Each Child, Each Day.

Trinity Episcopal School is an independent, PK-8, co-ed, day school in southwest Austin, Texas. Our 21-acre campus is in a quiet alcove of West Lake Hills, just 5 miles from downtown and close to two major highways, which makes us easily accessible but also gives us privacy and security. Our incredible faculty deliver a forward-thinking, evidence-based curriculum in a welcoming and nurturing environment.

Admission Season Begins October 1!

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We officially begin accepting applications on Oct. 1, 2021. Get a jump by completing an inquiry.

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Scroll through these resources for a quick overview of who we are as a school and community.


Bird's Eye View of Trinity
SOAR AROUND CAMPUS

Get a birds-eye view of Trinity with these beautiful aerial shots and a few fun facts about our school. For example, did you know Blue House Hall is topped with 270 solar panels that supply 20% of our energy needs?

Students in Their Own Words
What Kids Love Most About Trinity

Students 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. Includes lower schoolers and middle schoolers.

Look Inside
See Our Curriculum in Action

Our Look Inside video series showcases teachers and students in action — inside the classroom and out. Above is just one example: a mathematics lesson with Ms. Stelly, where students learn the mechanics of polygons and angles and then apply that knowledge to program robots. MORE VIDEOS >

Parent Stories
What Sets Trinity Apart?

Hear from parents like Anthony Brown, Ph.D., a professor of education and a former classroom teacher. Dr. Brown says Trinity offers a balanced, holistic curriculum and an ability to go beyond test scores to provide parents with a rich and comprehensive picture of each student's growth. MORE STORIES >

The Rundown
A Virtual Open House

What makes us who we are? The video above is just the introduction to a virtual open house that outlines our mission, values, Christian foundation, academic philosophy, partnership with parents, student life, and commitment to diversity and inclusion. LET'S GO! >

Financial Assistance
Breaking Down Barriers

Over the past three years, every family that has demonstrated a need for financial assistance has received it, and the average award has been 50% of tuition and fees. In just 5 minutes, Head of School Jennifer Morgan and Chief Financial Officer Bryan Denney explain everything you need to know about financial assistance at Trinity. LEARN MORE >

The Joyful Journey – Kindergarten at Trinity
The Joyful Journey
KINDERGARTEN AT TRINITY

We invite you to explore a year in the life of a Trinity kindergartener! Our dedicated faculty and staff create a nurturing environment of learning and discovery that is just right for developing each child’s individual talents and gifts. LET'S GO! >

Have a Question?

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). If you don't find an answer, then please reach out to our admission team. We're happy to help!

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Get to Know Us!

We can't wait to meet you and show you the extraordinary opportunities that await your child! Here are some great ways to find out if Trinity is the right fit for your family.


 

Kindergarten at Trinity

Meet the teachers and gain insight into our curriculum and approach during this critical stage of development.

Show Me!

Take a Virtual Tour

Explore different learning environments with 360-degree views, info about each location, and embedded photos and videos. 

Let's Go!

Download Our Viewbook

Check out our Viewbook for a comprehensive overview of Trinity Episcopal School.

Get the Viewbook

Watch Parent Stories

Hear parents in their own words describe their experiences and explain why they chose Trinity over other schools.

See STories

Watch Classroom Videos

Our Look Inside series shows our teachers, students and curriculum in action. Explore a wide range of grade levels and subjects.

Look Inside

K8 Buddies blow bubbles on the athletic field
Why K-8?

Pairing lower schoolers and middle schoolers offers a better balance compared to K-12 and other models.

Find Out Why