Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra curricular activities are an enriching part of the Trinity School culture.  Trinity continues to develop a variety of extra curricular activities for its student body in the form of sports teams, clubs, and various opportunities for private instruction.  Current offerings include:


Opportunities for instructional and competitive sports are available in various fall, winter, and spring sports. Current offerings include co-ed instructional basketball, co-ed cross country, boys’ and girls’ competitive basketball, boys’ and girls‘soccer, girls’ volleyball, and boys’ flag football.

Trinity is a member of the Maryland Independent Athletic Conference (MIAC), a league of Frederick area independent schools, and also of the Monocacy Youth Basketball Association (MYBA).  In addition, Trinity School has formed relationships with individual area schools for both competitive and instructional sports experiences.


Various clubs are offered throughout the year based on student interest. Current offerings include:

Athletic Adventures

Students in grades kindergarten through five meet after school for games and activities.

Lego Club

Lego enthusiasts in grades three through eight gather after school to learn building techniques, create original Lego designs based on a theme, and share their creations with their peers.

Drama Club

An after school club for students in grades three through eight resulting in two live productions.


Students in grades three through eight meet at lunch to learn and practice songs for special events performed throughout the school year.

History Club

Students in grades three through eight meet after school to discuss various historical events and topics. They also   prepare for the Frederick County History Bee.

Teen Club

Middle School students participate in a variety of off-campus activities that are lively and engaging.

New clubs can be formed by parent volunteers or teachers who have a special interest or talent they are willing to share.

Student Government

Representatives from grades two through eight and officers from grades seven and eight are elected each year by their peers to serve as part of the Student Government. Participants meet with the SGA teacher sponsor to plan SGA sponsored events, and share information relevant to the student body.

Private Lessons

Individual instruction is available before or after school in voice and piano.

Summer Programs

Trinity School offers both fun and enriching opportunities for Frederick area children entering grades one through eight during the summer.  Children need not attend Trinity School to register for summer programs. Programs are available in one and two-week sessions, some half-day and others full day.  Examples of programs include athletic programs, cooking skills, drama, and a variety of art classes.