"Chapel wakes you up for classes," one student says. But chapel is more than a wake-up session. This is our time to be together as a school, to sing and play music, to speak from the heart, to reflect on our lives. Though Trinity College School was established in the Anglican tradition, we want our chapel services to be meaningful for every student, regardless of religious background or interest. So we take turns participating; we listen and even laugh.

We have chapel every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, consisting of a service lasting 30 minutes in which there are hymns, readings or a student skit, and school announcements.