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On any given day, your senses will be ignited by our fine arts activities.

You might find our jazz band serenading students and teachers arriving at Trinity Prep; the forensics team packing up to head to another competition; harmonious notes mixing in our new, state-of-the-art keyboard lab; a steamroller creating a giant print for our new Brokaw building; or Vocal Society rehearsing. There is always something happening in the arts. Programs are available as electives or extracurricular programs, beginning in middle school. Whether a student excels at pottery, experiments with digital photography, or practices a perfect accent for a theater role, everyone can find an artistic outlet at Trinity Prep.

Our programs allow students to hone their creative skills on campus and on larger stages beyond the school. Our arts curriculum broadens as students begin their high school careers. Forensics is a great way for students to work on their public speaking and debate skills, and they can get involved as early as eighth grade. Music students can choose from concert to chamber music courses, including AP Music Theory. Theater provides students opportunities both on stage and behind the scenes. Our visual art programs include photography, 2D, and 3D art courses, leading to AP Art and AP Photography.


2021 - 2022 Highlights & Achievements

  • Austin Y. and his artwork, aptly titled “Impulsive” won first place in the Florida Art Education Association’s K-12 Student Art Assessment & Virtual Exhibition. His artwork will be displayed at the FAEA convention. Austin was the statewide winner for the high school level. Austin was also the winner of the Congressional art competition this year within Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy’s District. His artwork titled, "Uprooted" is now going to be displayed within the U.S. Capitol. 

  • We had masterclasses with two Broadway/Trinity alums: Eddie Gutierrez ‘05 and Amanda LaMotte ‘07.

  • Isabel T. wrote and directed her Play “Morningside Song,” which was performed on the Trinity stage. We also found out that Isabel won the 2022 Blank Theatre’s Young Playwright’s Festival (again!) for her play “Droplets, Pellets, Bullets.” It will be produced by the Blank this July in Los Angeles.

  • Sarah B. and Taylor P. both had artwork that was juried into the 2022 Statewide Dali Student Surrealist Art Exhibit. Sarah's painting will be shown at the Dali Museum in St Pete, FL, between May 7-August 21. Taylor's design will be displayed in the museum's online gallery.

  • Hannah Y. received 6 awards at the K12 National Ceramics Exhibition in Sacramento: Sio2- 1st place award, Alfred/Marion L. Fosdick Memorial Scholarship- 30K per year to Alfred University, Jack Troy Merit Award, 2 Artistic Merit Awards, and Studio Potter Subscription Award. Hannah also received an Honorable Mention award for her K12 exhibition at the American Museum of Ceramic Art.

  • Maitland Art Festival: Hannah Y. came in 1st, Kara W.  2nd, and Elaine P. in 3rd Place for 3-D. We also received Awards of Distinction, Excellence, Merit, and Honorable mentions at the Winter Park Art Festival, Maitland Art Festival, and Teen Art Show at the Winter Park Library (both middle and upper school).

  • Florida Art Education Association Digital Art Exhibition - Three middle schoolers received Awards of Excellence. One high schooler received an Award of Excellence.

  • Each All-State Orchestra ensemble had a representative from Trinity Prep! Victor W. for the All-State Symphony Orchestra; Leah F. for the All-State Concert Orchestra; and Alli T. for the All-State Middle School Orchestra.

  • Austin Y. achieved All-State percussionist in the top ensemble.

  • Maansi C., Kaley F., Dalton J., and Sarah S. represented TPS in the Stetson Honor Choir.

  • Cassie C., Kaley F., Eleanor H., Dalton J., Sarah S., Alyssa S., and Samantha V. were selected to sing on the Florida All-State High School Honor Choirs; Aristides B. & Kaitlyn S. - were selected to the Florida All-State Middle School Honor Choir.

  • Upper School Vocal Society hosted and performed for the Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella South Quarterfinals.

  • Upper School Vocal Society also performed in the National A Cappella Convention Honor Choir as choir members and soloists; the full group performed as an AcaPop highlight ensemble.

  • Middle School Select Choir was chosen to perform at Universal Studios.

  • Our high school musicals were adjudicated by the Dr. Phillips Center for the Arts Applause Awards and earned the school 90 individual nominations. 

  • The theater students traveled to New York City over winter break to see shows and take classes with Broadway professionals. There is a group that will be going to Scotland this summer to participate in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest fringe festival in the world.

Most of our fine arts teachers are professional artists themselves, who continue to practice their individual crafts while inspiring the next generation of student artists. Trinity Prep parents provide support for the arts through Patrons of the Arts' publications, events, and fundraising activities.

2022 Spring Choral Concerts