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Educating the Whole Child

We offer a forward-thinking, evidence-based curriculum, but we believe education requires more than great academics.

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Parent Stories

Hear from Trinity parents like Candace and Tim Leak, who chose Trinity for more than academics.

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Knowing Our Students Well

Trinity's educators understand each child's strengths and needs, learning style, talents, and interests.

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Discovering Strengths & Talents

A balanced experience of academics, arts, and athletics engages students.

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Building Character and Connections

Cheerful exuberance and warmth is a natural product of our positive culture.

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Engineering Joy in Learning

Student-centered classrooms lead to deeper understanding and connections across subjects, and to our world.

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By The Numbers

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156

Chapel services this year

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9

Years of world languages

ratio

7:1

Student to teacher ratio

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91%

Graduates accepted into their top-choice high school

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21

Acres of campus in southwest Austin, Texas

Our Mission

We will nurture each child academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually. We will honor each child's spirit for learning and life, ever mindful that we are all children of God. 

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My Trinity

Candace and Tim Leak

We toured 11 schools to learn what was important to us. We looked at public, charter, the whole gamut, and we fell in love with Trinity instantly because there was a focus on the whole child. Great academics, but also a focus on nurturing the child and how important family is, and it just really resonated with us.”

Candace & Tim Leak
Parents of a first grader and third grader
Candace and Tim Leak

We toured 11 schools to learn what was important to us. We looked at public, charter, the whole gamut, and we fell in love with Trinity instantly because there was a focus on the whole child. Great academics, but also a focus on nurturing the child and how important family is, and it just really resonated with us.”

Candace & Tim Leak
Parents of a first grader and third grader
Tanuj Nakra

I walked out of our parent-teacher conference feeling that Ms. Boyd truly understands my child and also is equipped to bring out the best in him and help adjust the things we want him to grow on, in the same way we do at home.”

Tanuj Nakra
Father of a first grader
Karen Broaddus

What students are doing is so thoughtful and intentional. Trinity is a place where authentic learning is taking place. I'm a former school teacher, and if I could have the ideal setting to teach in, to have my students in, this really is one of those places."

Karen Broaddus
Mother of a third grader and sixth grader

 


 

Non-Discrimination Policy

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.