Distinctly Trinity School
Truth, Goodness, and Beauty
The mission of Trinity School is to educate students in transitional kindergarten to grade twelve 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.
Trinity is a Christian School. We are thoroughgoing in our Christian faith, but we stand with arms wide open to the world.
Trinity is a classical school, a school that equips students with the wisdom and understanding of those who have gone before us.
Trinity is a school with an unhurried curriculum. We recognize that learning takes time. Sometimes we need to slow down to learn well.
Trinity is a school with a rich curriculum. We think that children, like all of us, have a natural appetite for knowledge and understanding.
Trinity seeks to offer an education in truth, goodness, and beauty. Our students grow in mind, soul, and heart.
Known and Loved
Trinity’s caring teachers and staff and our smaller classes make it possible for each student to be truly known and loved as a unique individual, created in God’s image, with his or her own passions and talents, challenges and strengths.
Class of ‘10
I’m excited Trinity is growing. I was in the first graduating class and I’m happy that there are many more teachers and students in the Upper School. Trinity is still offering Greek, Latin, Robotics, and other special courses but keeping the strong components of Christian life. The teachers are incredible. Trinity continues to hire qualified, talented faculty who enjoy young people and are passionate about teaching.
Parent, Board of Trustees Member, and Chair of the Koinonia Committee
A kindergarten to twelfth grade Trinity education for our daughter has been the best investment my husband and I have ever made. Our daughter has flourished at Trinity School. Her teachers have influenced and shaped not only her strong academic foundation, but more importantly, her character and her love of learning. As a Board member, I have experienced first-hand the integrity and wholehearted devotion of the leadership at this school. I feel privileged to be a part of the Trinity community.
Middle School History Teacher
Class of ‘18
The best thing in my 13-year Trinity life has been the relationships with the classmates I have studied, played, learned, and laughed with for a little over a decade. These friends are some of the best people I have ever known. My relationships with my teachers have meant so much to me. Middle and Upper School can be very hard times for students, and being able to simply have casual conversations with your teachers helps to lighten the load. I hope that future students will be able to enjoy these kinds of relationships..