Trinity graduates have received over $35 million in merit-based scholarships over the last 5 years.
A 2018 and 2019 Trinity graduates, were named National Merit Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Trinity School’s Mission Project, Change 4 Change, has donated over 100,000 in the past five years to charitable organizations in Montgomery and throughout the world.
Since the founding of the AHSAA Bryant-Jordan Student-Athlete Award in 1986, Trinity graduates have won the Regional Award 21 times, the State Award 6 times, and the Overall Award 1 time.
Taking advantage of an extensive amount of AP courses on campus and online, a vast majority of Trinity’s AP students score between a 3 and a 5 on their exams, with many students being able to nearly complete their freshman college studies before ever graduating from Trinity.
Trinity has won 27 AHSAA State Championships—5 in the last 4 years—the 2018 Girls Soccer State Championship, the 2017 Girls Golf State Championship, the 2017 and 2015 Boys Cross Country State Championships, and the 2015 Baseball State Championship.
Two 2018 Trinity graduates were named National Speech and Debate Association Academic All Americans.
Trinity School offers over 34 Advanced Placement (AP) courses and Honor courses.
Trinity's “Cyber-Seniors” program allows students to teach senior adults how to operate their computers, iPhones, iPads, and other technological devices.
Trinity's first CyberPatriot Team placed second in the State of Alabama in the cyber defense competition, where students act as IT professionals protecting corporate and small company networks.
Trinity has more Jimmy Hitchcock Award recipients than any other independent school in Montgomery. Our most recent recipients are 2016 graduate, Robert Adams and 2017 graduate, Mary Conley Teel.
A 2017 Trinity graduate was named the Regional Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete by the Alabama High School Athletic Association, while a 2016 Trinity graduate was named the STATE Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete by the Alabama High School Athletic Association.
A 2017 Trinity senior was named the 2017 Distinguished Young Woman of Montgomery County.
Two Trinity students were selected to serve on the prestigious Junior Arts Education Leadership Team for the State of Alabama.
Trinity Dance Ensemble won “Best Choreography” in the Panoply Arts Festival Competition.
Eighteen Trinity students earned AP Scholar Awards from the College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams for 2017.
Two Trinity students had artwork included in the 2018 Visual Arts Achievement Statewide Exhibition.
The Science Olympiad Team won the 2016 Regional Finals, and overall placed in the State competition ahead of the Alabama School of Math and Science, LAMP, and Montgomery Academy.
The Trinity “Wildcat Pride” Marching Band received straight Superiors, swept all Best in Class Awards, and received the President's Cup for the Overall Most Entertaining Band for the second year in a row.
Trinity’s Athletic Department has received the Sportsmanship Award for five consecutive years from the Central Alabama Football Officials Association.
Trinity’s Symphonic Band has received straight superior ratings at the Alabama Music Performance Assessment for the past 3 years.
Did You Know?
Trinity is the only private school in Montgomery that offers a full-time Dance Program.
Trinity’s Art Department provides opportunities for exhibition and collaboration between emerging student artists and professional artists through its annual Pop-Up Art Gallery and Collaborative Studio showcased downtown in the Alley Station.
The Lower School Media Center encompasses a library and an innovation lab, providing project-based learning activities to Lower School students.
Fifth grade students write, produce and broadcast the “Morning Message” (announcements) using Pages, iMovie, and iTunes U.
Trinity is located on one campus, allowing older students unlimited opportunities to serve as mentors to the young students on a daily basis, through our “Kindergarten Senior Buddies” program.
Trinity's theatre department produces a full-scale musical each spring with a cast of more than 100 Upper School students.
The STEAM Studio is inspiring critical thinking of Lower School students at Trinity, where they are engaged by stimulating curriculum that increases achievement and creates positive attitudes towards the study of STEAM-related fields. STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and creative thinking.
Trinity’s “Cyber-Seniors” program allows students to teach senior adults how to operate their computers, iPhones, iPads, and other technological devices.
Trinity’s Junior and Senior classes serve over 1,100 hours of community service every year with local organizations, such as Common Ground, Habitat for Humanity, and The Salvation Army.
Trinity was the first school in the River Region to be recognized as an Apple Distinguished School.
Over 98% of Trinity’s parents are members of the PTO, supplying hundreds of volunteer hours, and assisting classroom needs for the school year.
100% of Trinity graduates are accepted to post-secondary institutions, with many attending some of the finest colleges in the nation.
Trinity art students win major state and national awards in the arts and currently have artwork exhibited at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.
Trinity was the first school in the River Region recognized as an Apple Distinguished School.