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St. Julie Billiart, foundress of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, said, “Nothing happens by chance; it is always the disposition of the good God.” It is not by random assignment or coincidence that the Holy Spirit called each alum, student, parent, faculty, staff, administrator, and/or Board member to Trinity over its 81-year history.  In 1941, while the United States was struggling to stay out of another world war, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur opened the high and elementary schools to serve this community then known as Ilchester. The Sisters looked forward to a bright, faith-filled future of making God’s goodness known and educating young women and children for life.

Today, our allegiance to the mission of the Sisters remains strong because we adhere to the Hallmarks of a Notre Dame Learning Community:

#1 We proclaim by our lives even more than by our words that God is good.

#2 We honor the dignity and sacredness of each person.

#3 We educate for and act on behalf of justice and peace in the world.

#4 We commit ourselves to community service.

#5 We embrace the gift of diversity.

#6 We create community among those with whom we work and with those we serve.

#7 We develop holistic learning communities which educate for life

By distinguishing Trinity from other Catholic, independent school in Maryland, these Hallmarks empower the faculty, staff, and administration to provide an educational experience based in academic excellence, spiritual growth, and responsible leadership and service.   And it is in partnership with parents that we bring our mission statement to life: 

“Trinity is a Catholic, independent, Pre-K, Primary and Middle School… whose mission is to make God’s goodness known.  It is a place where children learn to love learning.  We educate children for life providing them with an excellent academic program rooted in Gospel values within a caring, faith-filled environment.  Students’ God-given gifts are cultivated for responsible leadership and service.”

I look forward to the opportunities that lie ahead and continue to draw inspiration and strength from the spirit of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. We are united in our commitment to creating a place where children are nurtured as they learn to love learning.

Peace - Ms. K. Marguerite Conley, Head of School


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