Trinity Anglican School

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Trinity Anglican School
Cairns, Far North Queensland, Queensland
Australia Australia
Coordinates 16°58′44″S 145°44′42″E / 16.97889°S 145.74500°E / -16.97889; 145.74500Coordinates: 16°58′44″S 145°44′42″E / 16.97889°S 145.74500°E / -16.97889; 145.74500
Type Independent
Motto Latin: Docentes Omnia Servare
(teaching them to observe all things)
Established 1983
Principal Margret Kennedy
Campus Marlin Coast & White Rock
Colour(s) Green & White

Trinity Anglican School is a private Anglican School in Tropical North Queensland, Australia which opened on 25 May 1983. TAS White Rock caters for students from Kindergarten through to Year 12, and TAS Kewarra Beach serves students from Prep to Year 6.

The motto of the school is Docentes Omnia Servare, which is Latin for "teaching them to observe all things".

In 2008 TAS and other private schools in Cairns were given the first free laptop computers supplied by a federal government schools computer programme before needy government schools, whose pupils and parents criticised the move. [1]

See also[edit]

List of schools in Far North Queensland


  1. ^ Margo Zlotkowski (14 June 2008). "It's a bit rich". The Cairns Post. Archived from the original on 23 March 2012. Retrieved 28 May 2017. 

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