Trinity Valley School

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Trinity Valley School
Tvs seal.jpg
Address
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
Information
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
Website

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).

History[edit]

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]

References[edit]

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

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