While Trinity is best known for its intellectual vitality, we promise so much more: a balanced educational program for body and mind, heart and soul, incorporating the arts, athletics, and community service; a chapel program that calls students not only to grow into their best selves, but also to reach out beyond themselves to address needs and realities greater than themselves.
Welcome to the Trinity School Archives! This digital repository aims to preserve, share, and showcase some of Trinity's most valuable historical assets. Here you will find digitized primary source materials and themed exhibits with perspectives on student life, the administration and faculty, and Trinity’s alumni/ae. Learn More
“This is a very engaged community. Students and families are made to feel welcome and important. The bonds here run deep. ”
Conversations about and explorations of spirituality, religion, and ethics at Trinity are woven naturally into the fabric of school life. They occur in classrooms, among faculty and students in the hallways, and every week in Chapel. Learn More
Phoebe is an award-winning investigative journalist, narrative writer, and college professor. Her writing has appeared in O, The Oprah Magazine; National Geographic; the Nation; the Winston-Salem Journal; and Glamour, among other publications. Her work has been recognized by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University, Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists, Columbia University, the North Carolina Press Association, and has been featured in the HBO documentary, The Trials of Darryl Hunt. A graduate of the Columbia University School of Journalism, Phoebe is the director of the journalism program at Wake Forest University, where she teaches writing and journalism, including courses taught at the law school in collaboration with the director of Wake Forest's Innocence & Justice Clinic. She lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with her husband, a dog, and three cats. Her blended family includes three grown children. She is the author of Beyond Innocence: The Life Sentence of Darryl Hunt.
Available Now On "podmissum" – Alumnus Author Tom Lin ’14
This podcast features alumnus author Tom Lin class of 2014. Tom was born in Beijing, China, and immigrated to the United States when he was four years old. A graduate of Pomona College, he is currently in the PhD program in the English department at the University of California, Davis. "The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu" is his debut novel.
Located on the Upper West Side of New York City, Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent school for grades K-12. Since 1709, Trinity has provided a world-class education to its students with rigorous academics and outstanding programs in athletics, the arts, peer leadership, and global travel.