Welcome to Trinity Academy, a Community of Faith and Learning
We are delighted that you are considering partnering with Trinity Academy in the education of your child. Through the admissions process we want you to gain a complete understanding of Trinity’s Innovative, Classical approach to learning. Our goal is to help you find the best educational fit for your child.
Nestled within our wooded 38-acre campus in North Raleigh, Trinity Academy is bustling with over 425 students spanning grades TK-12 – learning and growing through Christ. Trinity Academy embraces the gospel of Jesus Christ and integrates authentic Christianity with superior academics. Our highly skilled faculty is excellent in their craft but also truly invested in the lives of students. We focus on the classical arts and sciences and offer a full array of high-quality, competitive athletics and award-winning fine arts. Trinity rivals the best schools in the region, boasting 100% college-acceptance and generous college scholarship offers.
Just as important as our approach to academics is our approach to student spiritual formation. Alarming statistics indicate that a large percentage of young people leave the faith when they leave home for college. At Trinity, we believe this happens because students are not given the opportunity to wrestle, test and even doubt their faith in ways that ultimately prove their faith. It is hard to defend a faith that is not your own, but only borrowed from parents, pastors or a youth minister.
College should not be the first time our students hear a salient challenge to their childhood beliefs. Therefore, we offer students a safe place to work through their questions, doubts and fears, while surrounded by godly mentors who care about them and their relationship with Christ. Our approach is this: “We don’t tell our students what to think. We teach them how to think.”
Seeing is believing, therefore we invite you to visit us and experience the Trinity Difference in action.
Director of Enrollment Management
919.786.0114 ext. 1721