At Trinity Episcopal School, classes are small and are taught by experienced teachers in a warm, Christian environment. Curriculum structure and design encourage independence and development of social skills, as well as exploration of the world around us.
Students enjoy activities centered around a weekly theme of science or social studies. Topics include the weather, plants and animals, or nutrition, along with explorations of holidays, other countries and community helpers.
Trinity Episcopal School’s objectives are to help each child develop autonomy as a learner, to have comfortable and productive peer relations, to learn those basic skills and concepts necessary for intellectual development, to be aware of and to organize his or her environment in relationship to self, to establish for the child effective learning strategies, and to kindle an excitement for learning.
Trinity Episcopal School is a wholly owned subsidiary of Trinity Episcopal Church and is located on the church’s premises. It is licensed by the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services and is a member of the National and Southwestern Associations of Episcopal Schools. Trinity Episcopal School admits children of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges and activities available at the school.