Enrollment Info

EdChoice Accepted!


How does your registration process work?
Please call our school office at 330-399-7642 and let us know that you want to register your child(ren). We will gather your information and send you an email with the next steps in the registration process.
Do you offer Financial Aid?

Yes! We realize that a private education can be expensive. That’s why we are happy to work with parents to identify scholarships such as the EdChoice and EdChoice expansion that your child(ren) may be eligible for.

Please visit our Financial Aid page here for more information!


Is Holy Trinity eligible for EdChoice?

Holy Trinity is eligible for both EdChoice and EdChoice expansion scholarships. 

What are Tuition and Fees?

Our tuition structure differs for our Pre-School and K-6 programs. Please see the below diagram for more information on tuition and fees,

What Is Your Initial Enrollment Policy?
  1. Preschool – Children 3 years of age by August 1st and potty trained. Children may be enrolled under special circumstances as approved by the Preschool Director and Administration.
  2. Kindergarten – Children entering Kindergarten should be five years of age by August 1st. All incoming kindergarteners will be screened to determine readiness.Because children at this age come from all types of circumstances, learning environments, and have individual academic and social emotional needs we require all children to master the basic kindergarten skills in the Young Fives Program to move to Advanced Kindergarten. This includes, but is not limited to: selfcare, consistently identifying numbers and letters (lowercase and capital,) basic phonics, basic writing skills, following directions and showing respect for self, the teachers, and others. Children may need to take a full year of the Young Fives Curriculum and another year for the Advanced Kindergarten where Reading, Writing, Math skills, and stamina for learning will be nurtured and will be the main focus to be ready for the 1st grade curriculum. Some children will complete the Young Fives and the Advanced Kindergarten in one school year.
  3. First grade – Children entering Grade 1 must be six years of age by August 1st . First graders are also assessed for readiness.

Admission Inquiry

Tuition & Fees

Academy Tuition Rates

Annual Tuition



Monthly Tuition


(10-Month Payment Plan: August – May)

Academy Fees

Ed-Choice Materials Fee

An initial, one-time $100.00 book and materials fee is charged for EdChoice students.

$100.00 /

One Time

Evaluation Fee

An initial, one-time fee to conduct an evaluation on all incoming students. Due at time of evaluation.

$50.00 /
One Time

Fundraising Fee

$100.00 /

Annual (per Family)

Registration Fee

$100.00 / Annual (Per Student)

Miscellaneous Fees

Late Pickup Fee


Returned Check Fee


Preschool Tuition Rates

Using a 10-Month payment plan (August – May)

5 Full Days

$380 /Month

3 Full Days

$247 /Month

5 Half Days


3 Half Days

$136 / Month

These rates are based on full-year enrollments.  We have a wonderful, year-long preschool curriculum that strategically prepares young children for kindergarten.

Accordingly, these rates are priced for full year enrollment.  For mid-year or month-to-month add 15%.  Class availability may depend on enrollment.

Preschool Deposits and Fees

Due at registration to hold student’s place in class


A one-month deposit holds your place in the class.  This deposit will be used as your last tuition payment in May.

Supply Fee

$30.00 / Annual

Registration Fee

$60.00 / Annual

Optional Additional HALF DAY

$10 / Per Day

Morning and After Care

Morning and After Care may be available, upon request and subject to staff availability, to enrolled students based on a $10.00 / hour rate and must be paid and scheduled in advance. This is in addition to the standard academy and preschool tuition.

Definition and Terms of Fees

Deposit (Academy): There is no longer a deposit required for our Academy.  Tuition payments for the Academy begin in August and are non-refundable in case of early withdrawal.

Deposit (Preschool): A one-month’s earnest payment (deposit) is due at registration to hold your student’s place in class. This deposit will be used as your last tuition payment in May and is not refundable in case of cancellation or withdrawal.

EdChoice Materials Fee: An initial, one-time book and materials fee is charged for EdChoice students. This is a small percentage to help purchase student books and materials before the State of Ohio makes its first EdChoice scholarship payment in late October.

Fundraising Fee: An annual, fundraising buy-out fee has been implemented for students enrolling after May 17, 2018. This fundraising fee helps everyone by eliminating several small fundraisers we used to have every year.  Fundraisers like bowl-a-thons, selling candy bars and coupon books can be exhausting and cumbersome for many families and the staff.  With this buy-out fee, chores like these can now be a thing of the past and surely more equitable for everyone involved.  Further details on fundraising can be found in the student handbook.

Preschool Activity Supply Fee: This modest fee is used to cover the costs of classroom supplies.

Registration Fee: An annual, non-refundable registration fee is due at the time of registration for all students.  This helps cover the administrative costs involved in the registration process.

Tuition Payments and Due Dates: The family assumes responsibility for payment of tuition. Payments are due on the 1st of each month according to your payment plan, and have a 15-day grace period.  A $15.00 late-fee will be applied to payments made after the grace period.  Payments should be mailed, or brought to the school office by parents and not sent with students.

For billing questions please contact our treasurer, Fred Anzivino at treasurer@www.htocaap.org.

Racial Nondiscriminatory Policies

(3301-39-04 Sec. A [3] [5] and Sec. B[1])

The governing board of Holy Trinity Orthodox Christian Academy Inc located at 175 Laird Ave NE in Warren, OH has adopted the following racial nondiscriminatory policies:

“The Holy Trinity Orthodox Christian Academy School recruits and admits students of any race color, or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational programs and athletics/extracurricular activities. Furthermore, the school is not intended to be an alternative to court or administrative agency ordered, or public school district initiated desegregation. Holy Trinity Orthodox Christian Academy will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the hiring of its certified or non-certified personnel.”