At Trinity, we offer a wide variety of extracurricular activities and make it possible for your son or daughter to participate in more than one. Sports practices and games, in particular, are always scheduled to avoid conflict with the music groups. Student-initiated clubs also meet at a variety of times to avoid conflict wherever possible.

Participating in extracurricular activities with one another strengthens the bonds of the whole community and allows all our students to develop their full potential.

Explore more below!

Sports

Trinity School offers a number of sports for both boys and girls. For more information see our athletics page.

Musical Groups

Trinity School offers four musical groups in which your child can participate. Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble and String Ensemble are open to students in grades six through twelve who are skilled in an instrument and wish to perform with a group. The Trinity School Chamber Singers is a vocal group open to students in grades ten through twelve with tryouts held in the fall.

Robotics

Trinity School’s robotics team competes in the international FIRST Robotics competition. Members of the team build and program robots in accordance with an annual theme. They also participate in a team competition and give a judged presentation at the end of the season.

Student Clubs

Student-initiated clubs are a significant feature of extracurricular life at Trinity School. Consistent with our philosophy of education that places students at the center of their own learning, anyone at Trinity School can get a group of students together to study, discuss, create or enjoy some co-curricular topic. Don’t see something you think you would enjoy? Consider starting a club of your own!

  • Art Club
  • Botany Club
  • Creative Writing Club
  • Drama Club
  • Film Club
  • Jazz Ensemble
  • Math Team
  • Neuroscience/Biology Club
  • Philological Society
  • Speech Team
  • Wind Ensemble
  • InBeginning Arts Magazine
  • Yearbook

“Trinity is a place where you’re free to try a lot of things and be a lot of things. I had the chance to play sports without having to join the jock culture. I sang in choir without being a music nerd. I got to act in plays without becoming a ‘drama kid.’ I just got to be Joe. I felt known and loved at Trinity.”

Joe Gleason, ’05