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Trinity's Board of Trustees bears ultimate responsibility for the well-being of the school.  Members are nominated by the Committee on Trustees and elected by the full Board.  New members are selected for the particular talents or experience that they can bring to Trinity's affairs as well as for their knowledge of and involvement in the school's activities.  The full Board meets at least five times a year at the school to receive reports from its various committees and from the Head of School.

The Board has three main areas of responsibility:

Policy making
The Board determines the school's objectives and sees that those objectives are appropriately achieved.

The Board sets the budget for each year, authorizes fund-raising activities and makes certain that the program operates within its fiscal limits.  The Board is also responsible for the proper management of Trinity's endowment funds.

Appointment of the Head of School
The Board delegates all administrative functions to the Head of School.

The Board handles most of its business through standing committees, which meet as and when they need to do so.  The present committees are:
  • Executive Committee
  • Development Committee 
  • Education Committee 
  • Facilities Committee 
  • Committee on Trustees
  • Audit and Finance Committee 
  • Investment Committee 
  • Personnel Policy Committee 
  • Diversity and Religion Committee 
  • School Life Committee 
  • Law Committee 
  • Trustee Awards Committee

Board of Trustees

Click here for the Board of Trustees Members.
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Located on 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.