Trinity Episcopal School is called to inspire young lives by creating outstanding scholars who are grounded in a firm spiritual foundation and an enduring commitment to the richness of diversity.
Academic excellence is a hallmark of Episcopal schools. At Trinity, we are continuing this tradition and redefining academic rigor.
Trinity nutures spirituality as an integral dimension of children's development, thereby preparing them to share their intellectual and creative talent for the fulfillment of God's purpose. We observe the cherished rites of the Episcopal Church, including its tradition of reason, openness and acceptance. Our responsibility as children of God affirms our commitment to outreach and service to others.
Trinity is committed to creating and sustaining a school community that is welcoming, respectful and inclusive of differences and that reflects the diversity of the greater Charlotte community.
Each grade-level is partnered with a community organization whose mission and services are related to curricular goals. Our students address real community needs in ways that are connected to and informed by their classroom learning. Trinity students are becoming good citizens of the world as they answer the call to love their neighbors.
For 21 days this fall, more than 200 members of Trinity's faculty, staff, parents and alumni spent time challenging their own assumptions about race and diversity.
Charlotte Magazine & Charlotte Parent publish the Kiser family's perspective on school research and selection during this admissions season.
Myers Park Magazine publishes Tom Franz's perspective on what it means to be a true scholar.