An elementary-only independent school located in Atlanta, serving children ages three through Sixth Grade since 1951.
Our Diverse Community
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 school in Georgia. As an inclusive community, we celebrate diversity, multiculturalism, and the value of every individual. Additionally, we strive to have diversity, equity, and inclusion be an ever-present, integrated part of the school day; to value the power of conversation and dialogue; and to embrace an attitude of continual growth and learning.
Trinity's community is enriched by the diversity of its families, teachers, and students. Learning derives from listening to and sharing about one another’s stories. Integrated throughout the curriculum, diversity is celebrated throughout the year, and students are encouraged to bring their full selves to school, to ask questions, and to be accepting of each other’s differences as an integral part of a learning community.
Trinity School respects and protects the dignity and worth of all members of its community without regard to race, color or national origin, religion or creed, gender, sexual orientation, family composition, economic status, or age.