Character Education and Faith

The mission of Trinity Episcopal School is to nurture children in a God-centered environment, filling hearts and minds with a passion for learning, a strong moral foundation, a commitment to social responsibility, and respect for all people.

To be successful, every independent school necessitate and expect the cooperation of parents, who must understand and embrace the school’s mission, share its core values, and fully support its curriculum, faculty, and staff. When joined by a common set of beliefs and purposes, the independent school and its parents form a powerful team with far-reaching positive effects on children and the entire school community.

Working together, parents and school professionals exert a strong influence on children to become better educated; they also help them to mature by modeling adult working relationships based on civility, honesty, and respect.

Adopted from the National Association of Independent Schools.

Monthly Character Education

 2019–2020
SeptemberResponsibility
OctoberFriendship and Teamwork
NovemberThankfulness, Citizenship & Gratitude
DecemberGenerosity
JanuarySelf-Control and Conflict Resolution
FebruaryKindness,Caring and Empathy
MarchPerseverance and Optimism
AprilTruthfulness, Honesty, Integrity, Trust and Conservation
MayCooperation and Fairness