There are a number of programs in place to ensure that new students transition seamlessly to life at Trinity:
Many students at Trinity use public transportation. Your son will receive a SmartRider card on the first day of school and funds for travel can be deposited at registered outlets. The school is served by the Red & Yellow CAT buses, as well as Transperth Buses.
You can view the schedule here
Over 85% of our 2016 students enrolled in University. Please see below:
We offer a Certificate II Business course, which is a comprehensive and inclusive training program that provides students with the chance to become workplace-ready before graduation. Participation in this course allows students to progress into a career pathway that complements his individual skillset.
We now offer an Aviation course, which draws from such diverse disciplines as science, engineering, environmental science, the social sciences, mathematics, English and information technology. The Aviation General course caters to those students seeking a career in aviation, science or engineering, and opens the door for a variety of career pathways and TAFE study.
At the moment we do not offer any afterschool programs. The PL Duffy Resource centre does offer a variety of different workshops and clubs during lunch and recess periods.
Please click here for more information.
There are 25 students in each Junior School class. For Years 7-12 the class size ranges from 20-25 students per class.
On Monday to Thursday, the secondary school day begins at 8:30am and ends at 3:05pm. On Friday Years 7-9 have sport from 1:05pm onwards, and Years 10-12 are dismissed at 2:30pm.
The Junior School day begins at 8:40am and ends at 3:00pm Monday to Friday.
For a detailed schedule of the bell times, please click here.
Please visit the Uniform Shop for detailed information on uniform costs.
We welcome students from all religious denominations. All students are required to attend Mass, take Religious Education classes and participate in Christian Service activities.