The school encourages student responsibility, accountability and character development--Palmer Trinity School strives to achieve and maintain the appropriate balance of mind, body and spirit in all of its endeavors.
Palmer is student centric and its faculty/support staff support this effort. Palmer Trinity embraces the Episcopal tradition, encouraging each student to nurture his or her talents not only for personal gain, but in service to others. A myriad of community service opportunities abound, and a nationally known global citizenship program help to foster this development.
My son Joseph graduated from Palmer last year and made the Dean's list his first year at Florida Gulf Coast University. My Daughter Stephanie, a rising senior has scored high SAT/ACT to qualify for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship and getting all kinds of interest from universities all over the US. As Hispanics, we appreciate the diversity and warm caring environment at the school which takes a wholistic approach--strong in academics, opportunity to participate in sports, clubs, community service, missions, etc. serving our community for over 42 years.
I am a current Palmer Trinity Student and could not be happier. If you are looking for a school for your child that is nurturing, diverse, challenging, and extremely enjoyable - this is the school for you. Palmer Trinity has opened me up to so many opportunities, instilled confidence in me, and taught me to be no one but myself. For this, I am immensely grateful. I am involved in many capacities at school and this is only thanks to what I have learned throughout my Palmer Trinity career. I am entering my Senior year at Palmer and I cannot feel more prepared for college. I know that with the education, values, and morals Palmer has provided me with I will be a success wherever I may be. Thank you, Palmer Trinity School.
This school is student centered. They care about my child and push him to his full potential. Well rounded academic program and good sports. Although an Episcopal school, as a Jewish parent I have felt very comfortable. Our holidays are celebrated at Palmer. Diversity is strong. My son has more African American kids in his class than his entire elementary school. We are very happy with his middle school experience