Academic Clubs & Competitions
These electives and extracurricular activities let students follow their curiosity and dive deeper into areas that interest them.
Athletics & PE
Through dedicated teamwork, our athletes strengthen their sense of self, as well as their ability to communicate and collaborate with others. All students are called upon during practices and games to lead others, model perseverance and put the team before the individual. Trinity Athletics is an inclusive program with a no-cut policy, and, on average, more than 90% of our Middle School students participate.
Our PK–8 model gives lower schoolers a nurturing learning environment, and it challenges middle schoolers to develop as leaders and role models. Perhaps this is best exemplified by our Buddy programs, where preschoolers are paired with fourth graders, and kindergartner are matched with eighth graders. The buddies enjoy playdates and learning activities throughout the year. Connections Day is another mentorship program, which gives students who don’t typically cross paths an opportunity to get to know one another in an authentic way. By truly learning about each other, we are able to build a more cohesive school community.
The fine arts are vital to a well-rounded education. Through the study of music, theater and visual arts, our students are encouraged to take risks, build confident self-expression, develop sensitivity to cultural differences and respect the work of fellow students.
RULER — recognize, understand, label, express, regulate — is a framework for social-emotional learning developed by professors at Yale University. After attending training courses at Yale during the summer of 2017, our faculty and staff integrated RULER into the curriculum and adapted the framework to best serve our community.
Putting faith into action is an essential and life-changing part of an Episcopal education — and the Trinity experience. Our students learn to see their role in the global community. Social justice and involvement are part of the Trinity experience. Service opportunities start as early as kindergarten.
Each year, we host school-wide events that bolster Trinity spirit and bring our community together. Events are also a great way to get parents involved. One of our core values is Commitment to Family because we believe education should be a partnership between school and family.
Trinity Olympics – Our version of field day brings together teachers and students across all grade levels for a day of outdoor fun. It's one of our most popular community events.
Our librarians and parents organize a weeklong celebration of literacy, authors, and fictional characters.
We deck the halls in December, and wrap up the calendar year with our annual pageant.
We often celebrate different cultures, but one of our bigger events is the Hindu festival of lights.
Go, Tornado! We show off our school spirit with a pep rally, activities, and sports.
After the Bell
After the Bell (ATB) is a comprehensive, on-site, after-school program serving Trinity families. Our daily program is a sign-in/drop-in program with no pre-registration requirements. We also offer enrichment courses, which provide additional opportunities for students in grades K–5 to pursue interests in a variety of subjects — including Sportball, robotics, drones, coding, chess, strings ensemble, and more!
Camp Trinity offers more than 20 specialty day camps for kids entering grades K–8. It's a great way to create a custom camp experience with outdoor activities, arts and crafts, academic challenges, Friday Splash Bash and more. We also offer Tornado Athletic Camp, which gives kids an opportunity to sharpen their skills in football, basketball or volleyball.