Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill
|Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill|
4011 Pickett Road
|Type||Private, college preparatory|
|Motto||Not to us Lord|
|Head of school||Chip Denton|
|Student to teacher ratio||8:1|
|Campus size||22 acres|
|Color(s)||Blue and gold |
|Athletics||34 athletic teams|
|Athletics conference||North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA)|
|Mascot||Leo the Lion|
Trinity School relies on tuition income to meet most of its annual operating expenses.
Transitional Kindergarten–Kindergarten: $5,780–$11,560
Grades 1–5: $8,125–$16,250
Grades 6–8: $9,250–$18,500
Grades 9–12: $11,175–$22,350
More than 70 local congregations of various denominations are represented in the student body at Trinity. Trinity does not require parents to be professing Christians and welcomes families and students from other faiths, as well as those from nonreligious backgrounds.
Trinity is accredited as a TK–12 institution by Christian Schools International (www.csionline.org) and the Southern Association of Independent Schools (www.sais.org). Trinity School is a member of the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (www.ncais.org).
The Trinity School Athletics program offers three seasons of interscholastic sports for students in grades 6–12. Their mascot is the Trinity Lion.
- Cross Country
- Soccer (boys)
- Tennis (girls)
- Volleyball (girls)
- Swim Team (state champions 2012)
- Baseball (boys)
- Soccer (girls)
- Tennis (boys)
- Track and Field