School Life

Outdoor Program

Trinity Outdoor Program Mission

The Trinity Outdoor Program connects students to the natural environment so that they become engaged and caring stewards of their local and global communities.

Outdoor Education

William I. Snead
Virginia Rivers Program

Students learn the history of the James River and become seasoned in:
  • Wildlife mapping
  • Water quality testing
  • Oyster harvesting
Students, faculty and alumni lead a week long summer camp for inner city students from Woodville Elementary School.  The students learn to interact with the river in a safe and fun manner.  They spend the week:
  • Canoeing
  • Swimming
  • Riding the rapids
  • Discovering wildlife

Outdoor Adventure Activities

The activities offered include:
  • Mountain biking
  • Rock climbing
  • Kayaking/paddle boarding
Students also have the opportunity to compete in the Dominion Riverrock Kayak Boatercross Race and the Virginia High School Mountain Bike Series.

Sustainability

Students learn the value of sustainability by cultivating campus seasonal gardens, collecting rainwater, composting, and growing plants in Trinity's greenhouse.

A Go-Pro Perspective of the Trinity Outdoor Program

The Nation's First Competitive Stand-up Paddleboard team

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