About Us

West Texas is fortunate to have a school with Trinity School’s mission and commitment to academic excellence and personal development. Founded in 1958, Trinity School exists for the future, rooted in the values of the past. As we all face an increasingly complex and sometimes threatening world, we have a special responsibility and opportunity to help children develop the intellect, discernment, character and spiritual fiber that will enable them to thrive in unexplored times.

Trinity School is dedicated to upholding exemplary academic, ethical, and behavioral standards for all its students. We want our students to know the value of giving their best effort and to experience the power of knowledge. We want them to learn that honesty is intrinsically worthwhile. We want them to understand that their individual behavior affects those around them, and we want them to develop a healthy spiritual life.

Trinity School exists because of the vision of its founders and their appreciation for the value of education. We have the same responsibility today for the next generation and the advantage of inheriting a legacy that is ours to perpetuate. Won’t you join us in our endeavor?


Trinity School is to be a college preparatory community that provides a nurturing environment to enrich the mind, strengthen the body, enliven the soul, and inspire servant leadership.


Trinity School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS), recognized by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and a member of the Independent Curriculum Group (ICG), National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES), Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), and National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).

Facts At A Glance

Enrollment: 600

Preschool – Grade 12

Gender Ratio: 48% female/52% male

Students of Color: 28%

Receiving Financial Aid: 23%

Faculty/Student Ratio: 1:8 in preschool, 1:15 other divisions

Average Class Size: 15

Faculty with Advanced Degrees: 36%

AP Courses: 13; Honors Courses: 19

College Prep

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • How do Trinity students do on standardized tests (SAT, ACT, PSAT)?

    Trinity School’s SAT (Reading and Math Mean) scores are 23% higher than those of the State of Texas and 19% higher than the national mean. Also, Trinity’s ACT mean scores (26) are a full 30% higher than both the Texas and national mean scores (20).

    Trinity School’s PSAT results in meeting college readiness benchmarks is 82%.  MISD’s results show that 62% of their students are college-ready; the Texas results are 60% and the national number of students meeting the college readiness benchmarks is 48%.
  • College Acceptances

    The University of Alabama
    Northwestern University
    The University of Arizona
    University of Notre Dame
    Auburn University
    University of Oklahoma
    Austin College
    Pepperdine University
    Austin Community College
    Purdue University
    Baylor University
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Blinn College
    Rhodes College
    University of California at Los Angeles
    Rice University
    Carleton College
    Rochester Institute of Technology
    Colorado College
    Rollins College
    Concordia University - Irvine
    Southwestern University
    Davidson College
    St. Olaf College
    University of Denver
    Stanford University
    DePaul University
    Texas A&M University
    Full Sail University
    Texas A&M University, Galveston
    Furman University
    Texas Christian University
    Gordon College
    Texas State University-San Marcos
    Louisiana State University
    Texas Tech University
    Midland College
    Texas Woman's University
    The College of New Jersey
    The University of Texas, Arlington
    University of North Texas
    The University of Texas, Austin
  • How does Trinity support students in the college application process?

    Every year, the 10th grade class of Trinity School spends an entire week visiting colleges and universities of all different sizes and types.  This gives them an early start in thinking about the different types of colleges available to them as they prepare to do their college applications during the next year.

    Trinity School has a full-time college advisor who is 100% dedicated to counseling students through the college application process.  Other schools in the area have part-time counselors or counselors whose time is also taken up with testing, academic advising, etc., leaving only about 25% of their time to college counseling for much higher numbers of students.
  • Do Trinity students receive scholarships for college?

    The classes of 2013, 2014, and 2015 at Trinity School were offered close to $5 million in scholarships.  Trinity’s class of 2015 had close to $2.5 million scholarship dollars offered to them. In comparison, the class of 2015 at Lee High School, which had more than ten times the number of students that Trinity did, was offered $1,003,828.  Trinity’s graduating classes, below 50 in number of students, are offered between 2 and 3 million dollars in scholarships, while the graduating classes of the public high schools of 500 or more students  are usually offered slightly over $1 million.  
  • Are Trinity students successful in their college careers?

    (Comments from Trinity alumni, 2012-2015, currently enrolled in an institution of higher learning)

    Stanford student: “Mrs. Stroup was an amazing Calculus teacher! I'm doing well in all my classes, for which I thank all the teachers I have had over the past 14 years at Trinity.

    TCU student: “Any class with writing has been something I excel at--a skill I credit Trinity for giving me.

    A&M student: “Writing essays has been much easier for me than a lot of my friends!

    A&M student: “AP Chemistry at Trinity prepared me really well for the advanced science courses I have taken at A&M.”

    University of California-Irvine student: “[I excel in] Physics, French; I discover that I also get good grades and comments from instructors of my writing classes.

    Baylor student: “I was very prepared for my freshman classes. Trinity did a great job with teaching math and science and I have excelled in most of my classes, from intro to biology and writing and research to organic chemistry.


  • Faith 
  • Excellence
  • Learning 
  • Community
  • Respect 
  • Participation
  • Leadership

Core Competencies

  • Engage spiritually 
  • Embody character
  • Practice scholarship 
  • Work collaboratively
  • Take ownership 
  • Communicate effectively
  • Be well
3500 W. Wadley Ave.  •  Midland, TX 79707  •  432-697-3281, x201  •  info@trinitymidland.org