For College and University Representatives
Trinity School welcomes visits from college and university representatives. We hope you will be able to include us in your plans for the Triangle area.
Trinity’s Upper School features a rich and engaging curriculum of honors and college-prep courses that emphasize depth, open inquiry, and exploration within the framework of Christian faith and conviction. Our students focus on big questions and core understandings and competencies in courses that foster increasingly sophisticated independent thought, reflection, investigation, and expression. Complementing our core academic studies are a wide variety of arts, robotics, and service-learning electives, as well as athletic teams in nine sports.
Please click on the icon below or look for Trinity School on SCOIR to schedule time to meet our students and learn more about what our school offers. Visits are set for 30 minutes. If you have any difficulties scheduling a time to come to Trinity, please contact Director of College Counseling, Karman Kent.
Trinity School is on the border of Durham and Chapel Hill, situated just minutes away from Durham Academy and the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and within 30 minutes of Cary Academy and Ravenscroft School.
We look forward to your visit! Until then, safe travels!
The Arc of a Trinity Education
Trinity’s alumni are thriving in colleges and universities across the country, and many are now working in fields such as education, finance, marketing, and banking, making a difference in their communities.
Our graduates have received over $18 million in merit awards including four Morehead-Cain Scholars and a Park Scholar finalist. Additional awards include a Teaching Fellows Scholarship; a Faculty Scholarship at Whitworth University; a David Bittle Scholarship at Roanoke College; an ROTC Scholarship at Davidson College; a Trustee Scholarship at Loyola Marymount; US Naval Academy appointments, and a US Air Force Academy Appointment. Our students have earned 7 Division I athletic scholarships; 18 Governor’s School placements; and National Merit commended/semi-finalist/finalist scholarships.