Trinity Academy 2017 Annual Report

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2017 Annual Report

STORIES OF STEWARDSHIP


LETTER FROM BOARD CHAIRMAN

From Trinity Academy’s

Chairman of the Board

Dear Parents, Grandparents, Alumni, and Friends of Trinity Academy:

At the start of 2018, Trinity Academy is on the threshold of a transformative future. Over

the last decade, Trinity’s leadership has focused on moving us to a place of financial strength

while also advancing our program excellence. We are strong in both areas and ready for the

next stage in Trinity’s history. Our school’s history can generally be divided into three eras:

1. Formative. This was a time marked by substantial financial underwriting by a few key

donors. The generosity of this era allowed the school the flexibility to focus on its mission

and to form its core identity without fear of financial distress. To this day, we all enjoy

the fruits of this time.

2. Foundational. During this period, Trinity transitioned financially to a place of selfsufficiency.

With strategic moves by our leadership, we moved from a position where

tuition and other program revenues covered only 67% of operating expenses to a position,

by 2012, where those same sources of revenue covered 97% of operating expenses. The

national benchmark for excellence in this area is 90%.

3. Thriving. In the 2014-2015 academic year, we moved into a new era by launching

our first annual fund effort, The Trinity Fund. This was an important step as we worked

to broaden the stable of families that own the Trinity mission through their time, talent,

and treasures and as we attempted to fund important strategic initiatives and supplement

our operating budget. The Trinity Fund has been a remarkable success. Over the last four

years, we have seen broad-based giving include parents, teachers, grandparents, alumni

and board members – and the giving has been reliable, with over 95% of pledges fulfilled.

Be assured that the Board and administration are both prayerful and strategic in their thinking as

we plan for tomorrow. Our recent successes lay the groundwork for us to take the next step as we

consider ways to grow and make more permanent our physical infrastructure. We are all blessed

to be a part of Trinity at such an exciting time. As we transition our administrative leadership and

plan for the continued development of Trinity’s campus, we are in a place where we can all make

a difference – through our prayers, our time, and our gifts. I trust you will enjoy reading this

Annual Report and see it for what it is – a very eager thank you for all that each of you has done,

and will continue to do, to support and grow our Trinity Academy community.

Matthew A. Young

Board Chairman

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OVERVIEW

One of our top priorities as Trinity parents is to provide our children with an education that will equip them to

live with wisdom, excellence, and purpose, whatever the future may hold. The tuition we pay for our children’s

education (K-College) is our investment in their future. We all sacrifice to provide them such a generous gift.

And we entrust Trinity to steward well our children and our finances.

In a sense, we are also called to be stewards of the next generation. Our children’s development of an authentic,

Christian worldview at Trinity, combined with their ability to think critically and creatively, and to communicate

effectively, will give them the ability to Transform Tomorrow in the realms of business, politics, technology,

culture, and the Church. This is a tomorrow worth investing in.

This publication provides you with important financial information on how Trinity is stewarding your

resources. In addition, we share Stories of Stewardship that prove your investment is making an eternal impact

as Trinity students Transform Tomorrow.

OUR FIVE PILLARS

ACADEMIC

EXCELLENCE

CURRICULAR

ATHLETICS

SPIRITUAL

FORMATION

CHRIST-LIKE

COMMUNITY

THRIVING

FUTURE

Stewarding

minds, cultivating

thought

Stewarding

competitive

drive, cultivating

humility

Stewarding hearts,

cultivating joy

Stewarding

grace and love,

cultivating lives

together

Stewarding

resources,

cultivating long

term security

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STEPHEN’S STORY

Story 1

Stephen West (Academic Excellence)

stewarding minds, cultivating thought

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MEET STEPHEN WEST ‘10

College: North Carolina State University ‘14, Park Scholar

Major: Aerospace Engineering

Post-Graduate: Stanford University ’16, M.S.; Arizona State University ’21, Ph.D.

Favorite Trinity Class: AP Calculus

Three Words to Describe Trinity: Classical, Christian, Community

Fun Fact: Stephen is a commercial pilot and certified flight instructor

At Trinity Academy, Stephen developed the ability to think critically, communicate

effectively, and filter everything he learned through a Christian worldview. From

an early age, he grew an appreciation for and a love of learning. Taking on the most

challenging classes, both while attending Trinity and throughout his college and postgraduate

years, quickly became Stephen’s norm, not because he felt pressured to, but

because he genuinely wanted to. Stephen attributes his love of learning to the standard

of academic excellence Trinity Academy encouraged day in and day out. As a result,

he’s felt well-equipped in his pursuit of higher education to take on studies of new topics

with steep learning curves. To date, he has not only gone on to obtain his Masters in

Aeronautics & Astronautics from Stanford University, but he is also currently pursuing a

Ph.D. in Geological Sciences at Arizona State University where he’s studying planetary

science and nuclear instrumentation. Stephen says there’s no question that the academic

foundation with which Trinity blessed him has and will continue to help him excel to his


“ ”

Trinity is important to me because it provided an exceptional

education spanning all disciplines, surrounded and continues

to welcome me into community, and cultivated my ability to

articulate and defend my Christian faith.


fullest potential and set him apart in his academic pursuit.

Trinity shaped me into a person who can

boldly engage with any line of inquiry while

standing strong in my Christian faith.


MATTHEW’S STORY

Story 2

Matthew Duggins (Curricular Athletics)

stewarding competitive drive, cultivating humility

MEET MATTHEW DUGGINS ‘11

College: Denison University ‘15

Major: Political Science, Arabic

Favorite Trinity Class: AP US History

Three Words to Describe Trinity: Community, Faith, Purpose

Fun Fact: Matthew has lived in the Middle East

Academics were only half of what Trinity Academy gave Matthew Duggins. His

participation in swimming throughout his years at Trinity was as much a vital part of his

school experience as the academics themselves. Curricular Athletics taught Matthew the

value of hard work and leadership by example, critical values that are important in any stage

of life. They also taught him how to persevere through difficult times while showing him the

importance of leaning on friends and faith. Matthew believes that the real-life experiences

he learned while at Trinity, especially through team sports, prepared him for life beyond

high school and set him up well for life as an adult, living in the Washington D. C. area

and working for the United States Department of Defense. Trinity’s first state champion

in swimming, Matthew went on to swim on Varsity his freshman year at Denison, making

lifelong friends in the process. He eventually went on to direct the campus-wide intramural

sports program his last two years in college. Sports have been and always will be an integral

part of his life and much of that can be attributed to his years at Trinity. Congratulations to


The experiences you have with your team in the pool

or on the field add another layer of meaning to the


already strong friendships you have.

Matthew upon his December engagement to Anna Apostel.

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THE GESSNER’S STORY

Story 3

The Gessner Family (Spiritual Formation)

stewarding hearts, cultivating joy

MEET THE GESSNER FAMILY (TED ‘15, ANNA ‘19, EMILY ‘22)

Three Words to Describe Trinity: Grace-filled, Community-driven, Culture-engaged

Ted’s College: University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill ‘19

Ted’s Majors: Geography and Chinese

Ted’s Trinity Involvements: Soccer, Basketball, Tennis, House Head of Urquhart

Ted’s Fun Fact: Lived in Kenya for two years

The Gessner Family has been cared for and supported by the Trinity community for

more than 12 years. Both Rick and Sarah distinctly recall the outreach from faculty,

staff, friends, and families during their two years living in Kenya. The support in this

season even included a summer trip by Trinity students and faculty to serve alongside

the Gessners. The whole family has benefited from the overwhelming love that is

associated with this community of faith and learning.

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Dr. Sarah Gessner describes the goals of Trinity’s spiritual formation through Christian

education as two-fold: first, educate students from a Christian worldview and second, teach

students how to think critically, so they can, in turn, go into their spheres of influence and

be winsome and effective in sharing the Gospel with others. Students are encouraged,

even required, to think about and discuss difficult, confusing issues in our world - they are

presented with issues and supported as they work through them, but never told what to

think or say. Dr. Rick Gessner credits this model for effectively preparing their oldest, Ted,

for the challenges and opportunities he is facing in the university setting as a student at the

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.

“Ted has continued to seek to grow in his Christian walk while

in college, which is a time filled with unbelievable pressures

and influences, many of which come from professors and the

administration. Because of Trinity, he knows what it means to

think critically about issues that are presented to him, both in

the classroom and without,” Sarah Gessner reflects.


Ted is not satisfied with pat answers or simplistic explanations. He is comfortable

discussing big issues with all sorts of people on campus. He grew his early involvement

with CRU, a campus ministry, into a leadership role this year pouring back into others as

a Bible study leader.


THE GESSNER’S STORY

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HAILEYS’S STORY

Story 4

Hailey Price (Christ-Like Community)

stewarding grace and love, cultivating lives

MEET HAILEY PRICE ‘15

College: Meredith College ‘19

Major: Chemistry and Biology

Favorite Trinity Class: AP Chemistry

Three Words to Describe Trinity: Community, Tight-knit, Family

Fun Fact: Performed as a cheerleader in the Macy’s Day Parade

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Growing up in a family of believers at Trinity Academy profoundly shaped

Hailey’s life and future. From a young age, she was being invested in and

molded by her peers, her teachers, her coaches, and the families at Trinity.

This Christ-like community fostered in her a hunger for Christian community

and a deep desire to provide this community for others. At Meredith, she

became deeply involved with CRU, a campus ministry, through which she has

served as a bible study leader for local high school girls. This past summer,

she had a life-changing experience serving on the CRU Summer Missions

Team in East Asia for six weeks, sharing the gospel with college students,

many of which had never before heard of Jesus Christ. Hailey credits the

fortitude of the skills and knowledge she learned at Trinity - rhetoric, ethics,

philosophy, religion, and apologetics - for effectively and efficiently being able

to communicate the gospel to foreign students. Through the power of the Holy

Spirit, she personally witnessed eight students accept Christ and truly desire

relationship with Him this past summer! Hailey hopes to use her double major

in Chemistry and Biology on the mission field after graduation.



“Looking back now, with more maturity, I understand that there is

truly something special and different about the way that Trinity

Academy raises up their students. They have prepared us to be

leaders and advocates for living differently in light of the gospel.


Trinity Academy allowed me to blossom as an individual. Being

able to take classes such as rhetoric, ethics, logic, apologetics, and

philosophy prepared me not only academically, but spiritually,

allowing me to find my voice and truly argue for what I believed.


ASHLEY’S STORY

Story 5

Ashley Wallace (Thriving Future)

stewarding resources, cultivating long-term security

MEET ASHLEY WALLACE ‘12

College: Baylor University ‘16

Major: Chemistry

Graduate School: UT Southwestern Medical School, Pursuing MD, Class of 2020

Three Words to Describe Trinity: Christ-centered, Purposeful, Life-filled

Activities at Trinity: Art, Volleyball, Soccer, Swimming

Trinity instilled in Ashley a deep and profound love

of learning that has carried her through her academic

endeavors and enabled her to thrive. She credits the

amazing community she was a part of from grades 1-12

for instilling in her the confidence to pursue a career

in medicine. Now a second year medical student, she

remains confident that God will continue to guide her

path as she makes decisions, both significant career

decisions and also small decisions, about how to care

for and love the people that surround her daily.

“I am thankful that God placed me at Trinity, where

I learned how to learn and was surrounded by

people who exemplified God’s love. My prayer is

that Trinity would continue to impact students’

lives with God’s love, as it did for me!


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GIVING

OVERALL DONATIONS FOR 2016-17: $392,221

$330,851

$32,000

$7,162

$11,281

$10,927

*Covers the cost of the event

** Legacy (alumni children) Scholarship Fund

- The Trinity Fund

- Exceptional

Evening Sponsors*

- Brick Campaign**

- Capital Gifts

- Camp Trinity

Love Local

THE TRINITY FUND – $330,851

$232,544

$65,472

$14,165

$13,291

$5,379

- Exceptional Evening

- Restricted Gifts***

- Spring Fling Silent

Auction and Raffle

- Second Empire 5K

- Feed the Hunger

Love Global

*** Technology, Athletics, Tuition Assistance, Landscaping, etc.

THE TRINITY FUND - WHY YOUR GIVING MATTERS

We have been so blessed and encouraged by the response from our community to the Trinity Fund over the last four years.

Since the Trinity Fund’s inception in 2014-2015, we have exceeded our annual goal each year. TOGETHER, we have

collectively given above and beyond what could have been given individually. Thank you!

When you give to the Trinity Fund, you are supporting our growth at Trinity. The Trinity Fund is directly tied to our

strategic plan. A portion of the Trinity Fund is used to fund our operations budget (OPS – see bar graph below) allowing

us to continue to offer the quality experience we currently have in a fiscally responsible manner - but the rest is channeled

into funding specific efforts that fall under the Strategic Plan Initiatives.

As the Lord is leading us to begin the work of raising the funds for our first permanent academic building (Capital

Campaign), it will be important that we continue to prioritize giving to the Trinity Fund. This is where participation by our

entire community becomes even more important. High participation in an annual fund is an indicator of a healthy school,

and it also sends a signal to investors and prospective families that we have a mission worth their investment.

That is why we are asking our entire community to consider giving to the Trinity Fund annually. It will help us to

continue to meet our annual operating and strategic needs, while also launching a successful Capital Campaign. When

more families and individuals participate, the load is shared, allowing others to help fund our growth.

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$350,000

$300,000

$250,000

$200,000

$150,000

$100,000

$50,000

TRINITY FUND NUMBERS BY YEAR:

TOTAL GIVEN

$187,483

STRATEGIC

INITIATIVES

$87,483

$100,000

OPS

2014-15

TOTAL GIVEN

$298,265

STRATEGIC

INITIATIVES

$198,265

$100,000

OPS

2015-16

97% FULFILLMENT 97% FULFILLMENT

TOTAL GIVEN

$330,851

STRATEGIC

INITIATIVES

$180,902

$150,000

OPS

2016-17

96% FULFILLMENT

Projected

5k and

Add’l Gifts

YTD

STRATEGIC

INITIATIVES

$168,427

$150,000

OPS

2017-18 YTD

TBD% FULFILLMENT

How High Can We Go?

With four months left in the

fiscal year, just think what 100%

participation by all Trinity families

would mean to our overall Trinity

Fund for 2017-18!

Capital Campaign Update

As was shared during Exceptional

Evening 2017, the Board is moving

forward with all the necessary behindthe-scenes

work to prepare Trinity

Academy for a Capital Campaign to

build our first permanent academic

building. Work continues on this project

with a humble desire to listen to the

Lord’s leading each step along the way.


STEWARDSHIP

FAST FACTS ABOUT TRINITY FUND

• The “Trinity Fund” is our “Annual Fund” and coincides with our fiscal year which runs July 1st - June 30th.

• Exceptional Evening is the kick-off event for each year’s Trinity Fund.

• A gift to the Trinity Fund is a donation made to Trinity Academy’s operating budget for a specific school year.

• The Trinity Fund vs. Capital Campaign? The Trinity Fund supports on-going and annual expenses and strategic

initiatives in the school’s operating budget. Capital gifts (Capital Campaign) are used for the building of new

buildings. In short, the Trinity Fund helps us live, while gifts to a Capital Campaign help us grow.

• Doesn’t tuition cover the cost of our operating budget? Unfortunately, tuition and fees, facility rentals,

after-school programs, and Corporate Champions are simply not adequate enough to cover the operating

expenses and strategic initiatives each year.

• 100% of our board participates in the Trinity Fund.

• Currently 51% of our families, faculty, and staff participate in the Trinity Fund.

• Our goal is not a dollar amount but rather a participation goal. Can you imagine what our Trinity Fund

would look like if we increased from 51% participation to 75%, 90%, or even 100%?

Mark Slaga

Finance Chair, Trinity Board

As Finance Chair of your Trinity Academy Board

of Directors, I am constantly impressed by the

intentional way your finances are so carefully

stewarded by Trinity Academy’s leadership. CFO

Kris Hinton is one of the best I’ve ever worked

with and understands what parents sacrifice to give

their child a Trinity education. Under her watchful

eye, Trinity budgets conservatively and spends in

an economic manner. I can confidently say Trinity

manages expenses extremely well and is constantly

looking for additional revenue streams to keep the

annual tuition increases to a minimum.

Our partnership with Thomas, Judy & Tucker as our

annual auditor has confirmed that Trinity follows

best practices for nonprofit institutions of our

size and that it is stewarding your resources well.

Kristen Hoyle’s expertise is a blessing to us and

another source of confidence for each of you.

Kristen T. Hoyle, CPA

Audit Partner

Area of Expertise: Nonprofits

Kristen has been with Thomas, Judy & Tucker, P.A.

since 1998 and has 30 years of experience in public

accounting. TJT has audited Trinity Academy for

over eight years. Important items to note from the

June 30, 2017 audited financial statements:

• Unmodified audit opinion

• Financial results were positive both for net

income and cash flow

• Debt service is within a reasonable range

and the School has met all its debt covenants

• Financial results of the School are

comparative to other Triangle private schools

As an alumni parent (Katherine ‘15), Kristen has

always had a special interest in making sure Trinity

Academy is a good steward of parents’ tuition.

Her knowledge of other nonprofits in our area

helps ensure that Trinity Academy is on target with

expenses and tuition rates.

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FINANCES

REVENUE AND EXPENSES - $4.4 M BUDGET

REVENUE

2017-18 Budgeted Numbers

92%

4%

4%

- Tuition and Fees

- Donations

- Additional Sources

of Revenue*

EXPENSES

2017-18 Budgeted Numbers

73%

7%

7%

7%

3%

3%

- Salary and Benefits

- Operations

- Debt Service

- Facilities

- Health Insurance

- Programming

*Camp Trinity/Extended Learning, Corporate Champions, and Facility Rentals

THE OPERATING BUDGET AND TUITION

Tuition revenue currently covers 92% of the cost to educate our students. National independent school

associations state that 90% and above is a solid indicator of fiscal health. There are two ways to fund the other

8% it takes to run Trinity Academy: 1) raise tuition rates to the level they need to be in order to cover 100% of

educational expenses, or 2) use a combination of donations and alternative sources of revenue to make up the

difference and relieve the pressure on tuition levels.

Trinity’s leadership is committed to continuing our work to boost enrollment, build a consistent culture of

annual giving, and seek alternative sources of funding, with the goal of keeping annual tuition increases low and

continuing to provide a superior Trinity education.

CAMP TRINITY/EXTENDED LEARNING (EL)

NET PROFIT 2016-17

Over 310 families served by Camp Trinity in the 2016-17 fiscal year.

EL After-School Programs

EL Private Music Lessons

Camp Trinity

Camp Trinity Donations

$71,598

$4,032

$9,796

$10,932

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Total Net Profit 2016-17 = $96,358


FINANCES

International

Residence

INTERNATIONAL

SCHOLARS PROGRAM

In coming years, the International

Scholars Program will be a new

revenue stream for Trinity Academy.

However, the vision for this program

is much more than financial - it is

a mission focused to transform the

hearts of our international students

and our own. Hear our heart in this

video: bit.ly/IR_TA

FACILITIES

RENTAL INCOME

We generated $69,667 in revenue

for the 2016-17 fiscal year by

entering into partnerships for the

use of our facilities and fields.

OUR CAMPUS

Appraised Value = $11.0 M

Mortgage = $4.9 M, 4.5% Fixed

25-Year AM, 6 -Year Call

$26,462 Monthly = 7% of

(2017-2018 budget)

45% LTV

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A WORD ABOUT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

TUITION ASSISTANCE

There are many misconceptions about Tuition Assistance or “financial aid,” as it is sometimes called. Tuition

Assistance is neither counted as revenue nor as an expense. In essence, it represents a tuition discount,

recommended by a third-party organization, FACTS Grant and Aid, based upon a family’s demonstrated need.

YEAR

ENROLLMENT HISTORY

LOWER

SCHOOL

UPPER

SCHOOL

OVERALL

2014-15 191 168 359

2015-16 207 168 375

2016-17 204 177 381

2017-18 200 186 386

DID YOU KNOW?

• Those who receive Tuition Assistance contribute around

$700,000 in tuition, revenue the school would not have

without these families at Trinity. This revenue lowers

tuition for all families as most major expenses are fixed

and do not fluctuate per student.

• Tuition Assistance helps contribute to a more robust

culture and program at Trinity Academy by increasing

enrollment and tuition revenue without resulting in a

significant increase to expenses.

• Tuition Assistance can help those who may be in

a temporary situation where assistance is needed,

allowing their child(ren) to begin or to remain at Trinity

until they no longer require Tuition Assistance.

GIVING FUELS ATHLETICS

2016-17 ATHLETICS EXPENSES

YEAR

GIVING TO CORPORATE

CHAMPIONS PROGRAM

REVENUE

# OF

PARTNERS

2014-15 $38,700 11

2015-16 $44,500 12

2016-17 $58,000 13

2017-18 $90,000 14

Trinity’s Corporate Champions Program is one

of the primary sources of funding for Trinity

Academy’s Athletic program. Over the last four

years, the number of partners and their financial

support has increased tremendously.

CATEGORY

COST

Coaching Salaries $56,096

Field/Facility Maintenance,

Improvements $20,335

Equipment/Uniforms $20,087

Officials $15,329

Athletic Trainer $15,000

Scoreboard (soccer) $12,000

Membership fees $4,050

Off-site Facility Rental $2,421

GRAND TOTAL $145,318

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The Trinity Tigers fielded 27 athletic teams and

employed 42 paid coaching positions.


KALLI’S STORY

Story 6

Kalli Hulse (Thriving Future)

stewarding resources, cultivating long-term security

MEET KALLI HULSE ‘06

College: North Carolina State University ‘11

Major: Industrial and Systems Engineering

Current Employer: Production Supervisor at Kitty Hawk Aero-space, Sunnyvale, CA

Favorite Class at Trinity: Drama, Choir, and Humanities (because I can’t pick just 1)

Three Words to Describe Trinity: Personal, Challenging, Tailored

Activities at Trinity: Cheerleading, Tennis, Soccer

When Kalli began her freshman year at NC State she planned to major in philosophy.

She loved the challenge of thinking through all disciplines and learning became

a lifelong pursuit. She ultimately chose to focus her studies in engineering and

received her B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering. This degree has provided

for one exciting and challenging opportunity after another… from building jet

engines, to spaceships that go to the International Space Station, to flying cars

- the foundation that Trinity helped establish prepared her to be successful in

each opportunity she has encountered. As a woman engineer, STEM education

is something she is passionate about, and yet she believes the blessing of being

challenged by both the sciences and fine arts at Trinity was a catalyst to her success.

“The most valuable thing Trinity taught me was

not a specific class, sport, or topic - Trinity taught

me how to think. It was that ability to logically

think through issues that has made me successful

in all my endeavors.


WORK EXPERIENCE TO DATE:

Walt Disney World

GE Aviation - Boeing Engines

SpaceX - Dragon Space Capsule

Kitty Hawk - Silicon Valley Start-Up

THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT AND GENEROSITY OF OUR DONORS,

FAMILIES, AND LARGER TRINITY COMMUNITY.

BECAUSE OF YOU, OUR STUDENTS HAVE THRIVING FUTURES.

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THANK YOU TO OUR 2017-18 CORPORATE CHAMPIONS

Platinum -

Gold -

Silver -

Second Empire Restaurant & Tavern, Grossman Orthodontics, Britt Dental Center,

JCM Telecom, Campbell Orthodontics, Mason & Clark Wealth Management Group

Williams & Daily Dental, Avian & Exotic Animal Care, Kilpatrick Law Group,

Bumgarner & Martin Orthodontics, Advanced Research Monotoring, Inc.

Franklin Watkins Financial Group, Pursuit Wealth Management, HMD Development,

Au Family, Wake Orthopaedics

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Matt Young, Board Chairman

Samantha Kilpatrick, Vice Chairman

Mark Slaga, Finance Chairman

Chris Evans, Chairman Emeritus

Kathryn Ayers, Past Board Chairman

Allison Ashley

David Bulzan

Allin Foulkrod

Kim Garnas

Veronica Greear

David Horner

Dave Kern, QISP Chairman

Lawrence Kissling

Steve Yager

TRINITY ACADEMY STAFF LEADERSHIP

Matthew Breazeale, Interim Head of School

Jane Houchin, Upper School Head

Susan Hofer, Interim Lower School Head

Kris Hinton, Chief Financial Officer

Jane Currin, Director of Marketing & Communications

Susan Dougherty, Director of College Counseling

Chris Freeman, Director of Extended Learning

Brad Hodgson, Director of Technology

Celeste Huffstutler, Director of Admissions

Bill Michaels, Director of Facilities

David Schenk, Director of Athletics

Courtney Woodfin, Director of Development

Together, We Transform Tomorrow

10224 Baileywick Road, Raleigh, NC, 27613

919-786-0114

info@trinityacademy.com

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