Welcome to Palmer Trinity School.

Established in 1972, Palmer Trinity School offers a unique independent school experience that provides both a challenging and supportive environment for more than 750 students.

Palmer Trinity has a diverse population, and is friendly and welcoming. We provide students with a stimulating and extensive academic program, a wide range of extracurricular activities, and weekly Chapel services, embracing the Episcopal tradition of nurturing individual talents, not only for personal gain, but also in service to others. To foster this development, we have a myriad of community service opportunities to participate in and a nationally recognized global citizenship program.

We believe our success can be seen in students who have a foundation laid with core values that will serve them well in life, as well as a global awareness of the world in which they will engage. Character development, responsible decision-making, and the appropriate balance of mind, body, and spirit are what we strive to encourage, develop, and maintain.

Our talented faculty and staff serve as role models, advisors, and mentors, impacting our students’ lives, in and out of the classroom, and beyond graduation.

As Head of School, please allow me to extend a warm invitation to experience firsthand the unique spirit that is Palmer Trinity School, where the power of humanity and spirit unite, Virtus. Humanitas. Spiritus.

Thank you for visiting our website, and for considering Palmer Trinity School in your educational plans.

Go Falcons!

Patrick Roberts
Head of School

Head of School Blog

List of 4 news stories.

  • A little advice from Marcy

    "But Thanksgiving is more than eating, Chuck. You heard what Linus was saying out there. Those pilgrims were thankful for what had happened to them, and we should be thankful, too. We should just be thankful for being together. I think that's what they mean by Thanksgiving, Charlie Brown."

    So states the wise Marcy, in the children's television classic, "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving". For those of you who grew up with the Peanuts characters---I owned Snoopy bed sheets, a rug, and numerous books, by the way---this story captures the essence of the holiday so well, and offers a timeless lesson in the importance of being grateful, and for recognizing the importance of friendship and fellowship.
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  • We are running...

    Without knowing the details of everyone's daily life, I suspect that most of us feel as if we don't have enough time in the day to get our to do lists completed. Whatever your personal challenges may be, each of us probably feels a bit overwhelmed. Too often, the end of the day arrives, and I think to myself, "What just happened? Where did the day go?" And, before I take the necessary time to reflect, I automatically begin thinking about what I need to get done the next day, and just how much of that to do list is remaining.
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  • Your Adventure Awaits

    One of my favorite memories would occur just as Summer arrived each year. Being a meticulous planner, my father would drive a couple of miles to the local AAA office in my hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. There, Dad would procure the various maps and travel guidebooks for our annual summer trip. Oftentimes, my brothers, Ken, Steve and I would tag along, and sometimes Dad would go on his own, but he always would return home excited and eager to begin plotting our course and setting the plan of action.

    Upon his return home, our entire family would gather around our rickety old kitchen table...There, the maps would be unfurled and our adventure would literally begin.
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  • Welcome back...almost!

    I know it's hard to believe, but the opening of the 2017-18 academic year is upon us. This year marks our 45th anniversary and promises to be a great one. Hopefully, you have enjoyed a relaxing summer and a good moment or two to disconnect from School. For us, it has been a busy and productive nine weeks.
    As we begin the month of August and prepare for Opening Day on Wednesday, August 16th, I share just a few noteworthy highlights and say thank you to all of our Staff for the good work accomplished this summer.
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Patrick H. F. Roberts has more than twenty-four years of educational leadership and administrative experience in the private school sector. Three years ago, he moved from Nashville, Tennessee, where he served as Associate Head of School and Head of Advancement for Battle Ground Academy. Prior to that, Roberts was Headmaster of St. James Episcopal School in Texas; Head of Middle School, Episcopal School of Arcadiana in Louisiana; Director of Admissions and Financial Assistance at the University Liggett School, and spent several years in various roles including educator, admissions, external relations, and development at Montgomery Bell Academy in Tennessee.

Mr. Roberts holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Richmond, and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and Administration and Supervision from Lipscomb University in Tennessee. He and his wife Laura and their four children are residents of Palmetto Bay, Florida.
8001 SW 184 Street, Miami, FL 33157
Tel: 305.251.2230 | Fax: 305.251.2917
An independent, college preparatory, co-ed, Episcopal day school serving a community of students grades 6-12.