More than 600 Students Welcomed Back to Campus for 2021–22 School Year

Parents of lower school students walking their children in on the first day of school.

Today we welcomed more than 600 pre-k through eighth-grade students back to our campus for the the 2021–22 school year. Students and their families were greeted by friends, teachers, staff and Head of School Jennifer Morgan. Lower School and Middle School students attended the first Chapel service of the year and enjoyed our new outdoor lunch area.

Lower School students walking to chapel.
Female first-grade student in her classroom.

"What a glorious day it is on our campus,” said Morgan. “Students and teachers across all grades have settled into classrooms, and we're all remarking to one another how seamlessly the year is unfolding. This school year is different than last, or really any other we have had thus far. Even though we were in school together almost daily last year, we didn’t see each other as much. We’re so looking forward to a fantastic school year!”

Lower school students at the first chapel service of the year.

Head of School Jennifer Morgan reads from Genesis at the first Lower School Chapel of the year.

Middle school student in class on the first day of school.
Lower School/Pre-K family posed on the first day of school.


Snowcone Day

On Aug. 23, Parent Council hosted Trinity's favorite back-to-school party, Snowcone Day, this time with our new preschoolers at Blue House Preschool. Students met their new teachers, explored their classrooms, and enjoyed a snow cone with friends both old and new.

Trinity mom, her Lower School son and pre-k daughter posed outside of Blue House Preschool.
Parent Council volunteers posed outside Unity Hall.
Students posing outside at Snow Cone Day.

Welcome back, Trinity community! We're looking forward to a great year. For more photos, check out our Facebook page.