Students are considered for admission to Trinity Episcopal School on the basis of academic potential, character, and the desire to embrace and support the philosophy of our school. Both subjective and quantitative factors are considered when evaluating applicants.
The application process is designed to help Trinity determine the ability of the school to best meet your child’s needs. Admission is based on program and level availability. Among new applicants deemed qualified and admissible to the school, a priority is given to siblings of currently enrolled students.
The following policies have been formulated in relation to student admissions:
- Prospective students entering Trinity Episcopal School must be qualified by their previous academic studies to pursue the course of studies they are electing.
- Prospective students are expected to have a record of good standing from current school.
- Prospective students applying to the PK2 program must be 2 years of age as of September 1.
- Prospective students applying to Kindergarten must be at least 5 years of age by September 1.
- Admission of each student is a year-to-year contract.
- Re-enrollment is an acceptance of the invitation to return to Trinity Episcopal School.
To establish your child’s official file in the Admissions Office, access and follow the admissions checklist available via the How to Apply Tab.
Trinity Episcopal School (TES) is an equal opportunity, fully accredited school for PK2 through grade 8. TES admits qualified students of any race, color, age, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or 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 educational policies, scholarship and financial aid programs as well as athletic and other school-administered programs.