Trinity Preparatory School
|Trinity Preparatory School|
Latitude and Longitude:
|Motto||Ad astra per aspera - To the stars through difficulties|
|Founder||Rev. Canon A. Rees Hay|
|Head of school||Byron M. Lawson, Jr|
|Number of students||845|
|Student to teacher ratio||11:1|
|Campus||Suburban, 100 acres (0.40 km2)|
Trinity Preparatory School of Florida is an independent college preparatory day-school for students in grades 6 to 12, located in Winter Park, a suburb of Orlando. It is affiliated with the Episcopal Church and is accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools. 
Trinity Prep was Established in 1968 by Rev. Canon A Rees Hay. The first class had 173 students and served the grades 7-12. 
Upper school students are required to complete 22 credits in order to graduate, in English, mathematics, foreign languages, social studies, science, fine arts, computer science, life management, and physical education. 
Trinity Preparatory School has 96 degree holding faculty members. Over 60 have earned at least a Master's degree in their field and 5 have doctorates. There is an 11:1 student to faculty ratio, and the average class size is 17 students in the 2019-20 school year.
Trinity Prep's Class of 2019 had 30 students recognized by the National Merit Scholarship as high scorers, and 17 students as National Merit semifinalists, more than any other school in Central Florida.[ citation needed] 
One hundred percent (100%) of Trinity Prep students go on college after graduation, and $12 million is awarded annually in merit and athletic scholarships.
In 2019-20, Trinity Prep offered 59 sports teams on the varsity, junior varsity, and middle school levels in 18 different sports. During the fall, teams participate in bowling, cross country, football, golf, swimming and diving, and volleyball. In the winter, team play is offered in basketball and soccer, with baseball, softball, lacrosse, tennis, track and field, and weightlifting rounding out the spring season.
Trinity Prep generally falls under the 2A size classification but competes in both 1A and 3A as well. Trinity Prep won the FHSAA All-Sports Award for Class 2A in 2002-03 and for Class 2A Private in 2003-04 and 2010-11. The All-Sports Award is awarded to the top-rated athletics program in each size classification in a given year.
The Girls Varsity Softball team has won three state championships.[ citation needed]
The Boys Cross Country team has won eight state championships (1996, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016).[ citation needed]
Among the notable alumni that are working on Broadway:
The Saints' traditional rival, Lake Highland Prep, has recently been replaced by other area schools that have remained in Trinity's size classification. Among these schools are The First Academy of Orlando and Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy of Melbourne.
In 2020, The Trinity Voice was awarded one of the seven best high school publications in Florida by the Florida Scholastic Press Association.
Trinity Prep's speech and debate team is nationally recognized for their performances. The team finished within the top 20 nationally in 2020, and finished 5th in the State in 2021.
Trinity Preparatory School is ranked No.1 private high school, No.1 high school for STEM, No.1 Christian high school, and No. 2 college prep private high school in the Orlando area by Niche.  In 2019, Trinity Prep was voted a top private school for grades 9-12 as well as grades 6-8 in the Orlando Magazine "Best of Orlando 2019." 
- Winston DuBose (1973), professional soccer player
- Jazzy Danziger (2003), poet and winner of the 2012 Brittingham Prize in Poetry
- Matthew L. Golsteyn (1998),  war criminal pardoned by President Donald Trump
- Will Proctor (2002), professional football player
- Pardis Sabeti (1993), Rhodes scholar, Harvard professor, computational biologist, medical geneticist and evolutionary geneticist
- Whit Watson (1989), Emmy Award-winning sportscaster for Golf Channel
- Eric Wilbur (2003), professional football player
- Denée Benton (2010), theater and television actress, currently starring in "Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812" on Broadway
- Max Moroff (2012), professional baseball player
- Sam Saunders (2006), professional golfer and grandson of Arnold Palmer
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