Applications for the 2021-2022 academic year are now being accepted. 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.
- 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.
If it’s convenient, prospective students can also use this time to take a brief academic assessment and/or schedule a faculty interview for the same day.
Contact our director of admissions , Stephanie Justen, to set up a visit, or with any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing you on campus!
To set up a meeting with Dr. Yohe, please contact admissions director Stephanie Justen.
Important Admissions Information
The admissions deadline for students applying for academic year 2021-2022 was December 14, 2020. Currently we are accepting applications on a rolling basis until all sections are filled. For information on available space in a particular class, please contact Stephanie Justen, director of admissions, at [email protected] or 703-629-9932.
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.
Trinity Schools’ admissions decisions are based upon a wide variety of factors, some of which are confidential and involve outside reports. In order to protect confidentiality, we do not discuss the reasons for our admissions decisions. A family whose child has not been admitted may appeal an admissions decision or request reclassification.