Trinity Academy of Raleigh

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Coordinates: 35°54′39.30″N 78°41′48.01″W / 35.9109167°N 78.6966694°W / 35.9109167; -78.6966694

Trinity Academy of Raleigh
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Location
10224 Baileywick Rd
Raleigh, NC, 27613
USA
Information
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Protestant Christian
Denomination Interdenominational
Established 1996
Headmaster Robert Littlejohn
Staff 56
Faculty 32
Grades K–12
Number of students 325
Campus Suburban, 73 acres
Athletics conference NCISAA (level 1A)
CCC (varsity)
TMSC (middle school)
Mascot Tigers
Accreditation SACS and NCAIS
Tuition $10,990 (grades 7-12)
$10,579 (grades 1-6)
School colors Black and Vegas Gold
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Website

Trinity Academy of Raleigh is a classical, Christian school located in Raleigh, North Carolina. The current headmaster is Dr. Robert Littlejohn[1]

History[edit]

Trinity Academy was founded in September 1996 by a board of directors. Trinity (originally known as Regent School) had its first day of school on August 24, 1998. It was first located at the Asbury United Methodist Church and Calvary Presbyterian Church. In 2002, the school moved to Providence Baptist Church,[2] and again in 2006 to the site where its permanent facilities are located.

Athletics[edit]

Middle school teams for boys and girls at Trinity include: swimming, basketball, soccer, and tennis. Middle school girls also have volleyball. High school boys teams at Trinity include: swimming, basketball, golf, soccer, and tennis. For the high school girls they offer swimming, volleyball, cheerleading, basketball, soccer, and tennis.

Students in middle and high school are required to participate in at least one sport for a physical education grade. At the end of each season there is a sport banquet where awards are given to the athletes.

The Trinity High School teams are in the Carolina Christian Conference (CCC), and the Trinity Middle School teams are in the Triangle Middle School Conference (TMSC).

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