Blue House Preschool

Preschoolers are hands-on, energetic, and full of questions. That's why we created a learning environment to be exactly that, built on the latest research and common sense.

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More affordable than you might think.

Over the last three years, every single family who demonstrated need received assistance, with an average award of 50% of tuition and fees. We want a socioeconomically diverse community!

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Dedicated faculty keep kids at the center.

Our teachers, support team, and specialists make the difference! We put students at the center of the classroom as well as every decision we make.

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The right mix of rigor and play.

School should be challenging to unlock each child’s full potential, but it also should be fun! Our K-8 model lets kids be kids while developing as leaders.

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Chapel every day.

We are a community grounded in faith, teaching our kids how to be exceptional students and stewards in the world beyond Trinity.

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Discovering talents, unlocking potential.

We offer a wide range of courses and activities beyond the core curriculum, enabling students to explore new interests and develop new passions.

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Students lead a prayer chant during a Chapel service celebrating Diwali

Celebrating and including everyone.

For our children to be successful and productive citizens in our ever-changing world, they must learn to explore, understand and value others in a safe, nurturing and diverse environment.

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Building character and connections.

Trinity is not just a school — it' a community! We foster a culture of caring that builds meaningful relationships among students, faculty, and families.

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logo for Annie Jr.

by Michelle Escuder

A director's note about Annie, how the show has impacted me personally, and how I adapted it to find a place for a cast and crew of more than 50 students.

The Promise of Good Soil

by Pastor Adam Varner

A school is like soil. When the conditions are right, it’s a place where not just students but every member of the community can grow and be nurtured. Being part of the Trinity community means making a promise to do our very best to be good soil for each other, so we all can flourish.

Read more of Pastor Adam's thoughts about the promise of our new campus expansion, plus his misguided attempts at gardening as a young child.

Trinity Robotics Team Concludes Historic Season

In March, Trinity's FIRST® LEGO® League robotics club concluded a historic season, advancing all the way to the Texas state competition held in Stafford, TX on March 11, 2023. The program also saw its highest participation ever, fielding four teams: Bussin' Bots, Prometheans, Robosapiens, and Time Traveling Tornadoes.

By The Numbers



Students per class on average



Student to teacher ratio; teachers supported by fellows and specialists



Students enrolled in PK–8 in 2021-2022



Years of world languages, starting in kindergarten



Chapel services a week



Community service hours by middle schoolers in 20-21



Healthy meals served to students annually



Pounds of produce composted monthly.



High schools attended by the Class of 2021.



Acres of campus in southwest Austin, Texas



Student to computer ratio



Elective options, ranging from choir to journalism to robotics.

Our Mission

We will nurture each child academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually. We will honor each child's spirit for learning and life, ever mindful that we are all children of God.

Core Values

Christian Foundation  |  Enriched Academic Excellence  |  Diverse Community  |  Commitment to Family

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My Trinity

"I feel like Trinity has helped me a lot because they always know where to place me. Like in Extensions, you’re getting instruction on your level. They give you extra help or maybe stretch you in subjects where you're doing really well."

Sydney P.
Trinity Class of 2024

"The teachers here are great. They teach very well and support you and want you to succeed. They make that really clear and that’s nice to see. I have never been to a school like Trinity where every single teacher has known and cared for me. My favorite teacher has been my history teacher, Ms. Cavazos. She pushed me to my absolute limit and respected my ideas."

Hudson K.
Trinity Class of 2024

"When I made the switch from Trinity to high school, it was a really good exercise. By the time I was ready to decide where I wanted to go to college, I already thought about where I saw myself and where I fit in the world, and so it was kind of an easy decision for me."

Harrison Donovan
Trinity Class of 2017

"I never thought I would be one of those people who would be standing on a stage singing in the musicals, and I found that in myself. That helped me with public speaking and with learning how to navigate the world better. All the teachers and coaches take the time to foster whatever you’re interested in. It was so good for my confidence and my growth. I went into high school ready to stand up for myself, and I felt confident that I could try new things."

Claudia Whittlesey
Trinity Class of 2015

"When you get to high school where the grades matter more for your future and college, that's when it became really easy for me. I think Trinity paved the way for me and showed me the right path — especially in math."

RJ Latkowski
Trinity Class of 2017

"I think there's the right amount of challenge. I don't think any more is beneficial for students because then it just creates stress but you're not actually making that student smarter or better able to handle a workload. You're just adding anxiety around school, which will backfire."

Kate Kadyan
Trinity Class of 2018

"I used to be a teacher, and Trinity is everything I would hope for and want from a school. It felt like home from the moment we stepped on the campus. Our son genuinely, absolutely adores this school. It's the first time we have felt that he is safe no matter where he is on this campus. But not just safe — loved."

Kim Katner
Trinity Parent

"It's a place truly engaged with the whole child. There's depth to the learning; there's seamlessness to the learning. They’re prompting students to look beyond the classroom in a way that I don't see at other schools."

Dr. Anthony Brown
Trinity parent, former classroom teacher, and professor in the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin
The Burnett Family

"There’s an electricity on the campus between the teachers, the students, and the families that is completely captivating."

Mark Burnett
Trinity parent

"Trinity is a fabulous school with a warmth and inclusiveness unmatched by any other school environment in Austin! We don't know how the teachers and staff do it all and make it look so seamless and easy, but we are so grateful to know our kids are getting the best possible education socially, emotionally, and academically.”

Johanna Peyton
Trinity parent

"I remember the day that I interviewed to work here, going home and saying ‘I don’t know if I got that job, but I do know that’s where I want my child to go to school.’ I've taught in a lot of places, both public and private, and the degree to which the faculty and staff know the children here is something I’ve never seen before at any of my other jobs."

Suzi Herrington
Instructional Support Specialist

"I’ve been teaching for over 20 years and have taught at other schools. Trinity has been the best in terms of being supported and helping me teach the best that I can. In kindergarten and first grade, the kids are learning how to learn. There’s this bubble of energy, and you can’t help but be harnessed by that. I feel blessed to be a part of it."

Tom Mitchell
First Grade Teacher

"Trinity carves out a lot of money for professional development, which enables me to make connections, find resources, and implement ideas that don’t exist on campus yet, so we can get better together as a community. There's a culture here that is constantly learning and challenging, and our classrooms keep moving further and further away from the teacher lecturing to the students leading."

Rebecca Dittmar
Lower School Music Teacher

"It’s just so much fun! There’s so much joy and so much excitement. Kindergarten is the first time they get to come to school, and I get to be a part of that, and it makes me feel very lucky.”

Jordan Williams
Kindergarten Teacher

"I started as a staff member for Horizons AustinTrinity, Trinity's summer program that serves students at high-risk of not finishing high school. All of the teachers I met kept talking about how great a place this was and how I should join full-time. Later, I had a chance to see glimpses of the excellent school culture, and I wanted to be a part of it.”

Chris Ernest
Middle School Dean of Students
Co-Executive Director of Horizons AustinTrinity



Non-Discrimination Policy

Trinity Episcopal School admits qualified students regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, physical disability, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation. It does 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 school.