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Our Alumni

Trinity Episcopal School graduated its first class of eighth-graders in 2004. Each year our graduates have gone on to apply and be accepted to area public and independent high schools and boarding schools all over the country.

The overwhelming feedback provided from our graduates and the high schools that seek them helps us to know clearly that our K-8 program is creating scholars, leaders, confident risk-takers and good, solid contributing members of our society.

Alumni High School & College Decisions:

  • 540 Students have graduated from Trinity, 2004-2016
  • High School Choices: 32% Independent High Schools, 51% Public High Schools, 17% Boarding Schools including (Denotes multiple attendees):
A. C. Reynolds High School Grace Academy Putney School, VT
Ardrey Kell High School (3) Harding High School (3) Queens Grant High School
Asheville School, Asheville (4) Hargrave Military Academy, VA Rabun Gap Nacoochee School
Brooklyn Friends School Hickory Grove Christian Academy (2) Resurrection Christian School
The Cannon School (17) Hickory Ridge High School Rocky River High School
Cardinal Gibbons High School, FL Hopewell High School (6) Salem Academy, Winston-Salem
Carmel Christian Hough High School (3) South Mecklenburg High School (8)
The Cate School, CA (2) Indian Land High School Southlake Christian Academy
Charlotte Catholic (16) JM Robinson High School St. Andrew’s School, Delaware (13)
Charlotte Christian (11) Mallard Creek High School (3) St. George’s School, RI
Charlotte Country Day School (26) Masters School, NY St. Martin High School, MS
Charlotte Latin School (37) The McCallie School (6) St. Mary’s School, Raleigh (8)
Christ School, Asheville (8) Morristown High School, NJ St. Paul’s, NH (4)
Christchurch School, VA Myers Park High School (180) St. Timothy’s School, MD (2)
Community School of Davidson (3) Nauset High School, MA The Taft School, CT
Covenant Day School (3) North Lincoln High School Tampa Preparatory School, FL
Davidson Day School North Meckleburg High School (5) The Thacher School, CA
Deerfield Academy Northwest School of the Arts (2) The Fletcher School
East Mecklenburg High School (9) Phillip O’Berry Academy of Technology (5) Vance High School
Episcopal High School, VA (2) Porter Ridge High School Virginia Episcopal School, VA (6)
Faith Lutheran High School, NV Providence Day School (20) West Mecklenburg High School
George School, PA Providence High School Woodberry Forest School, VA (7)
  • 348 Alumni have attended the follow colleges (2004-2012):
Appalachian State University (12) Lenoir Rhyne University United States Navy
Auburn University (5) L’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris University of Alabama (8)
Boston University Loyola Marymount University of Chicago
Bucknell Lynchburg College University of Colorado at Boulder
Campbell University Mars Hill College (3) University of Georgia (4)
Carsen-Newman University McPherson College in Kansas University of Illinois
Catawba Valley College (2) Middlebury College University of Miami
Central Piedmont Community College (5) Mount St. Mary’s University University of Michigan
Champlain College NC Agricultural & Technical State University University of Mississippi (3)
Christopher Newport University New York University University of Nevada in Las Vegas
Claflin University North Carolina State University (14) University of North Carolina School of the Arts
Clemson University (4) Northeastern University University of Notre Dame
Coastal Carolina Northwestern University (2) University of Oregon
College of Charleston (3) Occidental College University of Pennsylvania
College of the Atlantic Ohio State University University of Puget Sound
Davidson College (6) Ohio Wesleyan University University of San Francisco
Denison University, Ohio Old Dominion University University of South Carolina (7)
Duke University (7) Pepperdine University (2) University of Southern California
East Carolina University (4) Presbyterian College (2) University of Tennessee
Elizabeth City State University Queens University (2) University of Virginia (4)
Elon University (6) Rhode Island School of Design Vanderbilt University (3)
Emory University Rhodes College Vassar College
Fordham University Samford University Virginia State University
Francis Marion University Sarah Lawrence College Virginia Tech (2)
Furman University (6) Savannah College of Art & Design (2) Wake Forest University (11)
Gaston College Sewanee: The University of the South (8) Warren Wilson College
Goucher College Southeastern Institute Washington & Lee University
Greensboro College St. Andrews College, Scotland Washington University, St. Louis
Hamilton College Stanford University Wesleyan College
Hampden-Sydney College (4) The Citadel (2) Western Carolina University (3)
Haverford College (2) Trevecca Nazarene University Western Washington University
High Point University (3) Tufts University William & Mary College
Howard University UNC- Asheville (1) Wingate University
Indiana University UNC- Chapel Hill (31) Winston Salem State University
Ithaca College UNC- Charlotte (5) Wofford College (5)
Johns Hopkins University UNC- Greensboro (5)  
LaSalle University UNC- Wilmington (9)  

Hear from Our Alumni

Genevieve Becker, Trinity Class of 2008, graduated early from Davidson College in December of 2015 with a dual degree in Gender Studies and Spanish. Genevieve spent the spring in Washington, DC, working with the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children. During her time with the organization, she co-authored a report on missing child legislation in South America that will be published this year. This fall, Genevieve will move to Atlanta to begin her job as an Associate Consultant with Bain & Company. Genevieve went to Myers Park High School and graduated in June of 2012.

“As a recent college graduate and new hire in the business world, I still readily attribute my passion for learning and my moral fortitude to the unparalleled direction and compassion I experienced at Trinity, from my peers and mentors, alike. The incredible exposure to service learning I experienced at Trinity still inspires me to actively seek out diverse community engagement in my professional and personal lives. In all, I struggle to express the gratitude I have for my culturally and spiritually immersive Trinity experience because it so far surpasses the traditional definitions of elementary and secondary education.”

Ahnyjah Bradley ’08 is a senior at Virginia State University where he is studying to be a Computer Science Engineer. Ahnyjah serves as the Treasurer for the National Society of Black Engineers and the Historian for the Selected Ones, an organization of Virginia State students who are selected to be the motivators for the progression of the school’s attempt to form campus wide unity. In spring of 2015, Ahnyjah spent the semester in Thailand studying abroad.

Ahnyjah graduated from Victory Christian Center School in 2012, where he was a member of the Varsity Football team, and will be graduating from Virginia State University in December of 2016.

Billy Hobbs ’14 is a junior at St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire where he is a member of the Cross Country, Squash and Lacrosse teams. Billy is also a LINC Leader, which is a club that runs community-building classes and events on campus. This summer, Billy spent time traveling with his family and volunteering with Freedom School through Christ Church. Billy also did a volunteer internship with Trinity’s Advancement Office for the month of August.

Billy was given many different tasks in his work with Trinity this summer. He completed projects such as filming and editing a video on Trinity’s Honor Code, scouting advertising locations around Uptown, collecting updated Alumni Information and also filming and editing a video on Trinity’s first day of school and writing a blog article to go along with it. As Billy reflected on his time spent on the first day of school, he shared this: “The first day of school was always what kick started each of the nine incredible years I had at Trinity. After I graduated, I never thought I would get to be a part of this day again. But after seeing it this time through the eyes of an Alumnus, I noticed that the day hasn’t’ changed much and that it will continue to be one of the most important days in the lives of these young Wildcats.”

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