Academics

Prep School Learning



Start Here. Go Anywhere.

Yes, we consider Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy to be a prep school, because students who “Start Here” are prepared to “Go Anywhere” — in college, career and life.
 
Our experienced and highly qualified administration and faculty create an atmosphere that instills a lifelong love of learning, combining a challenging college-preparatory curriculum with a supportive and nurturing environment. We achieve our prep school promise by combining traditional academic standards with modern approaches to learning, allowing students to gain success and learn the adaptability skills that our frequently changing, technology-based world demands. 
 
Holy Trinity students have all the benefits of accelerated learning without the pressures that often accompany it. Daily Episcopal chapel service, robust offerings in the arts and athletics, as well as extracurricular activities develop and nurture the whole child – mind, body and spirit. They are empowered to reach their fullest potential, while developing a confidence that will endure throughout their lives.


Among our students' academic accomplishments:


  • 100% of graduates are accepted to college.
  • 94% of grads from 2012-2016 attend a four-year university.
  • 2016's top 20 graduates earned between 15 and 20 college credits through Advanced Placement (AP) courses before leaving high school.
  • At least 95% of high school students enroll in at least one AP course.
  • Holy Trinity's pass rate for AP exams is 81%. The national average is 59%.
  • Elementary school students consistently rank higher than Florida and national averages in Stanford 10 achievement tests.
  • More than 50% of sixth grade students rank in the Top 5% of the nation according to the Duke University Talent Identification Program. 
  • Based on 2015 Star Reading and Math scores, more than half of elementary school students are more than one grade level ahead in reading and math.

Schoolwide Phone:
 321-723-8323
Fax - Lower School: 321-723-2553
Fax - Upper School: 321-241-6422
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