Commitment to Diversity
Trinity School is committed to attracting and admitting families who will continue to expand our diverse community.
What do we mean by diversity? Diversity is variety, or a range of different things. At Trinity, we see variety everywhere. It’s in the way each student learns, moves and speaks, and in the way she or he interacts. It’s in the way different teachers teach. We see variety in skin color, in what makes a family, and in what makes a home. We hear variety in languages spoken, and languages used as in the languages of scholarship, art, movement and music. We learn about variety in backgrounds, faiths and life experiences. Each Trinity family and student contributes to our diversity.
Trinity School supports socio-economic diversity by committing ten percent of its tuition income to financial aid.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
Trinity School does not discriminate on the basis of disability, gender, nationality, race, ethnic origin, religious, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid programs, and other school-administered programs. We are committed to maintaining a community in which a diverse population can grow and develop in an atmosphere of tolerance, civility, and mutual respect for the rights of each individual.