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Creating Scholars, Nurturing Spirituality & Embracing Diversity in Charlotte's Center City.

Trinity Episcopal School is committed to the breadth of the Episcopal tradition in both unity and diversity. We strive to attract and admit a student body that reflects the greater Charlotte community, both socio-economically and culturally. The application for financial aid has no bearing on admission to Trinity Episcopal School.

The School’s Board of Trustees has established two funds to support families who wish to attend Trinity and need financial assistance:

  • Financial Aid – Trinity has a need-based financial aid program made possible, in part, by our Trinity Fund. All students (K-8) are eligible to apply for financial assistance. In 2016-17 we awarded $1.5 million in financial assistance to more than 26% of our students. Financial awards are based on demonstrated need as assessed by the School & Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS). SSS provides, at the request of parents, a financial analysis based on the confidential Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS).
  • Trinity Opportunity Grant – We recognize the growing financial pressure on middle income families and in response, we established the Trinity Opportunity Grant (TOG) in 2005. The Trinity Opportunity Grant is available for students in Grades 6-8 whose family annual gross income is between $75,000-$160,000, as verified by their most recent tax return & W-2.
    Please contact our Director of Admission & Tuition Assistance Jennifer Moore for additional information.

2018-19 Cost of Attendance

K-5 Tuition: $17,235
6-8 Tuition: $18,885

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Tuition Refund Plan

Other Financial Resources

Trinity Episcopal School is acutely aware of the challenges of paying tuition and has an additional option for you to explore beyond the School’s tuition assistance.

Please check the following websites to see if your family would qualify for this program:


*Trinity Episcopal School expects a modest increase in tuition each year.
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