Trinity City Limits Funds Scholarships, Faculty Development

Trinity parents at Trinity City Limits event

We hosted our biennial spring fundraiser on April 9. The theme was “Trinity City Limits” and featured local bands on three stages, food trucks, and more music-festival-themed entertainment. Thanks to generous sponsors and more than 550 attendees, we raised $1,158,000 to fund financial assistance, faculty professional development, teacher-requested projects, and security expansion. 

The net raised was about $950,000, and the cost-per-dollar raised was 19% (19 cents spent for every dollar raised). That's an incredible return on investment, given the industry best practice is 25%.

Adrian and Stephanie Pierce, Jennifer and Todd Morgan at TCL 2022

Teacher-requested projects included additional equipment for D-Lab and Robotics programs, a rock climbing wall for Athletics, audio equipment, and more. Proceeds from the event also went toward the “Angel Fund,” a financial assistance fund established in 2014 that helps put one deserving student through Trinity kindergarten through eighth grade.

Because of events such as Trinity City Limits, our school can open its doors to everyone and provide children with the most qualified educators. With the help of the Trinity community, $1,152,136 was awarded in financial assistance for 14% of Trinity families this school year. Additionally, Trinity grants close to $250,000 to ensure faculty have the latest and greatest professional development available to help teach students in a typical year.