“I do commend Trinity Schools to everybody. This is a school that genuinely unites reason and moral imagination with Christian faith and learning. I know of no other school in this country which better apprehends the relationship of mind and heart.”

Annette Kirk, National Commission on Excellence in Education

Choosing a school can be a challenge.

One school might offer a top math-science program but limited exposure to the arts. Another might have a strong sense of community but fail to provide a genuine academic challenge. Larger schools might offer a lot of extracurricular activities but a culture that doesn’t seem like a good fit for your family.

If these are some of your concerns … welcome to The Trinity Difference.



When visiting, the first thing that strikes you might be the serious learning, the relationship between faculty and students, or the welcoming environment. Whatever that first impression is, you will know that something different than “school as usual” is going on. What makes Trinity School such a special place? Ask a parent, current student, or alumnus. You’ll most likely hear about three things: the curriculum, the culture and the community.

Trinity School blends the best literature, philosophy, theology and political theory that the classical and Christian traditions have to offer with cutting-edge mathematics and sciences and a strong emphasis upon the arts. At Trinity, your children will experience this education as an opportunity to awake to the reality of the human condition, society and the world around them. Learn more about the curriculum.
Trinity School’s engaging curriculum is supported by an equally engaging environment. The culture of learning at Trinity features small class sizes, prioritizes depth of inquiry over teaching to the test, and fosters discussion as the best way to learn. At Trinity, your child will truly become the true agent of his or her own learning. Explore our philosophy of education.
At Trinity School, your child will participate in a genuine community of learners. In the spirit of Socratic inquiry, our faculty encourage students to help one another learn, share ideas and engage in dialogue. Discover the community of learners.

Set up a visit to see for yourself!

“The questions we asked ourselves and one another about the Bible or about Descartes or Plato could not have been asked in a safer place. Because of that, I was never afraid to ask a tough question, yet grounded enough not to be thrown by every new one.” 

Trinity Graduate