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One College, six schools
At Trinity College, we want student to have the best of both worlds. Our model encompasses a central administration hub with key shared facilities connecting out individual school sites. This approach allows our students to experience the advantages and resources of a large, modern College while receiving the individual attention that is usually associated with smaller schools.
Trinity College was first established in 1984 in St George’s Parish Hall Gawler with just 27 students. Today, it has grown to four EY to Year 10 schools, with a sixth school planned to open in Roseworthy in 2024. The College also operates two preschools and a dedicated Senior school for students in Years 11 and 12 - your children will discover a love of learning at every stage.
For almost 40 years, Trinity College has created modern, inclusive schools with state-of-the-art facilities. Each school enjoys well-appointed classrooms, spacious grounds and exceptional facilities to support an extensive range of subjects and co-curricular activities. Our students are empowered to explore and attempt new challenges through the unique settings we offer, including the Blackham Environmental and Conservation Centre, a farm and vineyard, the Trinity Innovation and Creativity School and STARplex.
At Trinity College, we recognise that children learn differently and that every child has different strengths and goals. Our curriculum is grounded in mastering key competencies and extending students to develop high order thinking skills. We cater to all learning styles and encourage students to choose a path that best suits their needs and interests. Our aim is to see each child fulfil their potential. We offer specialised learning programmes and mentoring opportunities.
Trinity College understands that student’s wellbeing is fundamental to academic, social and life achievements. As a Positive Education School, we aim to educate and support young people to build life skills beyond the school gate. Through our student-centred focus, we develop positive and confident young people ready to change the world for the better. We welcome anyone who would like their children educated in the liberal Anglican tradition, regardless of their economic status or religious affiliation.
Students discover a world of opportunities at Trinity College. Their talents are nurtured with access to state-of-the-art facilities, dedicated staff, and extensive curricular and co-curricular programmes. Whether their passion lies in sport, art, technology, science, nature or music, students thrive at Trinity.
We invite you to explore Trinity College and discover a world of opportunity.