Thank you for your interest in Trinity School! For almost 50 years, Trinity has been Montgomery’s foremost educational institution binding academic excellence with Christian values. Providing a challenging college-preparatory education, Trinity offers a rigorous academic program, committed educators, outstanding athletics, and a nurturing family environment.
Trinity is more than a school; it is a family. As you interact with our faculty and staff, you will realize that they are committed to educating the whole child. We look forward to getting to know you in the admission process and helping you to get to know us. We invite you to look carefully at Trinity, as we hope that you will see that big things do come in small packages. As you meet our faculty, students and families, you will sense their commitment to academics, arts, service and athletics.
Finding a school where your child will thrive is our common goal. As a family school, we understand how important this is to you. Trinity encourages your participation as parents; it is this type of involvement that has cultivated the strong community that you will join.
We encourage you to browse Trinity’s website, and explore all that we have to offer. It will provide you with a wealth of information and allow you to become more familiar with our Trinity family. To request additional information, please complete the online inquiry form or email me at email@example.com.
Choosing where and how your child will be educated is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. I would love to share more with you about Trinity’s mission as well as about its outstanding academics, arts, and athletic programs. Please feel free to contact me in our Admission office at 334.213.2213 to schedule an interview. I look forward to meeting you!
Director of Admission
Trinity admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Trinity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origins in any of the educational policies, scholarship programs and athletics, and other school-administered programs.