Educating the whole child.

We offer a forward-thinking, evidence-based curriculum, but we believe education requires more than great academics.

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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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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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Building character and connections.

We foster a culture of caring that builds meaningful relationships among students and parents.

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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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By The Numbers



Students per class on average



Student to teacher ratio; teachers supported by fellows and specialists



Students enrolled in 2020-2021



Years of world languages, starting in kindergarten



Chapel service each day



Community service hours by middle schoolers in 2020-2021



Healthy meals — including vegetarian options — served to students annually



Pounds of produce composted each month in 2019-2020



Number of high schools attended by the Class of 2020, across 6 states



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. 

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My Trinity

"We’ve been Trinity parents for 13 years, and all three of our children have thrived and felt so much confidence here. We are so pleased with how well Trinity has handled the COVID pandemic and virtual learning. We don't feel like our child is missing anything academically during this unprecedented time."

The Donovans
Trinity Family since 2007
Grade 7, Trinity Alumni (2)

"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
Grades 2 & 6

"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.”

The Peytons
Trinity family since 2015
Grades 1, 3, 5

"It’s just so much fun! There’s so much joy; there’s so much excitement. It’s 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
Trinity teacher since 2016

"While working in the Horizons program, I had the pleasure of meeting several Trinity staff members. All of the teachers I met kept talking about how great a place Trinity was and how I should join. As time went on I had the opportunity to see glimpses of the excellent school culture and I wanted to be a part of that.”

Chris Ernest
Middle School Dean of Students



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.