To see Trinity is to know Trinity. As our head of school Chip Denton says, “You really have to see Trinity School to know it. Trinity is, at heart, a community of learners. We know and love one another, challenge and question one another; we celebrate one another's gifts and bear one another’s burdens. We’d love for you to experience Trinity for yourself.”
We have gathered some fast facts here, but we really want to show you Trinity in person! So come visit us. Attend one of our Tour and Information Sessions. Chat with some of our teachers or administrators. Call one of our parents. Ask around the community and see what sort of school Trinity is. And be sure to read the materials and links we have on this website.
Leo, our mascot, has many fans on campus!
"Not to us, O Lord, not to us, but to your name give glory."
Non nobis, domine
("Not to us, Lord")
Blue and Gold
Trinity School is located at 4011 Pickett Road in Durham, North Carolina. Trinity’s 22-acre campus is bordered by the New Hope Creek nature corridor and trail connecting the Jordan Reservoir property and Duke Forest.
- Where is Trinity’s campus located?
- What facilities does Trinity have?
- What grades are taught at Trinity?
- What are Trinity’s school hours?
- How many students are enrolled at Trinity?
- What are the class sizes at Trinity?
- What is the faculty-to-student ratio at Trinity?
- How does Trinity provide a safe and secure campus?
- How does Trinity view diversity and inclusion?
- Is Trinity accredited?
- Where do Trinity graduates attend college?
- What is flexible tuition?
- What are Trinity’s 2019–2020 flexible tuition rates?
- How does Trinity’s transitional kindergarten differ from kindergarten?
- What makes 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 organization at Trinity?
- How is Trinity governed?
- How can I learn more about Trinity?