Trinity Episcopal School (Richmond)

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Trinity Episcopal School
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3850 Pittaway Drive
Richmond, VA, 23235
Coordinates 37°33′1″N 77°35′40″W / 37.55028°N 77.59444°W / 37.55028; -77.59444Coordinates: 37°33′1″N 77°35′40″W / 37.55028°N 77.59444°W / 37.55028; -77.59444
Type Private parochial high school
Established 1972
Headmaster Thomas Aycock
Grades 8–12
Enrollment 460 (2013-2014)
Average class size 13
Student to teacher ratio 10:1
Color(s) Green, White, and Blue
Nickname Titans

Trinity Episcopal School is a liberal arts high school located in Richmond, Virginia. Trinity started as a small independent school in 1972.[2]


The 40-acre (160,000 m2) campus includes 1 classrooms, a 1 volume library, labs, two permanent and two mobile computer labs, student common two and threart studios, dark room, digital music production studio, band room, multi media um and Headmaster's Home. Practice and playing fields for soccer, football, lacrosse, field hockey, baseball and softball are located on campus as well as tennis courts and ss country and track and field. Indoor sports facilities include basketball and volleyball courts and a weight and conditioning area. Trinity haeautiful f and gym. On May 17, 2008 The Boaoke ground on the new athletics and fine arts center.

Trinity Episcopal Scndent school in Richmond, VA that te International Baccalaureate (IB) program.


All Trinity students participate in an after-school athletic program which complements the academic program by providing opportunities for physical development, commitment and accountability and healthy competition in a spirit of camaraderie.[3] Trinity is a member of the Virginia Preparatory League for boys sports and the League of Independent Schools for girls sports.


Trinity Episcopal School is accredited by the Virginia Association of Episcopal Schools and the Southern Association of Independent Schools and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools and the National Association of Episcopal Schools.