Investing in Your Child's Future
Your child's education is one of the most important investments you will ever make. Investing in a Trinity education means your child will be nurtured by teachers who practice both the art and the science of teaching. We are a community grounded in faith, and we are dedicated to the success, well-being and happiness of every child whose care is within our trust. Trinity students are excited about learning, ready for a challenge, and they graduate ready to successfully navigate their ever-expanding world.
Blue House Preschool
* Tuition & Enrollment Details
Tuition and fees may be paid annually, semi-annually or in 10 monthly installments. The numbers above do not include annual $850 registration fee, or one-time facility use fee of $4,000 per student (new K-8 families only). Lunch fees are $1,000 for Lower School and $1,200 for Middle School. Preschool tuition for 2-year-olds is $11,800. Additional fees and registrations required for after-school programs and summer camps.
More Affordable Than You Might Think
Financial Assistance at Trinity
Over the past three years, all families who have demonstrated a need have received assistance, with an average award of 50% of tuition and fees. In just 5 minutes, Head of School Jennifer Morgan and Chief Financial Officer Bryan Denney outline what you need to know.
What Sets Trinity Apart?
Erica and Ronnie Hay's son, Landon, is very curious and asks a lot of questions. Ronnie said public school saw this behavior as a disruption and tried to suppress it. But at Trinity, Landon's teachers found a way to foster that curiosity and love of learning.
A Holistic Approach
Anthony Brown, Ph.D. is a professor of education and a former classroom teacher. He has two children enrolled at Trinity, one in Lower School and another in Middle School. Dr. Brown says his family is at Trinity because of its 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.
Our Curriculum & Approach
Trinity students explore information, make meaningful connections and solve problems both collaboratively and independently. We prioritize academics, but we also celebrate successes and perseverance because we believe children learn best through active learning and positive reinforcement.
SUN, DEC 5, 1 PM
Don't miss out on this special campus-wide event for prospective K-8 parents and rising middle schoolers (grades 5-8). It's a unique, hands-on opportunity to get an inside look at our programs, from academics to arts to athletics. Learn More!
Don't Wait to Visit Schools in Person
By Polly Williams
In this blog article, our Director of Admission explains why online research is good, but it can only get you so far. Visiting a campus tells you so much more than reviews or webpages ever could.
Resources to help you determine if Trinity is a good fit for your family.
Trinity at a Glance
A bird's eye view of the school — from our mission to our campus facilities — with links to learn more.
Hear Parent Stories
Get the perspectives of parents who are new to Trinity and families who have been here for years.
SUN, DEC 5, 1 PM
Don't miss out on this hands-on, campus-wide admission event for prospective K-8 parents and rising middle schoolers (grades 5-8). It's a unique, hands-on opportunity to get an inside look at our programs, from academics to arts to athletics. Learn More!
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.