By the Numbers

We use a data-driven approach! With that in mind, here are some notable facts and figures about Trinity Episcopal School. However, the numbers tell only part of the story. Hover over or tap each figure for more details.

Students per Teacher
Our teachers are supported by a team of specialists and other staff, keeping our student-teacher ratio extremely low.

ZIP Codes
We value diversity in all its forms! That includes ethnicity, culture, religion, socio-economic status, and more.

Avg. Class Size
Our support staff keeps our student-teacher ratio low at 7:1 and ensures differentiated instruction.

Pounds of Compost
Students recycle about 350 pounds of food waste from the Dining Hall each month, which then fertilizes new vegetables for future school lunches.

Elective Options
In grades 7–8 students start shaping their educational journey with a wide range of electives, from songwriting to psychology to coding.

Competency Metrics
We carefully measure each child's progress and partner with parents to create the optimal experience.

Middle School Sports
Our no-cut policy guarantees a spot for every athlete, and thoughful team placement ensures competition no matter the skill level.

Lower School Sports
We offer no-cut athletics as early as 1st grade to help kids build confidence and explore new interests.

Leadership Programs
Leadership opportunities include Student Council, Student Ambassadors, the Captains Council, and K8 Buddies.

Hours of Differentiation
We meet students where they are with differentiated instruction during normal class time as well as at least two additional hours a week.

Religions Represented
As an Episcopal School, we welcome people of all faiths and backgrounds because we believe in serving the entire community.

Fine Arts Classes
Students have access to a wide range of classes focused on art, music, or theater — with performance opportunities throughout the year.

You get what you measure! We use a comprehensive suite of competencies and benchmarks to evaluate student performance, keeping parents informed at every step along the way.

“You get a real, rich picture — a portfolio — of your child’s growth. And you get analysis from each of the teachers. I really appreciate the portfolio approach in this standards-driven, test-driven society.”

Anthony B.
Trinity Parent

Measuring Student Success

Trinity tracks up to 52 competencies (31 academic, 21 behavioral) and includes them in your child’s report card each trimester. We also use more than 20 national benchmarks to track how Trinity students compare to those at other schools. All of this information is analyzed within the context of your child’s specific learning profile. Every trimester, our data response teams (DRTs) spend hours analyzing the numbers in order to assess and modify each student’s unique educational journey.

The benchmarks we used are based on the Comprehensive Testing Program (CTP), a rigorous assessment administered by the Educational Records Bureau. The CTP helps educators assess content-specific, curriculum-based performance alongside reasoning ability and conceptual knowledge. Beginning in 4th grade, Trinity students take assessments in seven areas: Verbal Reasoning, Vocabulary Reading Comprehension, Writing Mechanics, Writing Concepts and Skills, Quantitative Reasoning, and Mathematics.

Median Student Performance

Median Student Performance for the Comprehensive Testing Program (CTP) for 8th graders in 2022 — Why focus on 8th grade data? We meet students where they are at every step of their journey from pre-K through 8th grade, and learning trajectories differ for each student for each competency. When analyzing CTP results, 8th-grade performance most accurately reflects how well we prepare our students for high school and beyond.

Ahead of the Curve

A single statistic can't tell a complex story. However, median student performance is one of the best ways to quantify school performance on the CTP with just one number. You might expect that independent schools outperform public schools. The median independent school student scores in the 86th percentile, which is a pretty high bar. However, Trinity students raised the bar even higher. Our median student performance beat out the median for all independent school students nationwide.

Tuition & Assistance

The cost of tuition might be the number at the top of your mind. Your child's education is one of the most important investments you will ever make, and with tuition assistance, Trinity Episcopal School and Blue House Preschool are within your reach no matter your financial circumstances.

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We're Here to Help!

No matter where you are in the application process, please don't hesitate to reach out to the Admission Team! You can email us at or call us at 512‑472‑9525.

Bethani Emery

Director of Admission

Kat Erben

Admission Associate

Maribel Guerrero

Admission Associate
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Eleanor Mitchell

Admission Associate