While our beloved Uptown campus may be closed, we’re still learning, living and loving here at Trinity Episcopal as we navigate the ever-evolving COVID-19 journey. We have been busy with incredible remote learning experiences since mid-March. Our third graders are taking virtual field trips through Uptown Charlotte as they learn about the history of our city, middle schoolers are dissecting Perch fish virtually in science class, first graders are engineering bridges across their homes as part of their design process unit and fifth graders are participating in “genius hour” shares with new learnings they are discovering during these unprecedented times.

We hope that this page is helpful to you as you understand our school’s response to COVID-19. As always, the health and safety of our students and families is of utmost importance to us. Continued learning, connection and creativity are also top priorities and we are beyond proud of the countless ways our community has come together to lift one another up during this time. 

If you are a prospective family that is interested in learning more about Trinity, we’re thrilled that you’ve found your way here. Know that our Admissions Team is looking forward to hearing from you and can still answer questions, schedule phone calls or send along more information for your family to review while we are in this distance learning period. Please email Director of Admission & Financial Aid Jen Moore or visit the Admission Process page on our website.

With hope, gratitude and peace during this evolving season,

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Tom Franz
Head of School


Our Remote Learning Program & Schedule

All remote learning programs require a complete transformation of curriculum, learning environment, lesson delivery and more.

At Trinity, our entire faculty and staff team met for dedicated retreat days in early March to diligently prep and plan for a substantial remote learning program which was rolled out on March 12.

Students at all grade levels are following their planned curriculums by engaging in regular class meetings, 1:1 faculty conferences, synchronous and asynchronous learning, P.E. and wellness, music and art programs, as well as virtual Chapel gatherings.

The creativity and ingenuity put into the planning, delivery and results of this program have been nothing short of outstanding. We are incredibly proud of the work that both our faculty and students are putting into making this program a success during challenging times, and are grateful to the parents who are supporting all of us through it as well.

Taste of Remote Learning

Take a peek at some of the ways our students and teachers have brought learning home.

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Need a pick-me-up?

Here at TES, we like to have fun, be together in community and celebrate the unique individuals that make us who we are. Click below to access some content that will certainly bring a smile to your face!

• Listen to Trinity's Spotify Playlist
• Voices of Trinity
• The Trinity Voice, Winter 2020
Kindergarten Rainbow Project

Easter Chapel

Seasons of Love Video

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