Applications for the 2018-19 school year will be available on September 1st. 

If you missed our Admission Breakfasts, please call our Admission Office at (305) 259-1148 or register for one of our Info Sessions or After-School Campus Tours.

The Application
To apply to Palmer Trinity School, click on the APPLY button above and follow the steps carefully. The candidate statement needs to be completed by the student, and the parent statement needs to be completed by the parent.

There are three recommendations and a transcript release form which must be submitted electronically by the student’s current school. Parents are responsible for requesting the recommendations and transcripts through School Recs.
  • School Evaluation
  • English Teacher Recommendation
  • Math Teacher Recommendation
  • Transcript Release Form
These electronic recommendations will be available to you once you submit your online application to Palmer Trinity School. The recommender's first and last name, as well as their email addresses will be necessary for recommendation submission.

Once an application is submitted, the Admission Office will contact you to set up the student’s personal interview/day on campus. Due to limited space, make sure your child’s online application is submitted prior to the deadline.
There are no paper applications to Palmer Trinity. All prospective applicants must apply online. You will be able to track your application process by clicking on the TRACK button.
Early Decision
Early Decision at Palmer Trinity School is designed for prospective students and parents who know that Palmer Trinity is their first choice for school. Students will complete the application process prior to November 15th and will be notified of the Admission Committee’s decision on or before December 5th. Students applying under Early Decision will need to register for the ISEE Admission Exam on November 5th.

ISEE School Code: 101055

Students accepted under Early Decision will be required to sign an enrollment contract and submit a $3000.00 non-refundable deposit prior to December 12th. Since Early Decision is binding, if you are applying for financial aid you will need to apply under Regular Admission.

Regular Admission
Regular Admission at Palmer Trinity School is designed for prospective students and parents who are applying to multiple schools. Students will complete the application process prior to January 15th and will be notified of the Admission Committee’s decision on March 1st. Students applying under Regular Admission can register for the  ISEE  or the SSAT admission tests.

ISEE School Code: 101055
SSAT School Code: 5652

Please identify Palmer Trinity School as a score recipient. Students applying to grades 10 or 11 may submit results of the PSAT, SAT or ACT in lieu of the ISEE or SSAT.

To schedule testing after the deadlines, or to schedule testing with accommodations, please call or email Your School and College Connector, Inc. (786) 372-8378 or

Testing for Foreign Students
If you are living outside of Miami and studying in an English curriculum, please visit the ISEE or SSAT websites to schedule your admission test at a test site near you. If you are in a non-English speaking curriculum, you do not need to sit for the ISEE or the SSAT. The English Proficiency Test, as well as a Math Placement, will be given to all applicants in a non-English curriculum. Please contact our office directly to schedule these tests. 

Decision Process
An Admission Committee reviews all applications. The Committee is comprised of faculty from all grade-levels, division heads and members of the admission staff. All applicants' academic and personal information is reviewed carefully in order to make the best admission decision for each student. Inevitably, as is the case every year, there will be more applications than spaces available. Decisions are emailed to each family directly from the Director of Admission.

8001 SW 184 Street, Miami, FL 33157
Tel: 305.251.2230 | Fax: 305.251.2917
An independent, college preparatory, co-ed, Episcopal day school serving a community of students grades 6-12.