Welcome to Holy Trinity Episcopal School!
Home of the Titans! And, home to a caring community of learners, both big and small, who work hard to achieve high standards of excellence, while demonstrating incredible compassion and grace for those around us.
Whether you are a current member of our community, or are considering our school for your children, thank you for visiting our website! As you will see as you peruse our website, Holy Trinity sets the standard for what it means to achieve academic excellence, foster spiritual development, and cultivate social responsibility. Our commitment to our parents, our responsibility to our students, is to be the school our children deserve. To inspire their hearts, and engage their minds!
Known for being academically rigorous, often teaching students a year ahead of what one might expect from area public schools, here at Holy Trinity we currently have 118 students in Pre-K3 through 12th grade. Our small class size (and small school size) allow us to customize the learning opportunities for our students. All Holy Trinity students have a Personal Learning Plan (PLP) which identifies each student’s strengths and areas of opportunity in core academic areas as well as equally important non-academic areas. The PLP is the starting point for differentiation which allows for every student to reach his or her full learning potential.
As an independent Episcopal school, Holy Trinity is committed to upholding our Episcopal Identity. Quite simply, we are an inclusive community of learners who embrace diversity and are committed to social justice and respecting the dignity of every human being. Within our community we worship together once a week in the Anglican tradition of the Episcopal Church, and foster religious formation and study in all grade levels. Like all Episcopal schools, we draw upon our Christian faith to foster dialogue with other faith traditions.
In 2015, Holy Trinity was awarded the prestigious Ken Bastian Community Service Award by the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools. This award, given to only three of the nearly 1200 schools in SAES, recognizes a school which demonstrates “exemplary means of encouraging students to give of themselves in some form of community service or service learning.” For us, this award represents our commitment to cultivating genuine social responsibility in our students.
Naturally, we are so proud of our students, our dedicated teachers and our supportive parents. However, we are not done yet! As we continue to grow we must ensure that our students are prepared to think critically, engage in higher order reasoning, and solve complex problems creatively. We must leverage current technology to improve student collaboration and exploration. We must provide access and authentic experiences in science, technology, engineering, Arts, and mathematics. The best is yet to come!
Warm regards and blessings,
Interim Head of School