Trinity is not just a school — it's a community! Families, faculty, and staff care for each other and work together on the incredibly important mission of nurturing each child academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Our community of parents is amazing, and it's a huge part of Trinity's welcoming and caring culture. We see ourselves as partners in your child's educational journey, and parent involvement is a crucial part of our misison.
We are all children of God! The essence of our identity as an Episcopal School is to create a respectful place that makes everyone feels welcome celebrates the unique value of each and every student. We do this through things like daily Chapel and service learning.
Diversity and Inclusion
Kids flourish when they feel seen, appreciated, respected, and safe. That's why one of our core values is uplifting the worth and well-being of every student and their family. We believe that embracing diversity isn't just crucial for a rich education that sparks curiosity and excellence, but it's also a big part of who we are as an Episcopal school.
We see ourselves as a private school with a public purpose! As a nonprofit ourselves, we depend on philanthropy to fund our programs, which go beyond just serving our students. For example, our summer program, SHINE, helps students from Title 1 schools avoid the pitfalls of summer learning loss and gain the confidence they need to overcome obstacles and thrive.
Ways to Connect
We value your participation and input! We keep you informed of your student's progress at every step of the way and partner with you to figure out the best path forward on this educational journey together.
Chapel is an opportunity for us to come together as a community by celebrating God and each other. Jane Hill Chapel is the centerpiece of our campus, and a daily Chapel service is an anchor of our class schedule. It's a restorative part of the day, and anyone is welcome to attend!
Events & Celebrations
The school year is full of holidays and milestones, which are great opportunities to connect with each other. Some highlights of our school calendar include Christian holidays like Christmas and Easter, non-Christian holidays like Diwali and Hanukkah, Grandparents & Special Friends Day, and Trinity Olympics (our version of field day).
We want every student to feel confident, curious, and free to try new things. Programs like Athletics, Music, and Theater are no-cut. We place students based on experience and skill level to keep teams competitive and performances high-quality, but all student are welcome to participate.
Volunteering & Community Service
We offer tons of ways for parents and students to serve our school as well as the broader community. In addition to the volunteer opportunities on campus, we have parternships with organizations like the Central Texas Food Bank, Mobile Loaves and Fishes, and the Trinity Center.