Students Tell Their Stories
Lower schoolers and middle schoolers talk about their experiences as new Trinity students, what they love most about going to school here, and the friendships they've made along the way.
Parents Give Their Perspectives
Building strong partnerships with parents is one of our four core values and crucial for our mission. We rely on parent involvement to nurture the whole child and deliver personalized instruction. In our Parent Stories series, Trinity parents talk about what they love most about our programs and community.
Campus & Facilities
Trinity Episcopal School is located on 24 wooded acres in Westlake Hills, just 5 miles from downtown Austin.
Take a Virtual Tour
Dive deeper with 360-degree views of different learning environments, with info about each location and embedded photos and videos.
Preschool • Ages 2–5
Our youngest learners explore the world and themselves, and build the foundation to become the best learners they can be.
Lower School • Grades K–4
Discover a culture of caring that emphasizes collaboration, student-led learning, academic enrichment, differentiated learning, and social-emotional skills.
Middle School • Grades 5–8
Explore the unique opportunities offered in grades 5–8 such as community service, learning beyond the classroom, and a broad range of electives and extracurriculars.
Meet Our Faculty
Get to know our teachers and coaches. Includes our Teacher Feature video series, faculty by the numbers, and insight about specialists and fellows.
Hear parents in their own words describe their experiences and explain why they chose Trinity over other schools.
Download Our Viewbook
This is a great introduction to who we are. If you're looking for a self-contained overview, this is a good place to start.
We're proudly Christian and inclusive of all everyone, no matter their faith tradition. Community service and outreach is central to our Episcopal Identity.
Check out these frequently asked questions regarding applications and the admission process.
Trinity Episcopal School admits qualified students regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, physical disability, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, physical disability, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation in the administration of any policies or programs generally accorded or made available to students at the school.