Welcome, International Students!
Welcome to the Holy Trinity community! We are happy you are interested in learning more about our school.
Holy Trinity is recognized by the Student Exchange and Visitor Program (SEVP) as a SEVIS approved school with the ability to issue I-20 forms. An I-20 form from Holy Trinity will allow you to obtain a United States F-1 Student Visa. We are able to accept International students who are proficient in English, meet the academic requirements for admission and provide the school with a bank-verified financial statement.
Offering a robust STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) program and 29 Advanced Placement classes, Holy Trinity provides international students with their best opportunities for placement in American colleges and universities. While at Holy Trinity, non-native English speakers will strengthen their oral and written English skills, and will receive one-on-one college counseling to help them explore a world of college options, including scholarships. See our list of recent international college acceptances.
Our gated, private school is located in the quiet, coastal city of Melbourne, Florida. Our Upper School campus is home to approximately 590 students in grades 7-12. Student safety is of the utmost importance at Holy Trinity and the school employs a full-time Brevard County Sheriff’s deputy during school hours.
An I-20 form will be issued from Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy when all requirements for admission are met and you have been accepted to our school. A non-refundable deposit, as well as a signed tuition contract, must be received prior to an I-20 being issued. Please contact Dr. Sarah Berry, Director of International Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org for tuition and deposit information. Please see the wiring instructions.
International Student Homestay Application
For all inquires of international students in need of homestay, please complete your admission application at Cambridge Network.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy is located in Melbourne, Florida, a small coastal city with a population of approximately 80,000. Home to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and many high-tech and aerospace industries, the area attracts highly educated, professional workforce.
Melbourne is also home toFlorida Institute of Technology, rankedone of the top 200 four-year colleges and universities in the country among the nearly 1,400 ranked by “U.S. News& World Report.”
With warm, sunny, weather year-round, beautiful Atlantic Ocean beaches and scenic waterways, Melbourne ranks 29thout of 125 best places to live in the United States by the same publication.
Although it has all the historic charm and family-friendly atmosphere of a small town, Melbourne is just one hour from world-renowned Orlando attractions including Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando.