Student Honor Code (Grades 6-12)

Each TCA student is expected to live in a manner that seeks to reflect Biblical values and to develop personal character traits that honor Christ. Being a part of the TCA community is both a privilege and a responsibility for each member. As we jointly seek to honor the Lord, please carefully read, consider, and abide by the following statements:


As a TCA student, I:

  • will take responsibility for my own actions.

  • desire to improve myself and strengthen my relationship with others as I grow in my walk with Christ.

  • will respectfully uphold the standards of TCA as outlined in school policies and this Honor Code.

  • will willingly accept and adhere to school guidelines with a positive spirit and an attitude that communicates a desire to comply.

  • will demonstrate integrity, honesty, truthfulness and trustworthiness.

  • will demonstrate respect for all authority placed over me in word and in action.

  • understand that my behavior, both on campus and off campus and at all times, is a matter of concern to Trinity both for my own well being and as a representative of TCA in the broader community.   

  • understand that any illegal activity, including but not limited to, the use or possession of illegal drugs, possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages, use or possession of any performance enhancement drug, pornography involvement, and/or participation in cyber misconducts may be cause for expulsion or withdrawal from TCA with no prior warnings.

  • understand that cheating and/or plagiarism on any assignment is unacceptable and will result in disciplinary action.

  • will apply Biblical standards to dating and all peer relationships.

  • will demonstrate respect for God, other people, and property.

  • will attempt to encourage and support others to live in a manner that honors God.


For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast.  Ephesians 2:8-9


Revised Nov. 2015