Founded in 1961, Trinity has evolved over the last decade to serve children with learning differences that include autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, auditory and sensory processing issues, anxiety, and developmental or intellectual delays.
Its K-12 program is unique in its approach to individualized instruction that helps each student reach his or her fullest academic and social potential.
“Moving into the historic Edgemere Elementary School location allows Trinity School the opportunity to expand our innovative programs for students throughout greater Oklahoma City who have learning differences,” said Jamie Lewallen, president of the Board of Trustees for the school. “This building’s community legacy spans over a century, and we are so honored to usher in this new chapter.”
Built in 1912, the site has been in continuous use as a school for over 100 years. It has undergone extensive renovations since August 2019 and features large classrooms, a computer learning center, a new gymnasium, a whole-school storm shelter, and other educational technology features.