Athletic Performance and Athletic Training Programs at Trinity
Trinity Episcopal School's athletic performance program provides quality care and instruction for the entire Trinity community. Our method consists of prevention, evaluation, emergency care treatment and rehabilitation. We strive to work with our student athletes to improve optimal performance and decrease the likelihood of injuries. Our goal is to provide our student athletes with confidence, motivation, knowledge and an aspiration to discover their path.
Adam Banwarth, M.Ed., SCCC, CSCS, started working at Trinity Episcopal School in June of 2009. Adam is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and holds two certifications. Adam works with every sports team during their season to prevent injury and help athletes achieve their athletic potential. He also works with off-season teams, students and holds a summer lifting program.
Trinity named Safe Sports School: Since 2013, TES has been named a Safe Sports School with 1st team designation, according to the National Athletic Training Association. This award recognizes secondary schools that take the crucial steps to keep their athletes safe. Read more below regarding this distinction.
Trinity receives national recognition for safe sports program
National Athletic Trainer's Association Safe Sports School Award presented to Trinity Trinity was again named as the recipient of the National Athletic Trainer's Association Safe Sports School award, effective 2021-2024. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.
"Trinity Athletics continues to be proud of the 1st-Team Recognition from the National Trainers Association," said Athletic Director Anna Prillaman. "Here at Trinity, we are committed to keeping our student athletes safe during physical competitions, team practices and strength training. We are also fully aware of the increasing need to monitor our athlete's mental health. We will continue to strive to monitor all safety standards to the fullest extent."
For more information regarding the National Athletic Trainers' Association and school programs, visit www.athletictrainers.org.