Trinity Anglican College
Teaching Level: Combined
Trinity Anglican College is a co-educational school with 1150 students from Early Years to Year 12. It is a proud member of the Anglican Schools Commission (ASC). The College prides itself on having quality teachers, engaged learners and innovative learning space. But our distinctive is that every child is known and celebrated.
Trinity has a tradition of young people reaching for their best and inspiring greatness in one another. In an increasingly complex world, Trinity provides a vibrant community were young people are equipped with the tools to live lives of purpose, faith and hope.
Trinity holds a strong academic achievement record and offers a rich and diverse curriculum. We are quickly becoming the employer of choice in our region. We invest in our Trinity staff – giving them agency and voice – and celebrating the joy of learning together.
There are four pillars that are central to a Trinity education: learning, character, opportunity and community.
The Albury-Wodonga region is situated on the Murray River in the foothills of Australia's Great Dividing Range, almost midway between Sydney and Melbourne. The region offers an outstanding lifestyle with significant cultural, recreational, educational, sporting, industrial and agricultural infrastructure. It is a 3-hour drive from Canberra or Melbourne on the Hume freeway, is connected by train to Sydney or Melbourne and has a modern airport with flights to Sydney and Melbourne.