Trinity Alumni Highlight

Trinity Episcopal Day School is proud of its alumni. Our students are well-prepared for the next steps in their educational journey as they excel in the arenas of fine arts, athletics, drama, and academics. Below are some Trinity Episcopal alumni who credit their solid elementary, Christian foundation as the bedrock for which they were able to learn and grow. We highlight their achievements, and are so proud of their success. May all of our alumni continue to excel in all areas of their lives.

Lauren Dengler

"Trinity has helped me become the person I am today.  With Trinity's caring environment and welcoming teachers, I was free to be myself and grow academically.  The teachers and staff taught me how to make friends and accept others as themselves.  This helped me in other schools make great friends.  I am currently in ninth grade and some of the things Trinity taught me I still use to this day.  I will never forget the memories, laughs, and adventures I made at Trinity. "


Alumni 1

"Trinity was my first impactful school family and has always been the home of my fondest childhood memories.  Our class had its share of arguments, incidents, and laughs throughout the years.  They taught me at at a young age the importance of being myself and accepting others.  Through middle school at St. Luke's this was always a struggle to remember and uphold as it usually is at this age.  Going into high school at St. Joseph's Academy, I appreciate even more the lessons and encouragement from Trinity.  Thank you to all the TEDS teachers and staff that helped me to where I am now."


Alumni 2

"Trinity gave me a head start for middle school, as well as giving me wonderful memories and lifelong friends.  Trinity will always have a special place in my heart. I'm off to Lee High School for 9th grade."


Alumni 3

"Trinity greatly prepared me for Episcopal. The teachers at Trinity understood how Middle School would be different from Elementary School, and they were able direct us so we would have a smooth transition. Currently, I am in 10th grade at Episcopal and I am in Algebra II and Chemistry. I take AP US History and American Literature as well, and I am on the Dance Ensemble. I am a part of UKnighted Club, the Gay-Straight Alliance, Junior Classical League, and Tea Club."


Alumni 4

"My teachers at Trinity taught me how to be organized in school, which turned out to be very important for my transition to Episcopal. While the size of Episcopal was initially overwhelming, going from 7 in my class at Trinity to 83 at Episcopal, I quickly started making new friends and trying new things. I am currently in the 9th grade at Episcopal. I am on the swim team and will be competing in the state swim meet in the 100 backstroke. Also, I am on the drum corps, I play bass guitar in the jazz band, and I am a percussionist in concert band and the wind ensemble. I recently joined the robotics team and will be helping to build a robot for competition in the spring."


Alumni 5

"In my transition from Trinity to Episcopal, the biggest challenge was settling into a larger school community with a variety of different people. My teachers at Trinity prepared me to be successful here at Episcopal and I quickly adjusted to my middle and high school classes. As a 10th grade student, I am enrolled in honors and AP courses thanks to the guidance of my teachers at Trinity and Episcopal. I participate in tennis, and during my time here I’ve been involved in other extracurricular activities including art and band. I highly recommend the visual and performing arts classes at Episcopal."