Admission

Welcome

We welcome your application to Trinity School. Applying to a new school can feel overwhelming, and we want you to know that our Admission staff is here to help smooth the path through the application process.
Founded in 1958, Trinity School continues a more than sixty year tradition of excellence in education. Experience the difference that a complete program in academics, the arts, athletics, and faith and service can make in preschool, elementary school, middle school, and upper school. Trinity’s rigorous academic curriculum combines high standards of scholarship with a commitment to inspire children of all ages to reach their full potential. This strong college preparatory emphasis provides challenging and purposeful academic experiences by which students develop self-confidence and the ability to think independently.

We are committed to making decisions that are sensitive to children’s best interests and strive to ensure that Trinity is an appropriate match for a child’s needs. The admission process can include, depending upon the child’s age, testing, observations, examination of academic records and recommendations from teachers, and a visit to the school.

Admission Staff

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Adrianne Clifton

    Adrianne Clifton 

    Assistant Head for Administration / Director of Admission
    432-697-3281 x 202
    Texas Tech University - B.S.
    University of Texas at Austin - M.Ed.
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  • Photo of Cheryl Spotts

    Cheryl Spotts 

    Assistant Director of Admission and Financial Aid
    432-697-3281 x 201
    Cascadia Community College - A.A.
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Prospective Parent

I want you to know that I have visited quite a few schools in the Permian Basin area; for my husband and I, it is extremely important to provide the best education possible to our daughter and son. Trinity School was our dream school, not only for the obvious reasons, but because you have been the only person who has taken the time to truly let us know how the school works, the quality of the teachers, the skills that the kids are learning, and the safe and encouraging environment that surrounds them.