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Our Campus

Trinity Episcopal School is now under one roof. This building allows students to remain in developmentally appropriate surroundings throughout their day. Our facilities are constantly being renovated to provide a safe environment.

Safety remains an important priority at Trinity. Our video monitoring system at all outside doors means that visitors must be identified before being let into the building. At the end of the day, school personnel monitor students to ensure they leave with approved individuals.

The Trinity school day starts at 7:45 AM. Extended school care is available from 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM daily as needed by our families. The early morning extended child care is free. There is a charge for the afternoon extended child care. K3 - 8th grade dismiss at 3:30 PM. 

The Parish Hall, shared by the school and the church, functions as both the school cafeteria and a meeting place for larger gatherings for awards ceremonies and theater performances. As our students learn and grow, the school remains a place where they are welcomed as members of the Trinity Family.
Parish Hall

Middle School

Our Middle School building, funded entirely through donations, houses our core curriculum classrooms for 6th-8th grades, our science lab, K3 classroom, and gymnasium as well as the offices for the Assistant Head of School, Admissions Director and Development Director. This block also includes the large playground and free-play field.
Our air-conditioned competition gym is the site of physical education classes during the day and many volleyball and basketball games after school. It houses our Rock Wall, a professional climbing wall on the level of colleges or first-class gyms.
Gymnasium and Rock Wall
Playground and Free-Play Field
The children who walk through these hallways are known by name by all who work here. Our family atmosphere provides the nurturing environment necessary for building personal responsibility and academic success. During an average school day, our students may learn in the classroom, outdoors, in the Trinity Episcopal Church chapel or offsite during an outdoor education class or enrichment field trip.
In the hallway, you may see students transitioning from a specials class, the art teacher setting up a display of student artwork, or an administrator giving a tour to a prospective family. The Trinity family prides itself on the feeling of community, and it is strongly felt in every area of the school.