Students at Trinity attend physical education four times per week for forty-five minutes in a full size gymnasium and on regulation size fields. The enjoyment of physical activity is an integral part of the program. Students are expected to participate in a variety of sports and activities that are both noncompetitive and competitive in nature. These activities help develop gross and fine motor skills while focusing on building enthusiasm for teamwork and fitness. Students are challenged to set individual goals. Each grade learns an appreciation for teamwork, fitness, leadership, and sportsmanship. Students also learn the proper skills to improve and become well-rounded athletes in a safe and fun learning environment.
Health education at Trinity is unique as compared to other programs in Maryland. In Lower School, it is incorporated throughout the year into the curriculum. In Middle School, it is given extra attention and is taught once a week during P.E.