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TST Inspires

Trinity strives to foster in its students both the ability and the desire to make a
positive difference in the world.

TST Inspires

Trinity strives to foster in its students both the ability and the desire to make a
positive difference in the world.

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08 Feb 2016
07:45AM - 04:15PM
Re-enrollment
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09 Feb 2016
03:15PM - 04:15PM
Martha Ruff Bible Study
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09 Feb 2016
03:30PM - 04:30PM
Robotics Club
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Varsity Girls Basketball

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Spring Gala
April 23, 2016
Join us for a fun-filled evening spotlighting 25 TST grandmothers
As embodiments of the Christian faith, Episcopal schools are created to be communities that honor, celebrate, and worship God as the center of life.
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“Remember that time in Costa Rica?” Continue Reading
  • Front entrance sign
  • Church: Trinity students attend chapel services in Trinity Episcopal Church, just a short walk from campus.
  • Upper School Building: You will find the Main Office, computer lab, Robbins Library, and upper school classrooms in the Upper School building.
  • Main Office: Stop by and meet Stephanie Ayala and Stacy Sapp in the Main Office. They will direct you where you need to go, answer any questions, or assist you in any way.
  • Upper School Classroom (9th-12th): TST Upper School students
  • Janna Little Robbins Memorial Library: Research, library classes, AR tests – this is where it happens!
  • Computer Lab: 24 iMacs that offer a wide range of apple software along with virtual machines to run Windows 7 applications.
  • Macey Gymnasium: Join us for a p.e. class, volleyball or basketball game, pep rally, or enjoy delicious game time snacks from the concession stand.
  • Lower School Art Room: Want to get messy? Our lower school students enjoy painting, drawing, clay, collage, glue, and learning about the Masters!
  • Martin Building: 2 year olds through 2nd grade
  • Early Childhood Classroom: Trinity’s Early Childhood (2 yrs-Pre-k) program provides a wide range of educational experiences and meets the individual needs of each child in a joyful, loving atmosphere.
  • Lower School Classroom: Lower School students (KG-5th) benefit from small class sizes, spiritual development, enriching academic field trips and competitions, Spanish language instruction, daily P.E.
  • Davis Lewis Building: 3rd through 5th grades and Spanish classes
  • Kirkpatrick Building: 6th through 8th grades
  • Middle School Classroom (6th-8th): In an effort to be progressive in the education of MS students, Trinity offers iPads to 6th-8th graders in lieu of textbooks. MS students also participate in Spanish instruction, academic contests, NJHS, student government, community service requirements, and a comprehensive athletic program.
  • Middle School/Upper School Art:
  • Trinity Trading Company: Gently used uniforms passed from family to school are available at a minimal cost.

Explore TST

Spring Gala
April 23, 2016
Join us for a fun-filled evening spotlighting 25 TST grandmothers
As embodiments of the Christian faith, Episcopal schools are created to be communities that honor, celebrate, and worship God as the center of life.
Yearbook
Enter Your Group’s Private Passcode: 101339699751469
Keep up to date with the Titan Tidbits weekly newsletter

TITAN TIDBITS
It's a dance off!! Everyone dances at a Spring Gala Pep Rally
Ziplining
“Remember that time in Costa Rica?” Continue Reading
  • Front entrance sign
  • Church: Trinity students attend chapel services in Trinity Episcopal Church, just a short walk from campus.
  • Upper School Building: You will find the Main Office, computer lab, Robbins Library, and upper school classrooms in the Upper School building.
  • Main Office: Stop by and meet Stephanie Ayala and Stacy Sapp in the Main Office. They will direct you where you need to go, answer any questions, or assist you in any way.
  • Upper School Classroom (9th-12th): TST Upper School students
  • Janna Little Robbins Memorial Library: Research, library classes, AR tests – this is where it happens!
  • Computer Lab: 24 iMacs that offer a wide range of apple software along with virtual machines to run Windows 7 applications.
  • Macey Gymnasium: Join us for a p.e. class, volleyball or basketball game, pep rally, or enjoy delicious game time snacks from the concession stand.
  • Lower School Art Room: Want to get messy? Our lower school students enjoy painting, drawing, clay, collage, glue, and learning about the Masters!
  • Martin Building: 2 year olds through 2nd grade
  • Early Childhood Classroom: Trinity’s Early Childhood (2 yrs-Pre-k) program provides a wide range of educational experiences and meets the individual needs of each child in a joyful, loving atmosphere.
  • Lower School Classroom: Lower School students (KG-5th) benefit from small class sizes, spiritual development, enriching academic field trips and competitions, Spanish language instruction, daily P.E.
  • Davis Lewis Building: 3rd through 5th grades and Spanish classes
  • Kirkpatrick Building: 6th through 8th grades
  • Middle School Classroom (6th-8th): In an effort to be progressive in the education of MS students, Trinity offers iPads to 6th-8th graders in lieu of textbooks. MS students also participate in Spanish instruction, academic contests, NJHS, student government, community service requirements, and a comprehensive athletic program.
  • Middle School/Upper School Art:
  • Trinity Trading Company: Gently used uniforms passed from family to school are available at a minimal cost.

Quick Facts

Trinity welcomes students from 6 countries and dozens of area neighborhoods. At TST we don’t see foreign students or local students. Learning together, we simply see Trinity students.

Founded in 1957

Trinity combines a strong academic tradition along with a commitment to innovation.

100% of TST Students

Participate in age appropriate community service projects.

12 College Visits

On average per year nationwide.

100% of TST Graduates

Are college accepted. $1.9 million in scholarships 2014/2015 school year.

Quick Facts

Trinity welcomes students from 6 countries and dozens of area neighborhoods. At TST we don’t see foreign students or local students. Learning together, we simply see Trinity students.

Founded in 1957

Trinity combines a strong academic tradition along with a commitment to innovation.

100% of TST Students

Participate in age appropriate community service projects.

12 College Visits

On average per year nationwide.

100% of TST Graduates

Are college accepted. $1.9 million in scholarships 2014/2015 school year.

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