December, 2022

2022 SACE Results

December 12, 2022

Trinity College congratulates all Year 12 students on their fine results for 2022!

  • Justin Henkel is Dux with an ATAR of 99.85
  • 41 students attained an ATAR above 90
  • The top 6 students attained ATARs above 98 placing them in the top 2% in Australia
  • Tegan Hardy (97.65) has become only the fourth Trinity student to be awarded a prestigious Governor of South Australia Commendation
  • Over 114 Trinity students scored ATARs above 70 in 2022
  • 358 ‘A’ Grades were awarded
  • 99.6% of students eligible achieved their SACE
  • 17 Trinity students commenced university courses while still at school

Trinity College 2022 Top 10 ATARS

  • Justin Henkel - 99.85
  • Krystal Collins - 99.2
  • Luke Stassinopoulos - 98.75
  • Angus Richardson - 98.65
  • Lachlan Smith - 98.5
  • Wayne Hann Ng - 98.45
  • Austin Nykke - 97.8
  • Tegan Hardy - 97.65
  • Emily Coombe - 97.45
  • Cameron Gilbert - 96.35

College Dux

In 2022 College Dux is Justin Henkel with an ATAR of 99.85! Justin achieved merits in Essential Mathematics and Chemistry and is keen to pursue a career in Medicine.

2022 Trinity College private school adelaide Top 10 ATARs

Chinese Language Awards

December 09, 2022

At the Chinese Language Teachers Association of South Australia (CLTASA) annual awards held last Friday, Riley Sims (Year 11). Zara Fisher (Year 9). Max Jamieson-Colmer (Year 9), Chloe Dilena (Year 6), Rhys Young (Year 10) and Taranpreet Grover (Year 6) received excellence awards for their achievement and efforts in Chinese language and cultural studies this year

The 2022 ceremony was held at Seymour College and was a wonderful occasion. There were many Chinese teachers, award recipients and their family members present as well as some local state politicians and school principals.

CLTASA aims to promote learning the Chinese language and culture in South Australia and supports teachers of Chinese in establishing and sustaining quality Chinese programs by providing professional development opportunities and acting as teachers' voices concerning curriculum, projects, language events and financial support.

The event was very successful and it was a great opportunity for our students to meet and communicate with other students from other schools.

Private schools adelaide Chinese Language Teachers Association of South Australia (CLTASA) Annual Awards winners

Our Commitment to Cultural Safety and Inclusion

December 01, 2022

As an Anglican school, Trinity College’s values are founded on Christian teaching and tradition. Our community engagement, positive social impact and uplifting educational opportunities are all sources of great pride as we actively seek to live our mission of being genuinely open to all.

Every school has its own beliefs and values and as a College, we recognise the platform and responsibility we have to promote inclusivity and diversity. We have made a commitment to continuing conversations and learning using our resources to connect members of our community. We pride ourselves on our dedication to diversity and inclusion across all facets of our College and this year the Trinity College Cultural Safety and Inclusion Enrichment Plan was published. This plan looks to build dignity and respect for all people. Our goal is for inclusion, diversity, belonging and flourishing to be synonymous with our College.

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The Cultural Safety and Inclusion Enrichment Plan was borne from the College’s determination to build on our commitment to diversity and inclusion and, to constantly seek improvement and growth. The plan looks to build dignity and respect for all people regardless of their gender, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation or ability.

Additionally, the plan aims to support inclusivity across our College and in the broader community, including increasing opportunities and acknowledgement for all students, staff, volunteers and supporters regardless of their background.

Cultural safety and inclusion as recognised within the plan include religious tolerance and understanding, gender equity, Frist Nations, multicultural, LGBTQ+ and people with disability or special needs.

The Trinity College Cultural Safety and Inclusion Enrichment Plan builds on the College’s Reconciliation Action Plan which is being further developed to build a culture of equity, respect and recognition of the cultures, histories and contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and to stand as a beacon to the community around us. Diverse perspectives will be sought to ensure lived experiences inform these action items.