Trinity at a Glance
Each Child, Each Day
Our academic programs are rigorous, forward thinking and rooted in best practices — but we believe education should be more than academic. We're committed to nurturing the whole child, including social, physical, emotional and spiritual growth. We assess and understand each child’s strengths and needs, learning style, talents and interests — creating an environment of learning and discovery that is just right for developing well-rounded people who are engaged in their world.
Average Class Size
19.5 in Lower School
20.8 in Middle School
Lead teachers are supported by teaching fellows and learning specialists.
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.
We opened in August 1999 with 13 pioneer first graders in a converted residence dubbed "The Blue House." Today, Trinity is a K–8 school with 540 students and more than 100 faculty and staff members. While the numbers and setting have changed dramatically, we remain true to our commitment of "each child, each day" and the four core values that guided founder Jane Hill.
Laptops in Middle School, iPads in Lower School.
Years of World Languages
Spanish and Mandarin begin in kindergarten.
Accepted to Preferred High School
Graduates in 2019 were accepted into 15 schools.
Trinity is devoted to nurturing the whole child: mind, body and spirit. Our dedicated teachers utilize a forward-thinking, evidence-based curriculum that goes beyond core competencies, extending into areas like social-emotional learning, digital citizenship, habitat conservation and global politics.
The K–8 Model
The K–8 model offers a great balance. It gives lower schoolers a nurturing learning environment and challenges middle schoolers to grow as leaders and role models. With their strong leadership skills — developed at a relatively young age — our eighth-grade students appeal to a wide variety of high schools.
Campus & Facilities
Trinity Episcopal School is located on 21 wooded acres in Westlake Hills, just 5 miles from downtown Austin. Our Lower School academic buildings include a library, science labs and classrooms. Our Middle School building includes spacious science labs, a Collaborative Learning Center and state-of-the-art tech rooms.