How to Apply
Okay, so you're ready to start the application process. That's great! We look forward to meeting your family and showing you how Trinity delivers rigorous academics, fosters critical thinking, embraces creativity and—above all—serves each child, each day. Follow the steps below to get started.
1. Complete the Inquiry Form.
An online inquiry creates your applicant user profile so you can log into the Admission Portal (Step #3) and complete your application. It also provides us with some basic information about your family, so we can better understand your particular needs.
2. Visit our campus.
You never know if a school is right for you until you get on campus. We have a variety of admission events suited for your particular needs, from open houses to small group meetings. Plus, you are always welcome to schedule a personal tour at a time that works best for your family.
3. Apply via the Admission Portal.
After completing the Inquiry Form (Step #1), you will receive an email containing login credentials for the Admission Portal. Complete all steps within the portal to submit your application.
Request More Information
Not quite ready to apply? Our admissions team would be happy help you schedule a tour or provide information on topics like testing or financial assistance. Email Vicki Ainsworth, Director of Admissions, or Stacey England, Admissions Associate, to learn more.
|JAN 20||Admission Testing, Kindergarten|
|JAN 26||Lower School (Grades K-4) Application Deadline|
|JAN 27||Admission Testing, Grades K & 1|
|FEB 3||Admission Testing, Grades 2-4|
Admission Make-up Testing, Grades K-4;
Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE), Grades 5-8
|FEB 15||Middle School (Grades 5-8) Application Deadline|
We joyfully and intentionally admit qualified students regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, physical disability, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, physical disability, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation in the administration of any policies or programs generally accorded or made available to students at the schools.