Trinity’s academic results regularly place it among the top schools in the country.

In 2018 Trinity was ranked 40th in the Parent Power list of Top 100 Independent Schools in the UK, making it the top ranked independent school in Croydon for the third year in a row.

Beyond academic results, we celebrate intellectual curiosity and foster a culture in which pupils feel inspired to take a genuine interest in the world around them.

Trinity is one of three schools governed by the Whitgift Foundation, founded in 1596 by the then Archbishop of Canterbury, John Whitgift.

We admit boys from the age of 10 and welcome girls into our Sixth Form. Students come from a wide geographical area and around half benefit from the Whitgift Foundation’s generous bursary scheme and our scholarship awards.