Additional Funding Sources
There are a few opportunities for additional scholarship support in addition to flexible tuition. A family does not have to qualify for flexible tuition at Trinity School in order to apply. Please see below for more information about the criteria and application process for these scholarships which is separate from the TADS application.
Community Scholarships for Students of Color
From its start 26 years ago, Trinity has aspired to be a richly diverse school that welcomes all who value a high-quality education within a thoughtful, ecumenical framework of Christian faith and conviction. Our community of learners is growing, and we want to do all we can to ensure that Trinity’s student body reflects the diversity of the greater Durham and Chapel Hill area.
We are pleased to offer the Community Scholarships for Students of Color for applicants to grades 6–11 who have strong academic records, love to learn and desire to be fully involved in their school’s community, in addition to demonstrating high levels of integrity, character, and leadership. Each year, scholarship recipients will be awarded up to $2,500 toward tuition. Scholarship awards are renewable each year until graduation, provided that the student remains in good academic and personal standing.
If you are interested in applying for this award, your school guidance counselor or principal should submit the Community Scholarship Nomination Form no later than January 15, 2021. If you have any questions, Please contact Karman Kent, Trinity’s Director of Enrollment Management, at 919-402-8262, ext. 1503 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trinity School is a participant in three North Carolina programs that expand school choice for eligible students in kindergarten through grade 12. The Opportunity Scholarship (up to $4,200 per year), the Disabilities Grant (up to $4,000 per semester), and the Education Savings Account can help cover private or independent school tuition and required fees.
To learn more, please visit ncseaa.edu/K-12Grants.
The Cook Young Scholars Program
The Cooke Young Scholars Program is open to current 7th grade students through The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. It is a five-year, pre-college program which helps students maximize their high school experience and prepare to enroll in a highly selective college. Some Young Scholars receive support in the form of assistance with private school tuition. More information about the Young Scholars Program is available here, and the application platform is available at apply.jkcf.org.
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