A Typical Day
Academics, athletics and arts are the underpinning of any successful school, but there are certain things about Trinity that set it apart from other independent schools. The school's signature event, Morning Meeting, when the whole school comes together to share announcements, triumphs, news and an occasional corny joke, is a way the student body builds the community spirit that makes Trinity unique.
In the courtyard following Morning Meeting, Head of School Rob Short shakes hands and says good morning every day. On sunny days at lunchtime, student musicians entertain in Dunn Courtyard's Pach's Place. From the classrooms in the Academic Building, comes the sound of intellectual exchange. Around the corner beside Morgan Hall, the ceramics kiln is heating up, and you can hear, very faintly, from the Perkinson Arts Center, the band practicing. Over in the Science Discovery Center, the robotics team is applying physics to real-world challenges.
Nearly 45 clubs and activities, hundreds of hours of community service, and cheering fans supporting Titans at athletic contests are all part of the successful equation that adds up to the family-like atmosphere of Trinity. Students feel a sense of belonging here. We invite you to visit to learn more and see for yourself.