At Trinity, we value the positive relationships that develop between students. We are a school that also celebrates a nurturing, caring relationship between students and staff.

Trinity has shaped a unique, caring culture that begins when the student enters the School. We have a Buddies Program in the Junior School for Prep students, Peer Support for Year 7 students and Cross Age Tutoring between the Junior School and Year 9 boys.

The Year 8 Learning Journeys Program addresses friendship groups, peer pressure, leadership and personal development, with Year 10 boys assisting in the program.

One of Trinity’s most successful programs is the Leppitt Leadership course where some 60 boys attend a four-day program to prepare for leadership roles on Year 7 and 8 outdoor camps. These experiences bring out remarkable changes in young men as they are given real responsibility for other students in an outdoor setting.

Trinity has eight Houses (plus four Houses in the Junior School). The House system allows for small groups of students to connect with boys of different ages. This is another opportunity for boys to take on roles of responsibility in the House System and earn House Colours.

Single, Double or Triple School Colours and formal positions of leadership are won by boys as they become more involved in School activities and respond to the responsibility of these positions.

The School recognises different styles of leadership and actively encourages individuals to immerse themselves in areas of interest. These channels contribute to developing the character of boys and help to form friendships at school which will last a lifetime.

Senior School Houses

  • Arnold
  • Cowen
  • Henty
  • Hindley
  • Kent Hughes
  • Merritt
  • Roberts
  • Sutton

Junior School Houses

  • Friend
  • Henderson
  • Inglis
  • Summers