Austin Trinity

An independent K-8 Episcopal day school five miles from the heart of Austin

After the Bell 

After the Bell (ATB) is a comprehensive on site after-school program serving our K-8 students.


ATB – Daily “Drop-in” Programs

Our Daily Programs are available to Trinity K-8 students from 3:40pm to 6:00pm every school day. This is a “drop-in” program with no registration required.  Participating students join our ATB staff after school for snack and choose from a daily menu of activities, with the opportunity to rotate to a second or third activity depending on the length of their stay. The menu regularly includes Study Lab and outdoor recreation, and alternates activity categories such as Creative Arts, Design, Shared Interest Clubs, Legos, Group Sports, Design, and Social/Collaborative pursuits.  

Study Lab provides a supervised environment where our students may focus on coursework, reading, and/or collaborative projects.

With a convenient sign-in/drop-in policy, students may take part in this program on any day of the week, and around other scheduled extracurricular activities.


ENRICHMENT CLASSES                                                                   

Enrichment courses provide additional opportunities for Trinity students to pursue interests in a variety of subjects. Our after school ATB Enrichment courses run on a trimester basis– fall, winter, and spring. Most all of our offerings vary each trimester, but our Strings Ensemble program meets throughout the year. Advance registration is required for all enrichment courses.  


D-LAB

ATB D-Lab is our afternoon maker space and media studio.  Students are given the space, time, and tools to dream, design, and discover. ATB D-Lab is offered on Mondays and Thursdays. Activities include circuitry, sewing, game programming, 3D design and printing, filmmaking, and bringing ideas to life with crafts and recycled materials. See our page for more information.


Rory Hearse
Director of Auxiliary Programs 

512.472-9525 x215

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