TRINITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Trinity Grammar School is an Anglican for boys school located at Strathfield (Preparatory School PK to Year 6), Lewisham (PK to Year 2), Summer Hill (junior school, middle school and senior school Years 3 to 12) and Pine Bluff (Year 9 outdoor education centre on the Abercrombie River). Since its founding in 1913, Trinity has forged a reputation for outstanding academic results, a caring pastoral program, innovation in the creative arts, and an emphasis on both traditional and community sports.
Facilities: Modern classroom facilities with Smart Board technology, School of Science, School of Music, Design Centre, IT laboratories, library, multi-media facilities and experimental drama theatre, gymnasium, fitness centre, swimming and diving complex and three playing fields at Summer Hill. New gymnasium and music facilities at Strathfield, dedicated Lewisham infants campus, new classroom facilities at junior school. Separate specialist boarding facilities.
Subjects Years 7 to 10: Christian Studies, English, Mathematics, Science, History, PD/H/PE, Mandarin Chinese, Latin, French, German, Geography, Information and Software Technology, Commerce, Music, Graphics Technology, Design&Technology, Industrial Technology, Visual Arts, Visual Design, Classical Greek, Drama.
Subjects Years 11 and 12: HSC Ancient History, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Chinese, Classical Greek, Construction, Design&Technology, Drama, Earth&Environmental Science, Economics, English, Engineering Studies, Entertainment Industry, French, Geography, German, History Extension, Hospitality, Information Processes&Technology, Latin, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Modern History, Music 1&2, PD/H/PE, Physics, Science, Software Design&Development, Visual Arts (Photography, Sport Lifestyle and Recreation, Visual Design Year 11 only).The International Baccalaureate: The IB Diploma is a two-year rigorous international academic curriculum currently offered at Trinity for students in Years 11 and 12 seeking university entrance in Australia and overseas.Subjects include a first (English) and second language, a humanities subject, a science subject, a mathematics subject, and an elective subject. Three subjects are studied at the higher level and three at the subsidiary level. In addition, students undertake a Theory of Knowledge course, submit an extended essay of 4000 words, and participate in compulsory physical, creative, aesthetic, and community service activities.
Sport: Students have a wide choice of sports from rugby, cricket, basketball, football, swimming, track and field, water polo, volleyball, tennis and cross-country. Involvement in sport and co-curricular activities is a compulsory part of the student's program with the emphasis on participation as well as performance.
Co-curricular: Cadet unit, music (orchestral, band, choral groups), debating society, chess, DEAS, drama, peer support, charity and community, scouts and many other activities.
Welfare and personal development: Highly-experienced staff seek to extend each student academically, while carefully monitoring the individual's personal development through the school's pastoral care program. At middle and senior school levels, there are 16 houses and a 'small school' atmosphere is preserved.
Famousex-students: John Antill, Dr David Warren, Richard Wherrett, Marc Newson, Judges Hungerford and Badgery Parker, AB Kerrigan QC, John Lamble, HRH The Sultan of Johor, Olympians: Bill Tully, Graeme Banks, Wayne Shillington, Lars Kleppich, Luke Adams, Steven Barnett.