K-12 On One Campus

Trinity provides a school home for every stage of development:

Fewer, more carefully planned transitions

Opportunities to “know and be known”

Continuity of instruction from one grade/division to the next

Room for acceleration when ready

Modeling and Service

  • Student athletes invite school-wide participation and model sportsmanship. In eighth grade, qualified students are eligible for varsity or junior varsity sports.
  • Student musicians play for fellow students at chapel or assemblies to fuel their aspirations.
  • Carpool helpers and summer camp counselors engage the younger students.
  • Peer tutors serve in the writing lab and math lab.

Collaborative Experiences

  • Seniors produce a Model Congress to role-play the legislative process, while the eighth-grade civics class serves as the press corps.
  • Second graders conduct a pond/stream study investigating cycles in nature, with the assistance of the AP Environmental Science class.
  • “Strings Buddies” share their love of music as upper school students help young mentees with bowing techniques, rehearsal disciplines, and performance-night nerves.
  • Educational internships for juniors and seniors allow students to explore careers in education, partnered with a Lower School teacher who serves as a mentor for a semester or for a full year.

A 2019 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence

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In January, TCS Senior Tim Park became the first Trinity student to ever receive an appointment to the four major U.S. military service academies. Tim applied to the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and the U.S. Naval Academy. After learning of his appointment to West Point, Tim had the opportunity to share his story with several local and national news channels!
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