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Events & Milestones

The school year is jam-packed with special milestones! Here are some of the more memorable events for grades K–8.

Fall

August

Snow Cone Day

The day before classes begin, students have a chance to meet their new teachers, say hello to friends, and enjoy a tasty summer treat at this annual back-to-school event.

August

First Day

We love welcoming our families back to school! Many parents skip the carpool line on the first day to walk their students into campus (and snap a few first-day photos, of course). Kindergarters dismiss early during the first week to help them adjust.

Fall & Winter

Cultural Celebrations

Throughout the year, we host special celebrations for various cultures. These events honor other faith traditions and are designed to educate, inspire, and unite! Fall celebrations include Día de Los Muertos and Diwali.

November

Book Festival

We love literacy — so much so that our librarians and parents put on a week-long festival in the fall to celebrate reading and writing! Book Festival includes a book fair, costume contests, author visits, and book awards selected by students.

November

Fall Play

The first theatrical performance of the school year is a "straight play," meaning it's not a musical. Past productions have included Darcy's Cinematic Life, An Absolutely True Story (As Told by a Bunch of Lying Liars), and The Alibis, Frozen.

Winter

December

Christmas Pageant

As an Episcopal School, Christmas is a big deal at Trinity! Parent Council decks the halls with boughs of holly and Lower School tells the story of the birth of Jesus with the Christmas Pageant. Those kindergarten angels are too cute!

Fall & Winter

Cultural Celebrations

Throughout the year, we host special celebrations for various cultures. These events honor other faith traditions and are designed to educate, inspire, and unite! Winter celebrations inlcude Hanukkah and Lunar New Year.

Winter

Spirit Day

We got spirit, yes we do! Spirit Day features pep rallies, fun activities, tasty treats, and appearances by Twisty, Trinity's mascot.

Spring

March / April

Easter

Easter is the culmination of the Christian calendar and includes a month of Lent services, a Maundy Thursday service before Easter, school holidays on Good Friday and Easter Monday, and a Flowering of the Cross service when we return on Tuesday.

April

Grandparents and Special Friends Day

Welcoming grandparents and special friends to campus is always a highlight of the year. Parent Council outs on this amazing event where we welcome family and friends to get an inside look at school life.

April

Spring Musical

This is the last theatrical performance of the school year. The 2023-2024 production featured two casts due to incredibly high particaption! Past productions have included Matilda, Annie, High School Musical, Frozen, and Peter and the Starcatcher.

Spring

Spring Fundraiser

Every year, we host a parent-only event to come together as a community and raise money for our programs. The event supports lots of initiatives, but the main focus areas are financial assistance, and faculty professional development.

April

Art Show

Students in all grades show off their projects in the campus-wide Art Show. Families are invited to come and check out the wide range of sketches, paintings, scultptures, and more.

May

Trinity Olympics

Sliding, running, dunking, dancing, tricycling, tug-o-warring, spike-balling, hippity-hopping, and all-around fun at Trinity's version of field day. Trinity Olympics is both a kid and parent favorite.

May

Middle School Awards

We honor students in grades 5–8 for their achievements both academically and athletically with two special award ceremonies.

May

8th Grade Graduation

Our Commencement Service celebrates 8th graders as they leave Trinity and embark on their high school adventure. Each graduate receives a personal tribute as they accept their diploma and sign the book of graduates.