Organizations & Activities
Trinity offers students a wide variety of extracurricular opportunities.
With the development of the total person at the core of our philosophy, Trinity School believes it is essential to offer students a wide variety of extracurricular opportunities through which they might find and develop their personal gifts and talents. A diverse selection of clubs, organizations, honorary societies, and class trips provide Trinity students the opportunity to grow, learn, lead others, and work together for a common goal.
Students inspired by specific academic studies can supplement their classroom experiences through organizations such as Science Olympiad, Key Club, Interact Club, Youth Legislature, Trinity Ambassadors, FCA, SGA, and various language clubs. In an effort to recognize and encourage academic excellence in its students, Trinity recognizes a number of honor societies: National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, National Art Honor Society, Tri-M Honor Society, and French and Spanish honor societies. Academic competition is available through participation in the Trinity Academic Competition Team (TACT) program. TACT members participate in a number of competitions including CyberPatriots and Science Olympiad.
Learning Outside the Classroom
Class trips offer unique opportunities to experience learning outside of the classroom. Each trip, whether it’s abroad or down the street, is carefully and consciously designed to provide students with a safe, rewarding and positive experience, and one which expands their horizons. These trips provide practical experiences and hands-on education that augment material studied in class. Some of the field trips taken are:
- Alabama Dance Theatre
- Alabama Nature Center at Lanark
- Alabama Shakespeare Festival
- Alabama State Capitol
- Camp Chandler
- Desoto Caverns Park
- Central Europe (Germany, Poland, and Czech Republic)
- Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Plant
- McWane Science Center
- Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
- Montgomery Zoo
- NASA Space Camp
- New York City
- Washington D.C.
Eighth graders at Trinity take an annual trip to Washington, D.C.
Trinity students explore other countries, during trips to France and Italy.