In September, 2021, Trinity launched a new strategic visioning process. The product of that work was unanimously adopted by the Board of Trustees at its most recent meeting and I am pleased now to present Trinity Vision 2028 to our School community.
Trinity Vision 2028 is organized into three strategic “clusters:” A Community of Belonging, The Promise and Joy of Teaching and Learning, and Citizenship. Each cluster offers a set of broad, aspirational goals accompanied by a set of initial recommendations for exploring the means to achieve these goals. A fourth section reflects on the resources that will be necessary for the school to accomplish its strategic vision.
And now begins the work. Trinity Vision 2028 is not a traditional strategic plan; it is not a prescription for any particular program or method of pedagogy; it is not a to-do list. It is a statement of vision, of aspiration, of direction. It is intended to spur deep dialogue, careful study, and vigorous action. As a first step, the school will assemble task forces to be charged with studying these goals and recommendations and developing specific implementation processes.
With gratitude for the important dialogue that has carried us forward, we are pleased to present Trinity Vision 2028 which, together with the recommendations of the ARTF and the findings of the 2022 Decennial Self-Study will guide the school over the coming five years.
Grateful to the members of the steering committee, I invite you to read Trinity Vision 2028 and to continue the conversation as we seek together to bring our Vision to reality.
Head of School