Grades: NS-12 | 299 students
- At Trinity School of Texas, we provide a Christian atmosphere and a stimulating curriculum for children ranging from 2 years old to 12th grade. Our fully accredited school insures attentiveness with an 11:1 student/faculty ratio while pushing our students with challenging college preparatory classes.
- Spanish instruction is offered at every grade level, including the well-rounded Early Childhood Program.
- A variety of sports are part of the comprehensive athletic program, which begins in the 6th grade. We have scholarship opportunities and a college advisory program for graduates, which has a 100% college acceptance rate.
- Outstanding education is our objective, and we deliver.
|School Membership(s)School Assoc.||National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES)
Texas Association of Accredited Private Schools (TAAPS)
|Grades Offered||Grades Nursery/Preschool-12|
|Learning Difference Programs||Yes|
|Learning Programs Supported||ADHD / Language-based or Mild Learning Differences|
|Total Students||299 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|% Students of Color||
State avg.: 36%
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||35 teachers|
|Student : Teacher Ratio||9:1
National avg.: 13:1
|% Faculty w/Advanced Degree||
|Average Class Size||15 students|
|Number of AP Courses||11 courses|
|Advanced Courses||AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP Economics, AP English Language, AP English Literature, AP European History, AP Government, AP Psychology, AP Spanish|
|Average SAT score||1970|
|Average ACT score||26|
|Classroom Dress Code||Formal|
Finances and Admission
|Admission Deadline||None / Rolling|
|Tuition Notes||contact Admissions Director|
|% on Financial Aid||
National avg.: 85%
|Admissions Director||Cissy Abernathy|
|Admissions Associate||Stephanie Ayala|
|Total Sports Offered||9 sports|
|Sports||Baseball, Basketball, Cheering, Football, Golf, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, WeightliftingBaseball, Basketball,
Track and Field, Volleyball,
|Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric.||5 extracurriculars|
|ExtracurricularsExtra-curric.||Academic, Drama, National, National, Service Academic, Drama, National, National, Service,|
- The Trinity School of Texas prepares students for college and beyond in a joyful, spiritual environment. Our graduates will: attain academic excellence, embrace diversity, demonstrate intellectual curiosity, appreciate the arts, value physical well-being, serve their community, and exemplify Christian living. The school endeavors to provide a developmentally appropriate intellectual challenge in an environment and an atmosphere of understanding, guidance, and love so that all students may achieve their full academic and personal potential. The school as a family encourages each student to develop the life skills of independence and interdependence.
Profile last updated: 05/25/2016
Trinity School of Texas is a great school! They offer so much more then any schools around. The Early childhood program is much more advanced then a typical daycare. Handwriting and even Spanish is taught as early as two years old. They are always advancing technology. They offer 1:1 iPad program in Middle school, bring your own devices in the Upper school, as well as blended learning. The class sizes are smaller and therefore you have more one on one with the teachers. I truly feel like every faculty and staff member truly care for each kid here. They now offer an indexed tuition, which allows more people the ability to afford it.
- Posted by Parent - Leah
I''ve had 3 kids at Trinity since they were 2 years old. One is a Senior at TCU. Another just graduated and will be attending UT-Austin in the fall. The other will be a rising Junior at TST. I give Trinity a tremendous amount of credit for their development, both academically as well as their character. They are well rounded. In addition to being good students, they have all participated in numerous athletic and extracurricular activities. I don't know of another school, public or private, that allows for and encourages the involvement in so many activities. They are prepared for college and beyond. They have experienced a rigorous college preparatory academic environment. Maybe more importantly, they have been instilled with a sense of independence and creative wonder. They are ready for what college and life will throw at them. Most importantly, they are decent and caring individuals. They see the big picture and have been encouraged, from day one, to make a positive impact on their fellow students and the community at large. These qualities that have been instilled in my children are not limited to our immediate family. Everyone at Trinity is encouraged, nurtured, challenged and driven to succeed. My wife and I are proud to be supporters of TST and ever grateful for what the school has done for us and for others.
- Posted by Parent - david
I have 2 children that attend TST. They appear to be very prepared for college and are encouraged daily by a strong and caring faculty and staff. The teachers in the high school are top-notch and focus on each student's strengths and weaknesses. What a blessing to be at TST for an excellent education in a Christian atmosphere!
- Posted by Parent - bethp
I have two children at Trinity School of Texas. They are both in middle school and have been educated at Trinity since they were two years old. It is by far the best decision that we have made as parents for our children. The education is beyond fantastic and that is only a fraction of what they receive on a daily basis attending school at Trinity. I am a very big believer that strong self esteem and being happy is equally as important as a great education. Trinity offers a very loving Christian environment that has helped me raise happy, confident, caring, and successful children. I am positive that the education they are receiving will prepare them for their future success in college as well as their success in life. Trinity has been worth every single dollar we have invested in our children's future.
- Posted by Parent - moela
Trinity School of Texas is a fantastic institution from age 2 through 12th grade. We have been so pleased with the Early Childhood program (teaching Spanish at age 2 is amazing!) and cannot wait to continue through their programming.
- Posted by Parent - Maris
I have two children attending Trinity and could not be more pleased. Having moved one of them from public school to private, it has been like a breath of fresh air at TST. The teachers care so much and are able to spend more time getting to know the students as the class sizes are so small. My children love getting to seeing each other at school. They are learning spanish and technology. The art program is out of this world. We love TST!
- Posted by Parent - lumbe
I am a parent and alumnus of Trinity School of Texas. As a student (many years ago), I thoroughly enjoyed my time at TST and felt well prepared for college. In the years since I graduated, Trinity has developed into a well-rounded and challenging school that I am proud to send my children. I have been impressed with all of the distinguished schools that TST graduates are being accepted.
- Posted by Parent - tali.
Trinity is a wholesome, nurturing, academically challenging environment for my children who range in age from the Early Childhood program through the Lower School. I especially love that each teacher does their best to help my child achieve their highest potential.
- Posted by Parent - amy.m
My children both attend TST. We love the family atmosphere, the one on one attention, and most importantly we LOVE the academic challenge! I''ve been asked if I would ever consider moving schools and my answer always is "Not if you paid me to"! We love TST!
- Posted by Parent - lesli
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