Trinity School sponsors an athletics program designed to encourage teamwork, promote the development of healthy bodies and foster growth of personal character. Much like the classroom, the athletic arena provides opportunities to learn. Fair play, healthy competition, honorable victory, gracious defeat and respect for opponents are a few of the lessons learned.
Trinity School at Meadow View competes in the Virginia Independent School Athletic Association. In their striking blue and gold uniforms, the boys participate in soccer, cross country, basketball and lacrosse, the girls in volleyball, cross country, basketball and soccer. In recent years they have won state championships in boys’ lacrosse, and a state runner up in boys’ lacrosse and girls’ soccer.
Ben Mysliwiec, class of 2014, scored 1,000 points during his high school basketball career.
In 2013 the seventh and eighth grade boys soccer team went undefeated.
In 2012 the Tempest Varsity Boys Soccer team won a spot in the Virginia Independent School Athletic Association's (VISSa) state semi-final play-offs. They were among the top four teams in the state.
In 2010 and 2011 The Tempest girls' cross-country team won first runner-up in the Virginia Independent School Athletic Association's (VISAA) state cross country championship. Tempest boys came in fourth place in the state in 2011. Individual athletes were awarded state honors both years.
The Tempest girls' soccer team won first runner-up in the VISSA Division II state tournament in 2010 and 2011.
In 2009 the boys' and girls' cross country teams won first place in the Northern Virginia Independent Athletic Conference, defeating Trinity Christian School.
The Tempest middle school boys' soccer team won the 2009 Northern Virginia Independent Athletic Conference, defeating Trinity Christian School with a score of 3-2.
In 2008, the Tempest varsity boys' lacrosse team was the Division III Virginia State Lacrosse Champion.