For students not currently enrolled at Trinity School.
The Wykeham Scholarships
Submit a completed Application to Trinity School.
All Applications will be assessed by the
Wykeham Scholars Selection Committee: TBA
The Semi-finalists will be announced, date TBD.
All Applicants will be contacted by mail and/or telephone.
Semi-Finalist Interviews on the Trinity campus. TBA
Finalists will be informed no later than date TBA.
It is our hope to announce the Scholars by (TBA).
Dedicated to the Christian doctrines that humankind are made in the image of God and love must be the object of all human relations, Trinity School respects the dignity of all human beings and honors each member of the School community, whether student, teacher, coach, support staff, parent, or any other person on the campus at any time. Trinity School therefore does not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, ethnic or national origin, religion, first language spoken, sex, age, disability, or any other status or class protected by state and federal law. What is meant by “on the basis of…sex” includes sexual harassment which we consider a form of sex discrimination.
William of Wykeham (1320-1404)
One of the greatest names in the history of philanthropy dedicated to education is that of William of Wykeham. Wykeham was a talented person who rose from modest beginnings to become Bishop of Winchester and Chancellor of England during the reigns of Edward III (1312-1377) and Richard II (1367-1400). It was an age of chivalry, poetry, and the proliferation of learning, schools, and colleges. It was a season of legendary figures such as the Black Prince, Chaucer, and Wykeham himself. Never forgetting the generosity of his own early patrons, Wykeham was determined to use any wealth he might control to level the playing field for talented youth seeking outstanding educational opportunities. When he established New College at Oxford (1379) and its preparatory school at Winchester (1382), the Founder guaranteed in perpetuity that at least seventy talented Scholars in each institution would gain their tuition at very little cost to themselves or their families. Trinity School is inspired by the Good Bishop’s example. We invite highly qualified Midland and Odessa students rising to Grades 7 through 10 to apply for one of the generous Wykeham Scholarships.
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