Trinity welcomes children of diverse backgrounds and provides experiences that foster acceptance, mutual respect, trust, and cooperation among the students, their teachers, and their parents.
In 1963, Trinity School became the first racially integrated private independent school in Georgia. Trinity’s commitment to diversity encompasses and celebrates individual value and worth and the belief and understanding that differences and diverse perspectives enrich our community. Diversity is an ever-present, integrated part of our school day, our program, and our pedagogy. Our community values the power of dialogue, fosters acceptance, and embraces an attitude of continual growth and learning for all. We guide every student to develop a strong sense of self and belonging; to treat others with dignity, fairness, and respect; and to cultivate sincere, empathetic care and concern for others.
At Trinity, the how and what we teach, i.e., our pedagogy and program, support our mission, specifically "to form in our students a strong academic and character foundation so they can be responsible, productive, and compassionate community members."
We strive to instill in and model for our students the following core values: Acceptance, Belonging, Empathy, Fairness, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, and Togetherness. In age-appropriate ways befitting an early childhood, elementary-only school, we emphasize the importance of treating everyone with dignity and being fair, supportive, empathetic, and kind to everyone. We help our students find commonalities, respect differences, and think from multiple perspectives.
Trinity School respects, protects, and celebrates the dignity and worth of all members of its community.
Trinity School does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, religion or creed, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or family composition in the administration of our admission and educational policies, in the extension of financial assistance, or other school-administered programs.