Founded in 1959, and named after the Trinity River, Trinity Valley School is a nonsectarian, PK-12, co-ed, independent school in Fort Worth, Texas.
Developing habits of the mind and heart in our children is a cherished privilege. Most people can only dream about creating an inspiring learning community for remarkable children; however, that dream has come true for all of us at TVS. We invite you to apply and become an integral part of the Trinity Valley School community.
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Trinity Valley School's Attributes of Stellar Faculty
TVS recruits and retains exemplary faculty whose skill in the classroom is complemented by their positive contributions to other programs and endeavors within the School community.
These stellar faculty inspire excellence and actively promote the mission and philosophy of the School by modeling for their students the resiliency, flexibility, and persistence that embodies the TVS motto, Per Aspera ad Astra (Through Difficulty to the Stars).
What began with six boys and a handful of volunteer teachers in 1959 is now a school of over 1,000 young learners. This shared vision, nurtured by founding Head of School, Stephen Seleny, has taken Trinity Valley through decades of reaching for the stars. From their first moment on campus, until they walk the graduation stage, all of our students experience a strong connection to the caring, passionate, and skilled teaching experts who give equal attention to fostering deep intellectual curiosity and lasting intelligent citizenship.
Trinity Valley School is a beautiful, 75-acre, mission-style campus located in southwest Fort Worth. Surrounded by wonderful neighborhoods with easy access to all of the city due to our proximity to the Chisolm Trail Parkway, TVS is an incredible place to work. Our campus has three divisions: Lower (including pre-kindergarten), Middle, and Upper Schools. Each division of TVS creates a positive impact on the larger community. Are you interested in learning more about Fort Worth? Check out the Visitors' Bureau.