Trinity Episcopal School

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

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All eighth graders participate in Innov8, a three-week capstone class which guides the students through problem finding, researching, testing, and creating realistic plans for the issues they are tackling. Students form like-minded teams, and are encouraged to focus on a specific problem or frustration that they've encountered. Students then follow a design-thinking loop to understand the needs of those impacted by that problem,  create a real solution, then learn, improve, fail, research and cycle through the process again.


Extensions is a model used in grade levels within both the Lower School and Middle School with the objective of ensuring that regular protected time is allocated for all students for strategic academic differentiation and support. Key to the model is flexible use of personnel, as multiple teachers/specialists are assigned to the Extensions block so that students can receive targeted and specialized instruction around key learning goals.


Inquiry Seminar is a fourth grade course that provides students with an opportunity to learn with purpose, and strategically develop questions that lead to a greater understanding of their perspectives and others.  In doing so, they are beginning the process of recognizing the status quo and challenging assumptions that exist in their world. They accomplish this by using a variety of resources, learning to evaluate them for credibility and reliability, developing a critical eye in the process. Students learn to use information to answer questions, as well as create meaningful understanding of the information. Communicating and reflecting upon this is the culminating piece that results in students developing an understanding of the research process.


STEM is a project-based workshop in which students address engineering questions and technological solutions that emphasize research and problem solving. Students use knowledge acquired in their mathematics and science classes to support their explorations. This is a great class for students interested in hands-on learning, as students build everything from a race-car to a robot in order to learn about concepts including electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and robotics. 


The advisory program is an important piece of student life in the Middle School at Trinity. The purpose of advisory is to support and help each student develop academically, emotionally, and socially throughout the middle school years. The advisor honors each student's spirit for learning and life. The program promotes school spirit and a sense of community. It fosters positive social interactions, moral and ethical decision-making, and respect for self, community, and the world. 

Each grade level in the Middle School has five to six advisories, which consist of one teacher and ten to twelve students each. The advisor is the main liaison between home and school and is the personal and academic coach of each advisee. Advisories meet together for approximately 25 minutes each day, periodically at lunch, and at other specially scheduled times. Students eat snacks as an advisory group and do activities that range from fun and games, to social and emotional lessons, to study and organizational skill-building and academic reflection.  Occasionally, grade levels use this time for community meetings and other special events. 

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We believe that the study of visual and performing arts is a vital component of a well-rounded education.


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