Step 1 - Inquire

Step 2 - Visit Our Campus

Once you have submitted your online inquiry, we want you to come see the Trinity difference in action! 

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Choose to attend our Super Tour or a Campus Tour.

NOTE: The Open House combined with the Campus Tour is similar in presentation and structure to the Super Tour. The Super Tour is a hybrid model condensed into 90 minutes. You do not need to sign up for all three options.
 

Super Tours

Super Tours include a very informative presentation from our School Leadership Team, followed by a peek into our classrooms in-action on our campus tour. We have dubbed these “Super Tours” as they go above and beyond the typical campus tour. All Super Tours begin at 9:15am and will last approximately 90 minutes.

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  • October 25
  • November 13
  • January 10
  • March 7
     

Campus Tours

Join us for a campus tour of our classrooms, gardens and community spaces and see our classrooms in action.  Tours are given in small groups and last approximately one hour. All tours are on Mondays and begin at 9:30am.

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  • October 8
  • October 22
  • November 5
  • November 19
  • December 3
  • December 10
  • January 7
  • February 4


Open House

Attend our Open House to learn more about Trinity’s progressive student-centered curriculum, our inclusive approach to community life, service learning and more from our School Leadership Team. Please also register for a Campus Tour so you can come back in the day and see classrooms in action!

Tuesday, October 2, 2018


Step 3 - Submit Application

We welcome admission applications at any time of the year. For first round consideration, all admission applications and application fees should be submitted to our Admission Office before January 15, 2019.


Step 4 - Apply for Financial Aid

All families of students (K-8) are eligible to apply for our need-based financial assistance program. The application for financial aid has no bearing on admission to Trinity Episcopal School. In no case will a child be denied admission because of implied, inferred or demonstrated financial need. Click here for more information.


Step 5 - Schedule Testing

As part of the admission process, applicants take a standardized assessment. In all cases, these tests need to be scheduled in advance.

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Rising K-1: Schedule an appointment with a psychologist from the CAIS list to administer the WPPSI-IV(Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scales of Intelligence). Ask the psychologist to send the results to Trinity.

Rising Gr. 2-4: Schedule an appointment with a psychologist from the CAIS list to administer the WISC V. Ask the psychologist to send the results to Trinity.

Rising Gr. 5-8: Register your child for the ISEE Test given at a number of Charlotte area independent schools. Please have the results sent to Trinity.


Step 6 - Request Transcript & Teacher Recommendation

Step 7 - Be a Wildcat for a Day

Prospective students are invited to spend a day with us during the school year. 

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  • Rising Kindergarten: Kindergarten observations are held on Saturday mornings in December and January. You will receive an email inviting you to choose a day that works for your family. The observation process typically lasts under two hours. Your child we will assessed on their readiness for kindergarten in the developmental areas of cognitive, social/emotional and motor.
     
  • Rising Grades 1-8: The Admission Office will be in touch to schedule a visit day once you have submitted your application. 

Step 8 - Meet with Admission Team

The Admission Office will meet with each applicant family to share highlights from the visit day and answer questions. This conference takes place once the application file is complete.


Admission Decision 

Kindergarten notifications will be emailed on February 22, 2019. Acceptances are due back March 1, 2019. 

Gr. 1-8 notifications will be emailed on March 22, 2019. Acceptances are due on March 29, 2019.

Admission Team

Jennifer Moore
Director of Admission & Financial Aid
jmoore@tescharlotte.org

April Harrill
Assistant Director of Admission
aharrill@tescharlotte.org

Rolling Admission
Trinity accepts admission applications year-round, including for mid-year admission, where space is available. We will work with families to complete the admission process as quickly as possible. Please contact the Admission Office for more information.

Sibling Intent Form
Current Trinity families interested in applying for another child to attend in 2019-2020 should complete a Sibling Intent Form. Sibling intent forms are due September 30, 2018, to secure your child’s place in kindergarten.

Please contact the Admission Office for more information.

Wait Pool Information
After a grade-level is filled, Trinity will maintain a wait pool so that admission decisions can result in accepting the best-qualified applicants and maintaining a balanced class and/or student body. The students in the wait pool are not ranked and as space becomes available, the entire pool will be considered.