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Welcome to Trinity Prep Middle School

At Trinity Prep, we have a passion to learn. The middle school consists of grades 6 through 8, and prepares students for our fantastic upper school. With a student/faculty ratio of 10:1, your student will experience a superb educational journey.

Our faculty provide our middle school students with some of the best education and experiences. 77% of our faculty hold advanced degrees and many are professionals in their own right. 

Trinity Prep provides a safe space for our middle school students to explore their growing independence. Our students learn, laugh, play and perform.

Mr. Jason Dowdy
Head of Middle School

World Languages


81% of our 7th graders

qualify for the
Duke Talent Identification Program

World History Bee Champion

National History Bee Champion two years in a row

700+ hours

of community service

Whether they are preparing for the sixth grade World Expo, creating an 18th-century English store for seventh grade Dickens Day, or becoming experts on their chosen research topic for the eighth grade Civics project, our students are given the support and tools to attack their learning with enthusiasm and begin thinking critically. We provide a safe space for middle school students to explore their growing independence.

Extracurricular opportunities, like Science Olympiad, Geography Bee, or Pet Alliance Club, allow students to explore and achieve beyond the classroom. This past school year 10 middle school athletic teams placed first or second in their conference. In Builder's Club, eighth graders are serving the community through Trick or Treat for Unicef, Operation Gratitude (providing Halloween candy to service people overseas), donating used clothing to Families in Transition (FIT), and more.

My sophomore started at Trinity Prep in sixth grade and has developed study habits and routines that keep him balanced across all academics and extra-curricular activities. Because he is so self-confident, he is willing to put himself out there to try new things."
Whit '89 and Tracey Watson