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College Counseling

Choosing a college is not a singular event for students, but rather part of an ongoing process of self-awareness and self-exploration. At Trinity Valley School, our experienced college counselors are dedicated to educating and guiding families through this pivotal phase of each student’s academic journey. Through a comprehensive curriculum and individual counseling, students are supported to engage in a well-informed, personalized college application process.   

College Counselors at Trinity Valley School guide and support students as they prepare to further their education in a context that aligns with their individual talents, interests, and goals.

Guiding Principles:

-We take an individualized approach and respect the diverse needs of our students and families.
-We partner with families through ongoing communication so they are empowered to engage in an informed college admissions process. 
-We align our work with ethical standards and best-practices to support a student-centered process.
-We continually seek knowledge about an ever-changing admissions landscape.

College Counseling Overview

Class of 2023 College Admissions Outcomes

Each year, seniors at Trinity Valley School have a wide array of college admission offers from which to choose. Collectively, the 75 members of the Class of 2023 received 394 offers of admission to 141 colleges and universities scattered among 38 states around the USA, the District of Columbia,  and Canada.

Class of '23-By the Numbers



Average college acceptances per student



Offers of admission to 33 unique honors programs



Students attending an out-of-state college or university


Recruited Athletes

$10.5 million

Awarded in merit-based scholarships


Community Service Hours Completed


CEEB / ETS / ACT Code:


College Matriculation Map

Click the map to check out where our graduates are attending college!

At TVS, college counselors stay current and connected in the college admissions profession. In addition to welcoming more than 100 college representatives from around the world to our campus each year, they continually engage in professional development, build relationships with college admission professionals, and visit college campuses. They are also active members and leaders of several professional organizations including the Association of College Counselors in Independent Schools (ACCIS), the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), and the Texas Association for College Admission Counseling (TACAC). 

Schuknech, Stevi

Stevi Schuknecht
Director of College Counseling


Wormley, Zina

Zina Wormley
Associate Director of College Counseling


Timson, Natalie

Natalie Timson
Assistant Director of College Counseling


Arrington, Jamie

Jamie Arrington
College Counseling  Testing Coordinator