Board of Trustees
Like most independent schools, Trinity is led by a Board of Trustees and the Head of School, each with distinct and complementary responsibilities that promote the school's goals and visions for the future.
At Trinity, the Board of Trustees is a volunteer group whose membership includes current parents and community representatives. Each Trustee is elected to a three-year term. Board members keep their eyes on the big picture, while leaving day-to-day operations to the Head of School. The Board offers the financial expertise and vision necessary to keep the school healthy for years to come. In short, the Board holds Trinity "in trust" for future generations of students and families.
The Parent Council is a volunteer group that supports Trinity Episcopal School and its core values through various programs, activities and events. The Parent Council is run by parent volunteers and exists to serve the entire Trinity community. Every Trinity Parent is a member.
The Council welcomes volunteers throughout the year to help with programs and events. If you are a current parent, details about these opportunities can be found by clicking 'parent' in the upper right corner of any webpage.
We invite you to attend Parent Council meetings which are held on campus monthly. At each meeting, there will be a representative from the school to provide an update or to educate the parent community on a timely subject.