Campus & Facilities
A Great Place to Learn & Grow
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, welcoming classrooms and an engaging common space. Our Middle School building includes spacious science labs, a Collaborative Learning Center, state-of-the-art tech rooms and plenty of common areas for students to work together.
The Trinity Center for Arts & Athletics boasts a hardwood-floor gymnasium and locker rooms, plus classrooms specially designed for drama, art and music instruction. Our campus includes a dining facility, Fellowship Hall, and our beautiful chapel and theater, Jane Hill Hall. A covered playground, a sports field, an outdoor basketball pavilion and a nature preserve are among some of Trinity's other features. Trinity is also home to one of Austin's largest commercial solar panel installations: 270 panels on the roof of Blue House Hall provide about 20% of the school's energy needs. All of Trinity's buildings are outfitted with programmable thermostats and motion-sensing lights to further reduce the school's energy consumption.
Take a Vitual Tour
Explore the Trinity environment with 360-degree views from around campus. See a variety of learning spaces, including classrooms, Jane Hill Chapel and D‑Lab — our makerspace for design thinking.
Attend an Open House
Interested in seeing our campus or attending an information session? We offer a variety of events suited for your particular needs.
Get a Personal Tour
If you can't find an open house that fits your schedule, or if you just want a closer look at our campus, you are always welcome to schedule a personal tour for your family. Email our admission team to get started!
Outdoor Learning Opportunities
Children today have limited opportunities to explore the natural environment and experience all it has to offer. Outdoor classrooms promote scientific exploration and observations of real‑world phenomena, which help engage the scientific mind. Trinity’s 21‑acre campus includes a community garden and a nature preserve. By connecting to the natural environment, students discover firsthand how humans can leave a positive and lasting impact on our planet.