Trinity School diligently considers every student who applies. We are looking for students with demonstrated curiosity, academic ability and motivation. If the school is a good fit for your family and your child, we are eager to welcome a new student into our community of learners.

Step 1: Online Application
As a first step in the application process, please complete our Online Application Form and fill out the forms below when you are ready:

  • Trinity School will need to have records sent from your child’s current school. When you are ready to supply those records, please complete our Records Request Form.
  • We will also ask for two academic references: one math reference and one English or language arts reference. When you are ready for us to contact your references, please complete our Reference Request Form.
  • After you’ve filled out these forms, please submit a $50 application fee online or by check.
Step 2: Student Questionnaire
The Prospective Student Questionnaire helps us get to know your child ahead of the in-person faculty interview. The questionnaire should be completed by hand and returned to the admissions staff (in person, by mail, or by emailing a copy to [email protected]).
Step 3: Student Visit
Set up a time to visit and see Trinity School in action!

If convenient, prospective students can also use this time to take brief academic assessment and/or schedule a faculty interview for the same day.

Contact our director of admissions directly to set up a visit.
Step 4: Meet Our Head of School
Our admissions process is designed to help you as a family make a good decision for the education of your children. If you are new to Trinity, our head of school would like to meet you in person for a 20 to 30 minute conversation. This is an opportunity to discuss your child’s application, raise any questions you may have and hear more about the school from Dr. Yohe.

The application deadline for 2019-2020 has passed, however, we are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis until all sections are full.

Trinity Schools does not unlawfully discriminate with respect to race, color, gender, national origin, age, disability, or other legally protected classifications under applicable law, with respect to the administration of its programs.