4 Myths About the Affordability of Private Schools

Bryan Denney, Chief Financial Officer

by Bryan Denney
Chief Financial Officer

Seeing dollar signs as you consider private education? You're not alone. Trinity's CFO Bryan Denney outlines four common but incorrect myths about the affordability of a private school education.

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Financial Assistance

Breaking Down Barriers

We're firmly committed to financial assistance, both philosophically and financially. Over the last three years, every single family who demonstrated need received assistance, with an average award of 50% of tuition and fees. We believe socioeconomic diversity enriches the educational experience for everyone. Participation of a wide range of students and families is critical to our school's mission.

Start / Continue an Application  school code = 2204

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How to Apply for Financial Assistance

Visit the School & Student Services (SSS) website, create or login to your account, and begin your Parents' Financial Statement (PFS) online. 

Trinity's School Code for Parents' Financial Statement:

Financial Assistance

Deadlines for 2022-2023 Academic Year

Financial Assistance Application Steps Deadline
1 Submit Parents' Financial Statement and upload your 2020 tax return, including accompanying schedules. Our school code is 2204. If you own a business or farm, please submit related tax returns and earnings information. 1/31/2023
2 Submit copies of 2021 W-2 forms, 1099s or other earnings information. 2/6/2023
3 Submit complete 2021 tax return, including all schedules. If you own a business or farm, please submit related tax returns and earnings information. 4/12/2023


Financial Assistance at Trinity

In this 5-minute video, Head of School Jennifer Morgan and Chief Financial Officer Bryan Denney explain why we are so committed to financial assistance and outline the steps to apply.

Financial Assistance

Frequently Asked Questions