Trinity Valley School

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Trinity Valley School
Tvs seal.jpg
7500 Dutch Branch Road
Fort Worth, Texas
United States
Coordinates 32°39′14″N 97°25′36″W / 32.653829°N 97.426704°W / 32.653829; -97.426704Coordinates: 32°39′14″N 97°25′36″W / 32.653829°N 97.426704°W / 32.653829; -97.426704
Type Private
Motto Per Aspera Ad Astra
Established 1959
Head of school Ian Craig
Faculty 98
Enrollment 970 (2013-2014)
Campus 75 acres
Color(s) Columbia blue, Royal Blue, white
Mascot Trojan
Average SAT scores 1933

Trinity Valley School ("TVS") is an independent, coed, college preparatory school serving grades K-12 in southwest Fort Worth, Texas. Today Trinity Valley School has a total student enrollment of approximately 950.[1] Trinity Valley School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS).


Trinity Valley School was founded in 1959 by George Bragg and Stephen Seleny. They were inspired to start a liberal arts school while on a tour of Europe with the Texas Boys Choir. Seleny became the school's first headmaster, a position he held until 1994. Initially, it was an all-boys school. Girls were first admitted in 1971.[2]


  1. ^ "FAQS". Retrieved 2 August 2016. 
  2. ^ The TVS Story, accessed 4 July 2012.

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