Our former wildcats are leaving their footprints across Charlotte and the world! Trinity alumni leave 8th grade prepared to be curious scholars, servant leaders, confident risk-takers, and solid contributing members of our society. It is not uncommon to see our alumni embarking on international service projects, initiating clubs at their high schools, or leading the way in student government.
The connection of our students through their koinonia group, whole-school initiatives, and cross grade partnerships leaves our alumni with a school family where they are truly known and loved. Maybe this is why they so frequently return to campus to visit with former teachers and reconnect with their science buddies! Connection is key at Trinity and it is one of the things that makes Trinity so special. We invite our alumni to seek out opportunities to volunteer on campus, attend one of our reunions, or update us on the great work they are doing in school and throughout the community. We are proud of the accomplishments of our alumni and look forward to following their future successes!
Portrait of an Alumni
Where Are They Now?
"There is no such thing as a perfect performance. The performance is a living, breathing reality that cannot be fully captured and then assessed as definitive."
- Silas Farley, NYC Ballet, Dance Magazine
"And speaking of averages, perhaps most impressive is the 4.26 GPA Exson carries while attending football practices and games, and playing the cello – yes, the cello -- in the school orchestra and a quartet on the side with some close friends." - Independent Tribune
"His season highlight came in UNC’s win against then-ranked Florida State, when he caught a screen, shook a Seminoles defender, and raced 34 yards down the left sideline into the endzone."
- Charlotte Observer
"Ellie volunteers to play and sing for patients and family members at Levine Children’s hospital roughly ten times a year, and teaches guitar lessons to a select few students from the ages of ten to fifteen." - Ticketfly.com