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Fast Facts

Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill is a TK–12, coeducational, independent Christian day school whose mission is to educate students within the framework of Christian faith and conviction, teaching the classical tools of learning, providing a rich yet unhurried curriculum, and communicating truth, goodness, and beauty.

The information below is intended as a guide toward personal contact with the school. We welcome any additional questions and encourage you to call the school office or visit our campus in person.


  • Where is Trinity's campus located?
  • What facilities does Trinity have?
  • Which grades are taught at Trinity?
  • What are Trinity's school hours?
  • How many students attend Trinity?
  • What are the class sizes at Trinity School?
  • What is the student-to-faculty ratio?
  • How does Trinity view diversity?
  • Is Trinity School accredited?
  • What are Trinity's 2017-2018 flexible tuition rates?
  • What is flexible tuition?
  • How does transitional kindergarten differ from kindergarten?
  • How is Trinity's sixth grade unique?
  • Do Trinity students take standardized tests?
  • What sports are offered at Trinity?
  • Does Trinity offer before and after-school programs?
  • Do Trinity students wear uniforms?
  • Is there a parent volunteer organization at Trinity?
  • How is Trinity School governed?
  • How can I request an application?
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