Trinity College is a Year 4 - 12 boys Catholic College in the Edmund Rice tradition. The College has its origins in Christian Brothers College, (Perth) founded in 1894. In 1962, the College moved to its present site. A Trinity College education is proudly based on four pillars - Faith, Academic, Cultural and Sport, with a commitment to the development of each student's faith and personal spirituality being of most importance.
The College motto is In Nomine Domini and the maxim by which the students are encouraged to live is Men for Others. This philosophy is clearly articulated through the College’s Christian Service programs, immersion experiences and retreat programs.
The College attracts a very eclectic mix of students due to its central location. The College has a commitment to educating Catholic boys of all ability levels and the Special Education Centre provides support for all students. Trinity’s Aboriginal scholarship program aims to have 3% of the student population being Indigenous students. The College has a very professional staff group who give enormous hours of their time to both the formal and informal curriculum.
Trinity has a proud and successful sporting history with a philosophy that insists that all students participate and represent their school with pride.