Boston Trinity Academy

Our faculty is the heart of Boston Trinity Academy. They inspire students to love learning, think inquisitively, and reason analytically. Our young scholars write and re-write, explore scientific concepts, perform Shakespeare, compete in interscholastic athletics, and study the classics.

Students at Boston Trinity Academy engage the world with their whole selves and our graduates are distinguished by their intellect, integrity, service, and moral vision. This culmination of our mission in their lives results in the glory and honor of God. I invite you to visit our campus and see our students and faculty live out this distinct mission in this special school.

Through the vision and efforts of dedicated Boston area leaders in the spheres of finance, education, and faith, Boston Trinity Academy opened its doors in September 2002. These founders shared a common goal to address one of the greatest needs for the young people of Boston — a rigorous college preparatory school founded on the principles of the Christian faith that is accessible to students from all neighborhoods, ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds. As a result of this vision, Boston Trinity Academy was designed to incorporate a program based on academic rigor enriched with co-curricular activities while educating a truly diverse student body.

In 2002, Boston Trinity Academy launched with 54 students in grades 6-9 in a rented school building on Beacon Street in Brookline. Adding a grade each year the school soon grew to 125 students, and in June 2006, the first senior class of 16 graduated — all college bound. In September of that year, the school purchased its own facility and moved to an expansive five-acre campus in Boston‘s Hyde Park neighborhood. Currently, Boston Trinity Academy is educating nearly 250 students in grades 6 through 12.

At Boston Trinity Academy, we know and love every student, guiding and challenging each one to thrive as a whole person.

The school’s motto is VIA, VERITAS, VITA, the way, the truth, and the life, which becomes the integration of faith, learning, and service in our curriculum. The combination of a strong faith culture, demanding academics, and service to others refines character and unites a community with social, economic, and racial differences. The result of our educational philosophy is a community of learners who love and serve others.