We are happy to announce our 2020-2021 Annual Fund Theme, "Meeting The Challenge." Your support matters now more than ever. Trinity teachers may make offering outstanding academic, athletic and fine arts programming appear effortless, but providing exceptional and safe experiences every day takes hard work - and a lot of support. This is why we are calling upon all parents, grandparents, trustees, and friends to join our teachers in meeting the challenge! If Trinity has had a positive impact on your family, please answer the call and give at a level of support that is meaningful to you.
Trinity Episcopal School is proud to celebrate 68 years of excellence in education. To mark this milestone, we encourage every member of our generous community to contribute to the Annual Fund before the Christmas Holidays. Each year, we count on the Annual Fund to help make a positive difference for our students. The Annual Fund income is currently about 3% of the budget, but it is a small percentage that makes a big difference!
Be sure to check with your employer to see if they have a matching gift program. Donations may be made by check payable to Trinity Episcopal School and mark in memo TES Annual Fund or COVID-19 Relief. Your tax-deductible gift goes to support:
MIND • BODY • SPIRIT
The strength of Trinity Episcopal School lies in the steadfast faculty and staff that are deeply committed to the education of children, our amazing parents, and our remarkable Galveston community. One of the major recommendations from the 2014 Accreditation was to continue to move forward in terms of innovation, technology, and global connectivity. Our teachers are “all in,” they have their own laptops and all classrooms have laptops to be utilized in learning centers within the classroom setting. As the Head of School, my goal is to support our teachers and the educational experience of your children. These technology initiatives could not have taken place without the generosity of those who gave to the Annual Fund and our School Board of Trustees.
As we move into our 68th year we must stay ahead of the times. Lessons will come alive as teachers instruct and motivate our students with 21st-century tools.
Head of School