Prospective parents are invited to join us for an informational evening about our school. Dr. Kay Yohe, head of school, will give an overview of the Trinity curriculum and educational philosophy. Two current students will share about their experience of our curriculum and student life. The balance of the evening will be open for answering questions from those in attendance.
Coffee House Mark your calendar for an evening of entertainment by our talented students! On Saturday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m., TSMV will hold its annual Coffee House. This year, the show will be held at the Our Lady of Good Counsel. This event offers students an opportunity to showcase their talents. Past performances have included instrumentals, […]
March Madness Saturday, March 9, from 7-9 p.m., at Flint Hill Middle School, 10409 Academic Drive, Oakton. March Madness is a family – friendly basketball game played to raise money for student events. Faculty, alumni, and coaches play against the varsity boys’ team. At halftime, the seventh and eighth graders compete in a knock-out tournament […]
Free Winter Enrichment Day: Bridge Building & Simple Machines Join us Saturday morning, February 23, from 8:30 a.m. to noon as we investigate the physics of bridge building and take a look at simple machines. We will examine the concepts of force, compression and work. If you are a curious boy or girl in grade […]
Join us for an informational evening about Trinity School at Meadow View. Come hear about our award-winning, rigorous curriculum from head of school, Dr. Kay Yohe. Speak with some of our students about how they have experienced our unique approach to education and how each day they are actively involved in learning.
All TSMV alumni are invited to stop by Oh George! Tables and Tap House on Thursday, December 27, from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. We’ve reserved a private room complete with a selection of great food and beverages for you to enjoy. Come on out and reconnect with old friends, visit with some faculty, warm yourself […]
Join us for a wonderful evening of music and art. Performances by 7th and 8th grade recorder ensembles and our extra-curricular choirs will be featured. After the performances, join us for a light reception, where you will have the opportunity to view a display of student artwork created this semester.
The Two Noble Kinsmen, by William Shakespeare, will be performed by the 11th grade Friday, December 14 and Saturday, December 15, at 7:30 p.m. at The Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia. This is the second of two plays the class will perform this semester as part of their curricular study of drama. Doors open […]