Apply Here

We are very happy that you are interested in having your child(ren) attend our school!

Our school has begun open enrollment for new students and we are excited and hopeful that your child(ren) will be able to become a part of our BT Family.  Please click on the link referenced below in order to begin the formal application process.  For your convenience, the 9-step instruction process is referenced as well.

The moment we are in receipt of your completed information, we will be able to finalize our file and provide it to our Enrollment Committee for review.  Upon completion of the review process, you will be contacted to schedule a screening for your child(ren) and we will be happy to provide you with a tour of our campus and answer any further questions you may have at that time. 
All new students will be screened upon applying for admission. A non-refundable testing fee of $30.00 in cash will be charged.

  1. Go to Rediker
  2. Click Apply Now
  3. ​Create an account using the parent name and email.
  4. Click Create Account Now.
  5. Click on drop-down menu to choose grade child is entering.
  6. Click on drop-down menu to select the correct school year for which you are applying. 
  7. Applicant's last name is the student last name.
  8. Click "Next."
  9. If there are more students, click "Add New Applicant."

Documents Required

Admission to Blessed Trinity for new students is made through formal registration. At this time, the following items must be presented:

  • Completed registration forms

  • Birth Certificate (copy)

  • Baptismal Certificate (copy)

  • Emergency Contact Form Completed

  • Social Security Number

  • Records from any previous schools attended

  • School Entry Health Exam Form DH3040 or Physical Exam completed by a Florida licensed physician or Florida State/County Health Department

  • Department of Health Immunizations Certificate DH680 (For more information visit the Florida Health School Immunizations Website) NOTE: An exemption from immunization requirements is permissible only with a physician’s certification as to the need for either a temporary or permanent medical exemption. An exemption from immunization requirements is not permissible for religious, philosophical, personal, or other reasons.