Visit Us

Our digital doors are open, and we're offering limited opportunities to visit campus in person.

 

Virtual
flag football practice
Mon., Jan. 18, 9:15 a.m.

All About Athletics

Grades 5–8
 

Applicants and their parents are invited to join our Director of Athletics, TJ Hendricks, to learn more about athletics at Trinity.

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Virtual

The Rundown

Get to Know Us with this Virtual Open House!
 

In normal times, we'd invite you to spend a day on campus for a personal tour or open house. In lieu of a campus visit, we invite you to get to know us through this virtual orientation.

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Virtual

Take a Virtual Tour

See our campus and learning spaces.
 

Explore the Trinity environment with 360-degree views from around campus — indoors and out.

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Beyond the Classroom with Bill Earley

Did you know that Trinity’s 21-acre campus includes several nature preserves? By connecting to the natural environment, students discover firsthand how humans can leave a positive and lasting impact on their world. Check out this collection of outdoor adventures led by Mr. Earley! 
 

Beyond the Classroom with Bill Earley, Part I

Meet Mr. Earley, who teaches Lower School science and social studies at Trinity. He leads our efforts in wildlife conservation efforts and habitat preservation.  

Beyond the Classroom with Bill Earley, Part II

Mr. Earley tours Trinity's community garden and compost center, which brings to life the lessons learned in the seventh-grade life science course — concepts like pollination, genetic variation and photosynthesis.

Beyond the Classroom with Bill Earley, Part III

Mr. Earley discusses land preservation efforts along Trinity's nature trails. Projects like maintaining trails, dredging a water drainage channel, and building bridges increase students' awareness and appreciation of their natural environment and instill a higher level of work ethic and stewardship.

 

Beyond the Classroom with Bill Earley, Part IV

Mr. Earley discusses wildlife habitat restoration efforts on Trinity's campus. Students have cleared invasive brush, planted seeds, and created ponds to strengthen biodiversity. Wildlife sightings have increased in recent years and include armadillos, deer, rabbits, cats, ringtails, foxes, bobcats, coyotes and more.


 

We're Here to Help!

 

Polly Williams 
Director of Admission

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BETHANI EMERY
Associate Director of Admission & Enrollment

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KATIE PARKS
Admission Administrator

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Watch Parent Stories

Get the perspectives of parents who are new to Trinity and families who have been here for years.

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Interested in a comprehensive overview of Trinity Episcopal School? Download our Viewbook.

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We look forward to connecting with your family and sharing with you how Trinity serves “Each Child, Each Day.”

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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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Past Events

 

Fri., Dec. 11, 9:15 a.m.

All About Athletics

Grades 5–8
 

Applicants and their parents are invited to join our Director of Athletics, TJ Hendricks, to learn more about athletics at Trinity.

Thur., Dec. 10, 12 p.m.

Virtual Chapel + Lunch

Grades 5–8
 

We're deeply committed to supporting the development of our students as caring, respectful human beings as well as scholars. Talk with our Head of Middle School, Chaplain, and a panel of Middle School teachers.

Tue., Dec. 1, 12 p.m.

Virtual Coffee with the Head of School

Grades K–8
 

Join us for coffee and a thoughtful conversation (including a Q&A) with Head of School, Jennifer Morgan.