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Our History

Understanding our story and our history is an important part of any community’s sense of identity and purpose. Recalling our solid foundations is how we acknowledge our present and approach the future with optimism.

Trinity Anglican College embarked on its educational journey in 2002, situated on Urana Road in Lavington, NSW. In its humble beginnings, the college consisted of two portable buildings and a church, accommodating 17 founding students and three staff members.

In 2004, Trinity took a significant leap in its educational expansion, relocating its college community to a sprawling 10-hectare semi-rural location in Thurgoona, just a five-minute drive from Albury, NSW.

As we reflect on the pioneers of Trinity and their unwavering faith in entrusting their children's education to a dream amidst dusty paddocks in Thurgoona, we marvel at the incredible development of our college since those early days. While the founding students hold fond memories, it is crucial to acknowledge that they did not have access to the vast array of opportunities and magnificent facilities we enjoy today.

We express our deep gratitude to the dedicated staff, students, and families who forged the Trinity community. We embrace the responsibility entrusted to us and strive to provide the best possible education for our community. By building upon the strong foundational principles of affordable Christian quality education in our border region, we ensure the continued success of Trinity.

Today, Trinity Anglican College is blessed with over 1200 students spanning from Kindergarten to Year 12, benefiting from purpose-built, state-of-the-art facilities that cater to their diverse educational needs.

Photo of the founding class of Trinity Anglican College

Trinity Towards Tomorrow

We have a range of ambitious plans for further development of facilities, check out our plans via the link below.