“We accomplish our mission by establishing a culture marked by the discovery of truth, the practice of goodness, the creation of beauty, and the development of intellectual and aesthetic habits of mind.”

Trinity School’s Mission Statement

Whether discussing Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice in Humane Letters, copying a painting of apples by Cezanne in art studio, debating Aristotle’s vision of the good life, or even playing four square together on break, students and faculty participate together in “a culture marked by the discovery of truth, the practice of goodness and the creation of beauty.” At Trinity School, “Truth, Beauty and Goodness” is not a mere slogan. We make every effort to be guided by these high ideals, knowing that such a culture will have a powerful impact upon the education of your child.

The Pursuit of Truth

At Trinity School, your children will be encouraged to develop intellectual skills and habits of mind that allow them to discover the truth for themselves. The pursuit of truth is not limited to any particular course or field of study. It is as important in mathematics and history as it is in philosophy and Scripture courses. We want students to grow in their understanding of reality through their studies–to grasp how things actually stand in the world. We want them to come to know God through the study of his revelation, his created order, and his special creation–humanity.

The Practice of Goodness

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The Creation of Beauty

Beauty is never an afterthought at Trinity School. It takes its proper place alongside the true and the good. We want your child not only to be able to recognize beauty but also come to love the beautiful wherever he or she encounters it, whether in science, mathematics, art history or poetry. Our students also experience what it means to create beauty themselves and to share it with others through regular drama performances, art shows and concerts.