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Trinity Grammar School (New South Wales)

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Trinity Grammar School is a multi-campus independent Anglican single-sex early learning, primary and secondary day school for boys, in inner-western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The main campus in Summer Hill provides a comprehensive education to students from Kindergarten to Year 12; the campus in Strathfield provides a comprehensive education to early learning and primary school students, from Kindergarten to Year 6; and outdoor education facilities are located at Woollamia on the NSW South Coast.[6][7] The school previously enrolled boarders until the end of 2019.[8][9]

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Trinity Grammar School
Trinity Grammar School, pictured in 2007

  • 33°53′58″S 151°7′50″E (Summer Hill)
  • 33°52′55″S 151°05′30″E (Strathfield)
TypeIndependent single-sex early learning, primary. and secondary day and former boarding school
MottoLatin: Detur Gloria Soli Deo
(Let Glory Be Given To God Alone[1])
Religious affiliation(s)Diocese of Sydney
DenominationAnglican Church[2]
Established1913; 111 years ago (1913)[3]
FounderGeorge Chambers
Educational authorityNew South Wales Education Standards Authority
ChairmanRichard Pegg
HeadmasterTimothy Bowden
YearsEarly learning and K–12
Enrolmentc.2,000[5] (2007)
Area8 hectares (20 acres) (Summer Hill)
Colour(s)Green and white   
AlumniOld Trinitarians

Founded in 1913 by George Chambers at Dulwich Hill, the school has a non-selective enrolment policy and currently caters for approximately 2,000 (during 2007)students.[5] The Headmaster of Trinity Grammar School is Timothy Bowden.

Trinity is affiliated with the International Boys' Schools Coalition (IBSC),[10] the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (AHISA),[11] The Independent Primary School Heads of Australia (IPSHA),[12] which was formerly known as the Junior School Heads Association of Australia (JSHAA), the Independent Primary School Heads of Australia,[13] the Australian Boarding Schools' Association (ABSA),[2] and is a founding member of the Combined Associated Schools (CAS).[14]

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