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Serving children with learning differences

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2020-2021 Basketball Recap: An Interview with Coach Chad Varney

2020-2021 Basketball Recap: An Interview with Coach Chad Varney

What a season! Trinity wrapped up its 2020-2021 Basketball season on Friday, February 4 and the school is extremely proud of our students’ performance. Both teams played over 15 regular seasons games where they fought hard, played as a team, and never gave up. The...

Unique Strengths of Children Who Learn Differently

Unique Strengths of Children Who Learn Differently

Here at Trinity School, we welcome students with learning differences. These students may have diagnoses such as ADHD, autism, or other learning disabilities. When a child is first diagnosed with a learning difference, their families often focus on how to compensate...

Get Ready To Go Back To School!

Get Ready To Go Back To School!

The long summer days are getting shorter and rows of school supplies are taking up space at your local superstore. It’s time to start thinking about going back to school! Here are some suggestions for making the transition easier for you and your children. Reestablish...

Music and Drama for Neurodiverse Kids

Music and Drama for Neurodiverse Kids

One of the fundamental purposes of art is to shift perspectives and see or hear something interpreted in a new way. Whether it’s music, theater or sketching, kids who practice an art can embrace new perspectives and learn about themselves. This might be more true for kids who already operate from unique perspectives, like students with learning differences.

Automatic Dyslexia Screenings in Oklahoma Schools

Automatic Dyslexia Screenings in Oklahoma Schools

Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that affects areas of the brain that process language and it is one of the most common reasons children come to Trinity School. Over the years, Trinity School has served thousands of Oklahoma children with dyslexia. We know the condition is under-diagnosed and often consistent remediation and resources are not available to students. However, recently legislation was signed into law to help close that gap.

Summer Intensive and Day Camp: COVID Protocols

Summer Intensive and Day Camp: COVID Protocols

Summer is here!  If you are looking for a fun and educational way for your kids to spend their days this July, Trinity has you covered! Our “Summer Up! Intensive and Day Camp” is a mini-crash course in supporting your child’s individual learning style with all the...

The Science of Reading

The Science of Reading

Reading difficulty is one of the most common reasons families seek additional  guidance and assistance with their child’s education. Issues like dyslexia and/or struggles with focus can make reading tough, but with the right intervention plan and supportive reading...

What’s Up with Summer Up!? Intensive and Day Camp

What’s Up with Summer Up!? Intensive and Day Camp

Right now, many parents are wondering what the summer of 2020 will look like.  While kids climb the walls and look for things to do, they continue to evaluate options that stimulate their kids, while keeping them safe.  For several years, Trinity School has hosted the...

Tips for students with learning differences

Tips for students with learning differences

Metro Family Magazine If you’re like most Oklahoma parents, you’re at home wondering what you’re going to do with your children now that the Oklahoma State Department of Education has recommended that school closures extend...

Kiddo Friendly Stay-at-Home Activities!

Kiddo Friendly Stay-at-Home Activities!

While Oklahoma schools are closed as a means of keeping families safe from the spread of COVID-19, we are all doing our part to stay healthy – and keep the kiddos busy! We have a special knack at Trinity School for creating unique lessons for kids of all learning...

The Intentional Design Behind Trinity School at Edgemere

The Intentional Design Behind Trinity School at Edgemere

Trinity students started the spring semester in a “whole new world” – a purposefully renovated building where everything was intentionally designed for students with learning differences. “From the minute you walk into the building, you can see and feel the...

Shaking up Story Time

Shaking up Story Time

The journey a child takes to become an avid reader can be as unique as their favorite bedtime story. Some kids sit quietly and read along during story time, others jump and shout at exciting moments in the book, while others wiggle and play around the room as they...

A Fresh Start to the Spring Semester Welcome to Edgemere!

A Fresh Start to the Spring Semester Welcome to Edgemere!

Trinity School successfully made the move to our newly-renovated, historic building in the heart of Oklahoma City’s Edgemere Park neighborhood. We celebrated with a ribbon cutting and grand opening earlier this month and were proud to have so many of our Trinity...


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School Hours

Lower Division School Hours
8:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. M-F

Middle & Upper Division School Hours
8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. M-F


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.

Virtual vs Remote Learning

Virtual Learning:

Description: Classes are taught live via Google Meet on the normal daily schedule. Elective classes (Art, Music, Drama, PE, Social Skills) are not taught.

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

Remote Learning:

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

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


Dress Code/Uniforms

The guidelines for school uniforms are listed below. School uniforms must be clean, and without tears, rips, or 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, JC Penny’s, Old Navy, Amazon, etc.

Should be short or long sleeve knit and must have a collar. Colors include hunter green, navy blue, or white.

Should be khaki pants or shorts. No Corduroy, cargo, capris wide leg, or patch pocket. Shorts must be a dollar bill width above the knee.

Should be khaki pleated or uniform skirts that are not shorter than a dollar bill width above the knee. Plaid purchased from Lands End (click here) in Hunter/Classic Navy Plaid, Classic Navy Plaid or White Plaid are also allowed. Skirts are not to be worn form-fitting.

Any style is permitted with the exception of those with profanity. 

Athletic shoes that tie or Velcro can be worn for all grades. Upper School is allowed to wear leather deck shoes. No sandals or slip-on shoes.

Sweatshirts or Sweaters
Trinity 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.

For special occasions when approved, jeans and uniform bottoms can be worn with Trinity T-Shirts.


Lunch is ordered on a monthly basis. Parents can click the link below each month to place their student's orders.  The daily cost is $2.00 for breakfast and $5.50 for lunch.



Summer Up

**Click on graphic above for more information and to register**

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.

Tuition & Fees

ADMISSION FEE (per student, due with admissions application, non-refundable) . . . . . . . $300.00

ENROLLMENT FEE (per student, due with enrollment contract, non-refundable) . . . . . . . $325.00

BOOKS/SUPPLIES FEE GRADES K-5 (includes all books and school supplies) . . . . . . . . . . $350.00

BOOK/SUPPLIES FEE GRADES 6-12 (includes all books and school supplies) . . . . . . . . . . $550.00

TECHNOLOGY FEE (Applies to new students and to students whose devices
need to be replaced. Includes new iPad and charger, AppleCare coverage, and
new protective case.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  $500.00
APPLE PENCIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100.00

TUITION FOR KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 5TH GRADE . . . . . . . . . . . . $13,350.00
TUITION FOR 6TH THROUGH 12th GRADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14,750.00


DISCOUNT ON TUITION (When signed contract received before March 12) . . . . . . . . .$275.00

DISCOUNT ON TUITION WHEN PAID IN FULL BY JUNE 1ST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3%

DISCOUNT ON TUITION WHEN PAID IN FULL BY JULY 1ST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2%

DISCOUNT ON TUITION WHEN PAID IN FULL BY AUG. 1ST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1%

Click HERE to access the downloadable PDF of tuition and fees.

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 4:00 p.m. for all students.
  • After-school care ends at 6:00 p.m.
  • There is a $10 per-use fee for after-school care. Families pay monthly for the times they use these services.
  • Additional charges are incurred after 6:00 p.m.
Teacher Wish Lists

Click the name below to link to your teacher's Amazon wish list.

Amy Davis

Rachel Hall

Norma Morton

Chad Varney

Rachel Young


Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)


Trinity School Moves Into Historic Oklahoma City Building - News9

Trinity School moves into Edgemere - The Oklahoman

Trinity School relocating to Edgemere Park - The Journal Record

Trinity School Students Soak In Their Graduation Moment - News 9


COVID 19 Protocols:

The safety and health of our staff, students, parents, and visitors is our utmost priority.  The following is our preparedness plan for managing the COVID-19 outbreak. Trinity School at Edgemere has implemented a four step program that includes Prevention, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery.

Click below to download the 2021-2022 Campus Protocols for COVID-19.

Trinity School Return To Campus 

Trinity COVID Protocols 

Media Materials

Trinity School Grand Opening Press Release

Trinity School Photo/Story Opportunity

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