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In 2016, Trinity Episcopal School embarked on its second capital campaign, Together for Trinity. Under the thoughtful leadership of co-chairs Caroline Stoneman and Thold Gill, along with honorary co-chairs Mary Anne Dickson and Tere Ey, a campaign was launched to achieve the following: 

  • Grow the School’s existing endowments to support financial aid, faculty and professional development
  • Secure and sustain the Trinity Fund for the next 5 years
  • Construct a new community and fine arts space on Trinity’s campus

In June 2018, the Together for Trinity campaign has raised just under 13 million dollars, nearly 2 million dollars over its stated goal. Construction began our new campus building this summer, and we anticipate opening the space to students in time for the 2019-2020 school year! 

While we have achieved truly remarkable success in the Together for Trinity campaign, we will look to continue to raise funds to support our endowments and the Trinity Fund annually. This incredible campaign will roll directly into a major gifts campaign to steward and solicit support from current and alumni parents as well as community members. The campaign’s stated need was certainly ambitious, but it was nowhere near the audacious goal of creating a $40 million endowment which would fully fund the current level of financial aid. This target is what the school will continue to work towards in the coming months and years.

To learn more about the Together for Trinity campaign or other ways to support Trinity, please Director of Advancement Lauren Harnett.

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Construction Updates

April 2019:


- Exterior framing continues. The building takes shape!
- Interior framing has just begun and will move from second floor to first floor. Upstairs, you can see where the choir, band and string rooms will be.
- Roof material is now on site

DID YOU KNOW?
*There are 215 sprinkler heads throughout the new building.
**Roughly 1000 feet of concrete has been poured to create the building’s footing, column bases and slabs. 

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Past Construction Updates

March 2019


-- The large crane has left the site; all steel is installed!
-- Preparation to pour the elevated concrete slab over the multi-purpose room will happen in the next week.
-- The signed beam placement can be visible in the structure now.

Did you know?
A lull fork lift, like what has been on our site, weighs 32,697 pounds, and can lift 10,000 pounds up to 54 feet! Roughly 160 tons of Structural Steel is used in the new building.

February  2019 



-- The first load of steel was delivered on January 28
-- Concrete pour was completed for the slab on the east part of the building
-- Steel is being erected, to be completed by the end of February
-- The crew is preparing to pour the upper slab

December 2018:

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  • Two hurricanes & a rainy November have put construction about a month behind schedule 

  • The crew is preparing to pour foundation for the multipurpose room

November 2018:

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  • Retaining walls were built and footings installed

  • Work began on elevator shaft 

October 2018:

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  • Excavation begins for footing installation

Footings, typically made of concrete with rebar reinforcement, are poured into an excavated trench to support the foundation and prevent settling. 

  • Retaining wall work begins

September 2018:

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  • Site cleared of vegetation & surface soil
  • Ground grading began

August 2018:

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  • Ceremonial groundbreaking at Wildcat Roundup

July 2018:

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  • Yellow House demolished
Future Fine Arts Building Renderings
Live Feed of 8th & McDowell Streets

Trinity Episcopal School (Charlotte, NC)

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