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Trinity Academy (Raleigh, North Carolina)

Trinity Academy
10224 Baileywick Rd


Religious affiliation(s)Protestant Christian
Established1995 (25 years ago) (1995)
CEEB code343241
HeadmasterTimothy Bridges
Faculty61.3 (on an FTE basis)[1]
Enrolment400[1] (2015–16)
Campus size38 acres
Campus typeSuburban
Color(s)Black and Vegas Gold
Athletics conferenceNCISAA (level 2A)
Triangle Triad Athletic Conference Tri-TAC (varsity)
CAMSC (middle school)
AccreditationSACS and NCAIS
Tuition$4840 (Half-Day TK)
$8815 (Full Day TK)
$10750 (Kindergarten)
$13695 (grades 1–6)
$14425 (grades 7–12)
plus student activity fees for all grades

Trinity Academy, formerly Trinity Academy of Raleigh, is a classical, Christian school located in Raleigh, North Carolina. The headmaster is Timothy Bridges.[2]


Trinity Academy was founded in September 1995 by a board of directors. In 1998, Trinity Academy of Raleigh was formed when Trinity Academy (a high school) and Regent School of Raleigh (K–8) merged. Originally, the two divisions were on different campuses: (Asbury United Methodist Church and Calvary Presbyterian Church). In 2002, the entire school moved to Providence Baptist Church,[3] and then again in 2005 to 10224 Baileywick Road campus where the school resides today.


All students in 6th-12th grades are required to participate in at least one sport for a physical education grade. This means sports are curricular at Trinity Academy. For the 2018-19 school year, Trinity's high school will compete in the newly formed Triangle-Triad Athletic Conference (Tri-TAC) 2A. Middle School competes in the Capital Area Middle School conference (CAMSC). Currently, Trinity offers the following sports:

Fall:Cross Country MS Boys/Girls, Cross Country Varsity Boys/Girls, Soccer MS Boys/Varsity Boys, Tennis Varsity Girls, Volleyball MS Girls A and B/Varsity Girls

Winter: Basketball MS Boys A and B/Girls, Basketball Varsity Boys/Girls, Basketball JV boys, Cheerleading—Co-ed, Swimming—Varsity Boys/Girls

Spring: Baseball MS Boys, Baseball Varsity Boys, Golf Varsity Boys, Soccer MS Girls, Soccer Varsity Girls, Track MS Boys/Girls, Track Varsity Boys/Girls, Tennis Varsity Boys


  1. ^ a b c "Trinity Academy". Private School Universe Survey. National Center For Education Statistics. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
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  3. ^ "Welcome to Providence | Providence Baptist Church". 2012-02-05. Retrieved 2012-02-11.

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