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School Life

A day in the life of a Trinity Prep student isn’t just about classes.

The campus itself is alive and bustling all day, and the sense of community is palpable as you walk around campus. From joining a club to seeing other parts of the world, students are encouraged to find something they connect with and to pursue their interests.

The Trinity Prep spirit is so contagious that it overflows into our community. Our students may go on a shark tagging excursion, help build a house for a local family through Habitat for Humanity, learn about marine mammals at SeaWorld, travel to a camp in North Carolina, visit a Hindu temple in Orlando, or travel to South America to hone their photography skills in Peru.

In addition to outstanding academics, Trinity Prep provides students with a variety of experiences in technology, the arts, athletics, community service, extracurricular activities, international class trips, and summer programs.

Taking time out of the day to celebrate a Saints Stop means so much more than just a break in the day. It’s a time to connect with friends and enjoy the Quad. Moments like this are the memories that make Trinity a special place for our students. "
Bridget Hawley, Current Trinity Prep Parent

Saints Stop

Taking a break from the classroom is important here at Trinity Prep. Our students are treated to a surprise "stop" of learning a few times a year - we call a Saint Stop - complete with yard games, snacks, music, and more! 



In the fall, students enjoy a weeklong of activities during Spirit Week, ending with Homecoming that includes Athletic Hall of Fame, Lunch on the Lawn, Pep Rally, and of course, the football game!

Headmaster's Day

This special day includes events like crab soccer, ultimate frisbee, balloon toss, and a pie-eating contest. The morning ends with the annual junior-senior rope pull over the canal between Lake Martha and Lake Burkett.


Therapy Dogs

During the school year, our students are encouraged to take a break from class and relax with some special furry friends. Pawfection Therapy Dogs are brought to campus so the students can destress from exams.