Trinity offers a strong academic program for PK2-Grade 8. Please read the following information and feel free to contact our Office of Admission at 409-765-9391, ext. 109, if you have any questions or need assistance with the process.
The How To Apply tab will give you an overview of the steps you will need to take to submit your application to Trinity.
The benefits of a preschool through 8th grade education at Trinity
At Trinity Episcopal School, we believe a foundation for lifelong learning is established at an early age. Our educational approach maximizes the potential for growth while focusing on each individual child’s development. Our primary goal is balance, with an emphasis on serving the whole child while offering a rigorous academic curriculum. Students are encouraged to take risks in the spirit of learning, for there are as many lessons in failure as there are in success.
The Admission Office hosts campus tours by appointment. The campus visit typically lasts an hour to an hour and a half and includes a meeting with our Director of Admission for a question and answer session, brief classroom observations, and a tour of our facilities. If necessary, we welcome children to join their parents on the campus tours, however, we ask you to consider your child’s ability to fully engage in our comprehensive tour experience. Students in the Preschool 2s and 3s will be napping during our afternoon tours; we encourage parents interested in one of these two groups to attend a morning tour.
Trinity Episcopal School (TES) is an equal opportunity, fully accredited school for PK2 through grade 8. TES admits all students to the rights, privileges, programs and activities made available to the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admission, athletic, or scholarship programs. The following policies have been formulated in relation to student admissions:
- Students entering Trinity Episcopal School must be qualified by their previous academic studies to pursue the course of studies they are electing.
- Students are expected to have a record of good standing from current school.
- Admission of each student is a year-to-year contract.
Students who show a lack of effort or have consistently maintained poor or failing grades in two or more subjects and/or display unsatisfactory conduct may not be invited to return to Trinity Episcopal School. Eligibility for admission and attendance is contingent upon current payment of all tuition and fees before students are accepted for re-enrollment the following year.