This information will be updated in August 2017.
Step 1: Applications: Applications will be available the morning of Tuesday, September 6, 2016 online.
*If you experience problems with the online application, contact InfoSnap directly at email@example.com or 866-986-1601, option 2
Step 2: Email Confirmation: After you apply, you will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application. Read all attachments in this confirmation email carefully; they contain important information about the process and events.
Step 3: Parent and Child Visits: Allow time for the Admissions Office to contact you to set up a tour and interview. This might take several weeks. In the meantime, you will receive application status updates via email.
*Regrettably, we are unable to meet all families that apply, even if your application is in by the deadline; (*For more information about our calendar and space limitations please click here
Step 4: Open Houses and Diversity Event: Our Open Houses are optional evening events for parents only and offer the chance to hear from administrators at our school. A Diversity event will also be held in the fall for families interested in learning more about the school’s commitment to diversity and community. All dates are listed in the time line below.
Step 5: School Report:
Give the “Permission to Release Records” form
to your child’s current school. This enables the school to send us your child’s report this winter. Please do not return this form to Trinity.
Step 6: Classroom Observation: An additional part of our process will include seeing children in a classroom setting, either at their own school or in a Trinity classroom on a Saturday. We will contact you if we need to schedule this type of visit at Trinity.
Step 7: File Completion: All application components should be in our hands by early to mid-January. We will let you know if we are missing any items from your child’s file. See below for process details.
(Note: Personal letters of recommendation are not required; multiple letters are discouraged)