“Trinity School closely approximates the ideal in education. It is an extraordinary school.”

Mortimer J. Adler, Author of How to Read a Book


For more than 40 years, Trinity Schools has successfully developed and delivered a common and integrated curriculum.

A common curriculum assures that all students spend their time on what is essential. Each year all students study mathematics, science, literature, grammar/composition, geography, history, religion and a foreign language, which includes four years of Latin and two years of a modern language. All students practice music, art and drama.

An integrated curriculum ensures that each element of the curriculum is purposefully related to the rest of the curriculum in a manner that is age appropriate. Each course builds on the courses that precede it.

We invite you to explore each of our six curricular areas by clicking on the links, or read a brief summary below.

Scripture and Doctrine

The Hebrew scriptures and the New Testament are essential for a full understanding of human nature and our call as Christians. Students study biblical geography, work through the scriptures twice, study the traditions of their own Christian denomination and read original works by some of the greatest Christian theologians. Learn more.


The Trinity reading list for humanities courses includes many of the greatest works of philosophy, literature, theology and political theory in the Western tradition. At Trinity, students learn through their careful reading of original texts, through participation in rigorous seminar discussion and through completing frequent writing assignments. Learn more.


Mathematics is essential to any serious education. Trinity students learn not only efficient and accurate problem solving but also how to think mathematically and understand math at a deeper level. The Trinity program is designed to inspire students of all abilities. Learn more.


Science is fundamental and necessary for understanding the world. At Trinity, science begins with observation which develops a sense of wonder and moves toward more carefully constructed experiments, the development of theories and a deeper grasp of the mathematical foundations of science. Learn more.


The study of languages produces disciplined and well-trained minds. At Trinity School, students study formal English grammar. They take four years of Latin and two years of a third language. Learn more.

The Arts

Our commitment to the fine arts reflects our conviction that the achievements of the human spirit are communicated in the artistic disciplines as well as in the languages of letters and mathematics. Trinity students take art in sixth, seventh, eighth, eleventh and twelfth grades. They take music in seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth grades and take drama in eleventh and twelfth grades. Learn more.