2019-2020 Program

Classes are at or nearing capacity for the 2019-2020 academic year, and applicants may be wait-listed. Please contact us prior to submitting an application for current availability.

We are thrilled that TRCA is preparing for our “launch year!” Our first classes will begin in August of 2019 for Kindergarten through 7th Grades.

Class Structure

For the 2019-2020 academic year, TRCA offers the following grades:

  • Kindergarten 
  • Lower Grammar (1st & 2nd)
  • Upper Grammar (3rd, 4th & 5th)
  • Beginning Logic (6th & 7th)

TRCA is considering a preschool program and 8th grade; however, these will take a backseat until we see more demand and/or leadership materialize. Please contact us if you have specific interest in these areas.

TRCA is committed to small classes sizes (8 to 15 students) and will utilize multi-grade classrooms. (more information about multi-grade classrooms coming soon)

Schedule & Calendar

TRCA will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays, with optional enrichment events held on occasional Fridays.

Drop-off time will be between 8:30 and 8:45 (we are exploring an early drop-off option), and pick-up will be at 3:00.

Each day at the academy will include an assembly/chapel period, morning and afternoon break/recess periods, and a lunch period (students bring sack lunches).

The 2019-2020 Academy Calendar is available here.


TRCA is  committed to a thoroughly classical curriculum, built around the Trivium of grammar, logic, and rhetoric. The curriculum will cover all required subjects (i.e., math, science, history, geography, literature & writing). It will also include Bible, Latin, and the arts throughout the curriculum. In the Logic School (middle school), the curriculum will introduce formal logic. And we envision a Rhetoric School (high school) built upon the classic liberal arts, with ample room for the sciences, arts, and vocations. Read more about our curriculum and the 2019-2020 Plan of Instruction here.


During our Launch Year, leadership and administration will be shared by members of the Board of Directors and the Lead Teacher

TRCA also depends on the time, talents, and wisdom of parents and community members. These individuals participate in the Academy’s planning and development through Advisory Groups, which carry out tasks, research issues, and make recommendations to the Board of Directors.