An independent Anglican school for boys in Kew, Victoria.

Trinity has a long and enviable record of academic success. Our diverse curriculum is shaped to meet individual needs in an environment designed for boys to prosper. 
Our students are supported and extended by dedicated and highly qualified staff who engage with them and ensure they achieve their best.

Our Coordinate Program, run in conjunction with our sister school Ruyton Girls’ School, extends the VCE subject options for our students. The Coordinate Program provides a coeducation learning environment at a time in their education when they have the maturity and self-confidence to gain maximum benefit.

Trinity’s Outdoor Education Program offers boys the opportunity to cultivate a love of the outdoors, develop a keener understanding of themselves and their peers, and foster environmental stewardship. It is underpinned by our cross-age mentoring and leadership programs to ensure character development and respect for others.

Trinity proudly offers a range of scholarships for boys who demonstrate extraordinary skills and abilities in music, academic and cocurricular excellence. We also provide a range of scholarships across the spectrum of our community, including for Indigenous students and for the St Paul’s Cathedral Choir.

Trinity offers students a comprehensive Sports Program, including inter-house, inter-school and representative opportunities. The program is designed to engage students with varying interests and abilities in sport and recreational activities across the junior and senior schools.

Our Early Learning Centre provides boys and girls with a nurturing environment and a curriculum to foster their love of learning. They are encouraged to be active and creative explorers who are confident to try new things, develop ideas and refine their social skills.

News and Events

New inductees to the Gallery of Achievement

The Gallery of Achievement recognises the accomplishments of individuals, provides role models for current and future students of Trinity and their families, fosters a sense of continuity and connection within the Trinity community, and builds respect for difference and achievement.

A year of connection, community and opportunity

Whilst it would be redundant to comment any more on the difficulties faced by many of the school community due to the pandemic, it is important to reflect on what has changed because of it. That is, what comes next for us as students, teachers, and as a school?

Celebrating the milestone of graduation

We are so proud of our students, not just for what they have achieved during their time at Trinity, but for who they have become as courageous and compassionate young people in the world.