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School Hours

K-12 School Hours
8:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. M-F

Please follow the Car Line Approach shown below when picking up your student.

Car Line Approach


Students must receive tardy slips from the school office if they are not in the building by 8:00 a.m. Students should be in the classroom, seated, and ready to begin the day at 8:00 a.m. Those arriving in the classroom late cause a disturbance to others.

Leaving early for appointments will be recorded in the same manner as an early morning or afternoon tardy.

No tardies will accumulate during the first 3 days of school.
On days of inclement weather, it is possible tardies will be reconsidered.

COVID-19 Protocols
Updated protocols go into effect Monday, August 15, 2022

We encourage our faculty, staff, and families to choose whether they and/or their student will wear masks on campus. Trinity will pivot immediately to a masked community if needed.

Parents should alert the office if an absence is related to COVID-19. In addition, parents and/or students should communicate with their teachers to discuss academic expectations and receive support. 

Students, especially those with learning differences, learn best in a classroom environment. For this reason, Trinity will not offer a virtual learning option as long as the campus is open. However, in the unlikely event that we must transition to virtual learning for everyone, we will adjust these protocols and notify parents, faculty, and staff immediately.

Positive Test

Everyone, regardless of vaccination status

  • Stay home for five days.
  • If you have a negative test, no symptoms, or your symptoms are resolving after five days, you can return to campus.
  • When on campus, you must wear a mask for five additional days unless you receive a negative test. 

If you have a fever, continue to stay home until your fever resolves.

Exposed to someone with Covid-19

Everyone, regardless of vaccination status

  • No quarantine required.
  • You must wear a mask while on campus for ten days unless you have a negative test after day five.

If you develop symptoms, get a test and stay home. Refer to positive test policy.

Distance Learning Program

Students can participate in our Distance Learning Program with no penalty while awaiting test results. Please email if you would like your student to participate remotely.

Guidance taken from

Click here to view a printable version.

Virtual, Remote, and Distance Learning Platforms

Students pivot to virtual learning or remote learning if the campus is closed for weather or other unforeseen reasons (i.e., loss of electrical power, COVID outbreak >10% of the school population, etc.). If pivoting from off-campus instruction is necessary, parents and students will receive information from Trinity administrators and teachers.

Virtual Learning:

Trinity will not offer a virtual learning option as long as the campus is open. Classes are taught live via Google Meet on the regular daily schedule. 

Credit: Attendance is taken based on class session login, participation, and assignment completion.

Remote Learning:

Assignments are posted in Google Classroom for students to complete daily. Students may contact their teacher via email or during office hours with any questions they may have.

Credit: Attendance and participation grades are recorded based on the completion and submission of daily assignments on the day they are assigned.

Distance Learning:

Students can participate in Distance Learning if exposed to COVID or if there is a medical exemption with no penalty. To participate, please notify the school counselor at for information.


Student Handbook

Dress Code/Uniforms

School uniforms must be clean, and without tears, rips, holes, or wrinkles, and must fit properly. If a student is out of uniform, they can receive a referral or can be sent home. All uniform clothing can be purchased at local retail outlets including Dillard’s, Macy’s, Lands End, JCPenny Old Navy, Amazon, etc.

Shirts should be short or long sleeve knit or cotton and must have a collar. Colors include hunter green, navy blue, or white. Trinity t-shirts are only allowed on Fridays.

Pants/shorts should be khaki pants, skirts, or shorts. No corduroy, cargo, capris, wide leg, or patch pocket. Shorts must fall no more than a dollar bill width above the knee.

Girls are permitted to wear skirts. Skirts should be khaki, pleated, or uniform skirts that are not shorter than a dollar bill width above the knee. Plaid skirts purchased from Lands End are also allowed. Skirts are not to be worn form fitting. Undergarments should not be visible even while seated.

Any style is permitted except for those with profanity or references to drugs, alcohol, or violence.

Athletic shoes that tie or Velcro can be worn for all grades. Middle and Upper School students are allowed to wear leather/cotton/suede deck shoes. Open sandals, slip-on shoes, or flip-flops are not permitted at any time.

Sweatshirts or Sweaters
Trinity-approved sweatshirts may be purchased from the school and can be worn year-round. Students may wear crew, v-neck, or button-up cardigan sweaters in navy blue.

On Fridays or for special occasions, jeans and uniform bottoms can be worn with school-authorized Trinity t-shirts.


Our cafeteria POS system, MealManage will allow you to add funds to your student’s account. Student ID’s will be scanned when students come through the cafeteria line, and your account will automatically be charged. To set up an account with MealManage and/or login to your account go to

The daily cost for breakfast is $2.25 and lunch is $5.75.  Click HERE to view monthly menus.

Earn Cash for Trinity While Shopping

See how shopping at Homeland, Target and collecting Box Tops Can Benefit Trinity.

Amazon Smile: If you use amazon to shop, then you are just one step away from helping raise money for Trinity. Visit, choose your school, and start shopping! Trinity will get a portion of your shopping total!

Box Tops For Education: Clip boxtops and send them to school with your child. Trinity earns ten cents per box top!

Homeland: Get a Homeland courtesy card at any Homeland customer service counter for free. Write the code 62127 on the back and every time you shop ask the cashier to enter this code. Trinity will earn a portion of your shopping total

Safety & Security

The safety and security of our students and staff is our highest priority. Trinity School has a full-time, armed security officer on the premises at all times.

In the event of severe weather, Trinity School at Edgemere’s gym is a tornado shelter.

Summer Up

Click HERE to register!

Tuition & Fees

Trinity School is a tuition-based private school that receives 98% of its operating budget from student tuition, with no state or federal funding. Our tuition-based approach allows us to provide unique programs that cater to the individual learning differences of our students and offer smaller class sizes for increased teacher interaction.


Tuition and Fees Summary Document

After School Bonus Rounds
  • Students not picked up by 3:30 p.m. will be sent to after-school care – BONUS ROUNDS.
  • Charges begin at 3:30 p.m. for all students.
  • After-school care ends at 5:30 p.m.
  • There is a $12 per-use fee for after-school care. Families pay monthly for the times they use these services.
  • Additional charges are incurred after 5:30 p.m.
  • $4 charge for students attending clubs not picked up by 5:15 p.m.

Students are allowed to bring their own electronic devices to Bonus Rounds; however, parents/guardians must fill out an Electronic Device Consent Form. Click HERE to access the form. You can also access the form in the Student Forms section on the MyTrinity page.

Teacher Wish Lists

Required Student Forms

Administration of Medications

Approval to Walk, Bike or Drive to School

Authorized Pick Up Designation

Riding with or Picking Up Another Student

Receipt of Student Handbook

Field Trip Permission Form

Electronic Device Consent (Bonus Rounds Only)

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Parent Information

What is House Bill 1934?
  • Provides refundable tax credits of $5,000 to $7,500 per child to cover the cost of education at accredited private schools
  • It covers the cost of tuition and fees for the 2nd semester of the academic year 2023-2024 and for the first semester of the academic year 2024-2025
How Much Will I Receive?

Who is Eligible to Apply?
  • Families with children in an accredited private K-12 schools 
  • Students that receive LNH that doesn’t cover the entire cost of tuition
  • The OTC will give preference to those who claim credits and have a household income of less than $150,000.
How Will I Receive Funds?
  • The refund begins in January 2024
  • Parents will receive one installment for each school semester. Each installment payment will be half of the expected amount of the full year of private school tuition and fees or half of the max credit amount, whichever is less.
  • Payment of the credit will be sent by the OTC as a check made payable to the taxpayer and mailed to the private school where the eligible student is enrolled or expected to enroll.
  • The taxpayer will endorse the check to the private school for deposit into the account of the school, unless the tuition and fees for the eligible student have already been paid in full by the taxpayer. If tuition and fees have been paid in full, the check will be turned over to the taxpayer.
When Do I Apply?
  • Portal Opens December 1st @ 8:30 AM
  • HB 1934 tax credits can only be claimed through the submission of an online application during the set window with the OTC. The credit cannot be claimed on the Oklahoma tax return.
What Do I Need to Apply?
  • An affidavit from Trinity School (Enrollment Verification Form) 
  • A Copy of your 2022 federal tax return You will need the AGI (adjusted gross income; Line #11 on your 1040). If the household had no tax filing requirement, then family should submit the Affidavit for No Filing Req.
What is the Deadline?
  • The application deadline is February 1, 2024 for parents with AGI less than $150K, and December 31, 2024 for parents with AGI greater than $150K of the tax year the taxpayer incurs a qualified expense on behalf of an eligible student or until the annual cap has been met, whichever occurs first. 
Approval Timeline & Payments
  • The taxpayer should receive notice of approval with 14 days after submission of the application.
  • Checks should be mailed to the school within two weeks of approval.


Is Assistance Available?

Working Parent Session (Group)
December 1st
8:00 am – 12:00 pm

December 1st
Appointments Available
12:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Click HERE to sign up for the Parental Choice Tax Credit Working Session.


Available Resources


Application Checklist

Click the image below for a printable application checklist.


Athletics Booster Club

All Booster Club meetings will be held at 8:10 a.m. and 5:10 p.m. in the Trinity Library with virtual meeting options.
2023-2024 Booster Club Meeting Dates:
September 5th
October 3rd
November 7th
December 5th
January 9th
February 6th
March 5th
April 2nd
May 7th

Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

All PTO meetings will be held at 8:10 a.m. and 5:10 p.m. in the Trinity Library with virtual meeting options.
2023-2024 PTO Meeting Dates:
September 5th
October 3rd
November 7th
December 5th
January 9th
February 6th
March 5th
April 2nd
May 7th


Visitor Policy

  • Visitors must sign in at the front desk (South office entrance) using School Safe ID and will receive a visitor’s ID badge from the front office.
  • Visitors must return the visitor pass and sign it out when they leave campus.
  • All campus visitors must have the consent and approval of the principal. Please make all visit requests in advance. Visits requested on the same day are not permitted. 
  • Visiting to observe students in classrooms is not permitted. Please contact our school counselor if you have specific concerns or questions.