Welcome to Trinity!

A note from the Principal

At Trinity Catholic College our Vision is to be a genuinely Catholic community of parents, students, teachers and parishes working in partnership to ensure that our students are safe, happy, well taught and learn to know and love Jesus and live by His values in the Marist way.

Building on a history of providing a quality Catholic education in our local area since 1893, Trinity Catholic College is genuinely Catholic and proudly Marist, embracing St. Marcellin Champagnat’s mission to make Jesus Christ known and loved.

Our community is committed to excellence in learning and teaching in our contemporary world and our consistently strong academic results speak for themselves. Our Principles of Learning and Teaching capture our belief that quality student learning is motivating, deep, communal and contextualised. It is our intention that our students are hopeful, engaged, resourceful and disciplined. It is these aims that inform our daily work.

The quality care we provide in the Trinity community begins with the provision of a dual campus environment. With only Year 7 and 8 students located at our Regents Park campus we are able to ensure that students have an effective transition to the Secondary School environment, and a practical daily induction to the Trinity way.

The educational co-curricular opportunities provided for all students are outstanding and further enrich our Catholic learning community.

Mr. John Robinson

Genuinely Catholic and Proudly Marist

Trinity Catholic College takes its name from the heart of our Catholic faith, affirming our belief in God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Our crest and motto celebrate our belief in the risen Jesus whose presence we encounter and celebrate in our Australian context.  We proudly embrace the spirit of Saint Marcellin Champagnat as a Marist school, and provide a Catholic education ‘in the way of Mary’.


Excellence in Learning and Teaching

Our vision that students are safe, happy, well taught and learn to know and love Jesus underpins our rich and varied curriculum.  Beginning in Year 7, all students experience learning in a calm, well-ordered, safe and happy community.  An emphasis on each student’s achievement of excellence through hard work, affirmation and personal challenge, and the building of strong relationships with our dedicated, passionate teachers, have led to Trinity’s outstanding success.

These successes include:

  • 97% of HSC Courses above state average – 2013.
  • The Australian’s School of the Year 2004.
  • On average, 83% of all HSC courses for the last four years above state     average.
  • A very high proportion of our students gain university entry.

In 2014 our results were once again outstanding with:

  • 83% of HSC courses above state average;
  • 102 Band 6’s and E4’s;
  • 392 Band 5’s and E3’s

Our results speak for themselves!

For more information please do not hesitate to contact the College.

Latest News

Cardinal Wilfrid Napier visits Trinity Catholic College

May 20, 2015

Trinity Catholic College students had the honour of meeting Cardinal Wilfrid Napier today. Cardinal Napier was one of the Cardinal electors who participated in the 2013 Papal conclave that selected Pope Francis. He works from… View Article

CSDA Debating at Trinity

May 8, 2015

On Friday the 8th of May, Trinity Catholic College competed against Mount Saint Benedict, Pennant Hills in the 4th round of the CDSA debating competition. The topic for debate was “That sports involving animals should be… View Article

Marist Brother Greg Visiting Year 12 Students 2015

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April 27, 2015

Br Greg MacDonald met with our Senior Leaders and Year 12 today to discuss Service and Leadership and Marist life outside of School. Students were presented with opportunities and possibilities to continue processing their faith… View Article

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World Youth Day 2016

April 1, 2015

On Tuesday 31st March, Years 9 and 10 students from Trinity Catholic College celebrated a liturgy for World Youth Day 2015. The liturgy was also the launchpad for the next international World Youth Day in… View Article

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