Each month, the Lower School showcases a 3rd or 4th grade student for their prowess and enthusiasm for the visual arts. Here's a recap of our first four Featured Artists of the 2019-2020 school year.
The Annual Trinity Book Festival celebrated reading with a week full of literature appreciation events for students K-8 and their families.
Continuing the year-long commemoration of a milestone, we celebrated on Nov. 8 with a 20th Anniversary Celebration Dinner honoring our entire Trinity community, past and present.
Travel can enrich us with new perspectives, new knowledge, and new experiences. That's why alumni parent Sam McClure co-created the Arzonetti-McClure Fund for Faculty Travel. If you believe in the power of travel, it's the perfect way to support your child’s teachers.
Chapel services this year
Years of world languages
Student to teacher ratio
Graduates accepted into their top-choice high school
Acres of campus in southwest Austin, Texas
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We toured 11 schools to learn what was important to us. We looked at public, charter, kind of the whole gamut, and we fell in love with Trinity instantly. Great academics, but also a focus on nurturing the whole child, and it just really resonated with us.”
What students are doing is so thoughtful and intentional. Trinity is a place where authentic learning is taking place. I'm a former school teacher, and if I could have the ideal setting to teach in, to have my students in, this really is one of those places."
I walked out of our parent-teacher conference feeling that Ms. Boyd truly understands my child and also is equipped to bring out the best in him and help adjust the things we want him to grow on, in the same way we do at home.”
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