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Meet Trinity Academy: Where good things run wild in the classroom

Nestled on a wooded 38-acre campus in North Raleigh, Trinity Academy is bustling with over 540 students spanning transitional kindergarten-grade 12.

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Trinity Academy encourages a nurturing, caring, fun, and vibrant classroom environment.

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There is nothing quite like the laughter of children when they are fully caught up in delight. That kind of delight is seen every day in the classroom, on the playground, and around the lunch table at Trinity Academy. The classical, private school — serving transitional kindergarten-grade 12 students in North Raleigh — is intentional about surrounding students with joy while emphasizing the importance of growing and learning physically, intellectually, and spiritually.

The curriculum

Under the skilled leadership of a highly-qualified faculty and staff, students are able to learn in an environment where good things — like laughter, curiosity, learning, mindfulness, respect, kindness, hard work, friendship, and humility — run wild.

Students are led through a curriculum that highlights the world’s great books, thinkers, composers, and artists; allowing children and teens to develop a sense of who they are. Trinity Academy believes that the role of education is to give students the tools they need to apprehend “the true, the good, and the beautiful” in order to flourish as they enjoy a lifetime of learning.

The development of character

As students grow into maturity, they learn how to employ a seriousness of mind when they approach complex issues, coming to grips with the importance of conviction, winsomeness, and reason. Trinity celebrates not only the laughter of a young child, but also the confidence of a high school student who displays the kind of smile that comes from good work well done.

Believing education is more than the transfer of information, but a cultivation of character, Trinity Academy comes alongside parents and students in investing in the hard work it takes to cultivate that character and the fruit it yields.

Trinity Academy soccer player runs on the field

Athletics, which are curricular at Trinity, are an important part of student development.

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Admissions

Interested in enrolling your child? Parents and prospective students can visit Trinity during an upcoming open house or a group tour (Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m. and Fridays at 10 a.m.) to discover “The Trinity Difference” for yourself.

Ready to apply? Learn more about the application process.*

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