Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply for admission to Holy Trinity for my child?

Please fill out the online application form. Please review our admission procedures for screening/testing/shadow visits.

When are admissions decisions made?

Holy Trinity has a rolling admissions policy, which means that we accept applications on a year-round basis. Admissions decisions are made by an admissions committee. Please review our admission committee process for clarification.

Do siblings or Episcopal Church members have priority consideration?

 Yes, please review our admission process for this criteria

Does Holy Trinity offer financial aid?

A limited amount of financial aid is available through the Financial Aid Endowment Fund. Financial aid must be applied for annually and is available for Kindergarten through 8th grade. Application is made online through this link.  Holy Trinity’s code is 2537.

How much does it cost to go to Holy Trinity?

The tuition fees are set annually by the Board of Trustees. Every effort is made to keep tuition at a reasonable level while providing a quality environment and education for every Holy Trinity student. Please view tuition fees here.

Do you have a before and after care program?

Yes. A variety of plans are offered for the convenience of our parents’ demanding schedules. Please view more information about our Extended Day program here.

Where do Holy Trinity students go to high school?

Our graduates are accepted to exceptional high schools. Please view the list here. A significant number of our students receive academic and music scholarships.

Do you have transportation?

No. However, many of our families arrange carpools with one another.

What are the school hours?

Each division has specific arrival and departure times to ensure that each student arrives and departs from school in a safe and timely manner.

What are the sizes of the classes?

There are on average 21 places in each class from 5th to 8th grade. The Discovery program (3-year-olds) and the Explorer program (4-year-olds) have on average 15 students per class, while the kindergarten to 4th grade have a maximum of 20 in each class.

Do you have a Summer Camp?

Yes, our summer camp program runs from early June through mid August.

Is there a uniform code?

Students from kindergarten to 8th grade wear uniforms (click here for information on dress code). Children in the preschool division must wear attire that is age and grade appropriate.

Do you hold an Open House/personal tour?

Yes, we hold multiple open houses. Please refer to the Admissions Welcome page for dates and times. If you wish to have a personal tour, please contact the Admissions Office at 301-262-5355 to speak with Admissions Director, Ms. Roz Cruz.

Is there a parent organization?

Yes, this organization is called the “HTSA” and it is run by our wonderful parents. The organization’s role is to host community-building events for our families.


Educating “The Best You”

Click Here for COVID-19 Updates for the HT community

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The Admissions virtual office is operating on a normal schedule during this period. We invite you to take a virtual tour of our school and see our students in action. 

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We ask prospective families to arrange a virtual meeting by reaching out to our Admissions Director, Rosalyn Cruz

Summer Camps
We will be offering virtual summer “Mapping Your Way” camp sessions for incoming 5th graders and new students to High School Prep. Please access the Summer Camp Registration site here. 


 Summer Math Freckle Codes for Grades 5-8 –  click here

 Summer Reading for 2020-2021click here