Trinity Academy equips students to live with wisdom, excellence, and purpose in the modern world by offering an education grounded in the Christian faith and the classical tradition.

We believe Trinity Academy offers a unique educational experience for families in the Triangle Area because, in partnership with parents, we combine exceptional academics, fine arts and athletic programs with authentic Christianity.

Trinity’s campus is nestled on a beautifully wooded 38 acre tract of land in the heart of Raleigh, NC the “Fastest Growing City in the U.S.” * Forbes Magazine 2014. Conveniently located off Baileywick Road near the intersection of Creedmoor Road and I-540, Trinity is centrally located and easily accessible to RDU Interntional Airport and Research Triangle Park. Visit us to discover the Trinity difference. Our address is 10224 Baileywick Rd, Raleigh, NC 27613.

Trinity Academy serves students in Transitional Kindergarten through 12th Grade and is divided into two divisions, Lower School and Upper School.

8am to 11:45am (Half-Day TK)

8am to 2:45pm (Tk-6th)

8am to 3:00pm (7th – 12th)

In 1995, Regent School was founded to serve grades K to 8. In 1998, Trinity Academy was founded serving grades 9 to 12. The two schools recognized their need for one another and their shared goals and beliefs and therefore, in 1999, Regent School and Trinity Academy merged to form Trinity Academy of Raleigh. The first graduating class was in 2001. In 2005, Trinity Academy moved to its permanent location at 10224 Baileywick Rd, Raleigh, NC 27613.

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Vivite Veritatem, which is Latin for Live the Truth

In 2005, when Trinity moved to the Baileywick Road property, enrollment was 200 students. Since then, Trinity Academy has experienced steady growth with current enrollment standing over 410 students for the 2018-19 school year.

Lower School = 209

Upper School (includes Middle and High School) = 205

Full-Time Faculty/Staff: 56; Part-time: 9; Coaches: 47

Trinity Academy is an active 2A member of the North Carolina Independent Schools Association (NCISAA) and the Triangle-Triad Athletic Conference (Tri-Tac). The Middle School teams compete in the Capital Area Middle School Conference (CAMSC).

Trinity Academy is currently accredited by AdvanceED (SACS CASI) and seeking dual accreditation with SAIS in 2019. Trinity is also a member of the Society for Classical Learning and the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS).

Head of School: Dr. Timothy Bridges., Upper School Head: Jane Houchin,  Lower School Head Matthew Breazeale. Board Chairman: Matt Young

Yes, through our Extended Learning/Camp Trinity division, we offer child-care, academic support and private music lessons after school. We do not offer before-school care. Visit our Extended Learning page to view all our offerings.