

during the school year.  Without this support, tuition would be significantly higher.

We ask those who share the Trinitas vision to partner with the School by helping to provide those things that are vitally important to the education of our students.  Annual support provides scholarships and financial aid to the children, gives support to the faculty, and provides the ongoing needs of the school.  There are two funds set up to support annual donations.

The goal this year is to raise $75,000 to the Annual Fund.  Monthly gifts as little as $10 or as much as $300 make a difference in the lives of the students and the education they receive.

The Annual Fund helps provide:025

  • Increase teacher’s salaries
  • Assist in stabilizing tuition
  • Upgrades in the computer lab
  • Replacement of textbooks and additional library books
  • Teacher training
  • New Equipment for the Science and Math Labs
  • Curriculum supplies
  • Athletic programs
  • Fine Arts programs
  • Transportation Issues
  • Building Maintenance

The Scholarship Fund

Trinitas is committed to ensuring that lack of money will not prohibit students of like-minded families from attending. This year, a goal of $25,000 has been set to help families provide their child with a classical, Christ-centered education, preparing them to change today’s culture and become the leaders of tomorrow.

Your gift to any of the school’s funds helps Trinitas by coming along side of like-minded families in Northwest Florida pursue a Christ-centered education, emphasizing His Lordship over all areas of life.

All gifts can be designated or undesignated, as you wish.  All gifts are tax-deductible.

Building Fund

On November 6, 2004, Trinitas Christian School dedicated its building at 3301 E Johnson Avenue.  Prior to moving into the present facility, Trinitas was graciously received at a local church.  Today, Trinitas is at near capacity.  Some of the annual events, such as the Night of Recitation, must be moved to a different venue so that all may attend.

With the thought of the present and future in mind, the Board established the Building Fund.  Currently there is a debt of $1,500,000.  Donations to this fund will help eliminate the debt, purchase adjacent property to the facility on Johnson Avenue, and secure facilities for expanding the school to Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties.

The purchase of the adjacent property will facilitate the development of the athletic fields for soccer/football, softball/baseball programs, and to provide necessary parking resulting from increased enrollment.

Since children come to Trinitas from the three counties in Northwest Florida, there has been a desire to secure facilities for sites in both Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties as well as maintain our Pensacola campus.  Securing such facilities and starting programs in these areas, our aim “to graduate young men and women who think clearly and listen carefully with discernment and understanding; who reason persuasively and articulate precisely; who are capable of evaluating their entire range of experience in the light of Scripture; and who do so with eagerness, in joyful submission to God” would be further expanded.

“I love what we’re doing at Trinitas.  I have invested heavily monetarily and with time.”  -a Trinitas parent