Trinity Preparatory School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory school that develops ethical, resilient leaders who thrive in the pursuit of excellence, embrace diversity in thought and perspective, and grow spiritually. In alignment with our mission, we affirm our commitment to our core values: Trinity Family; Educational Excellence, both Academic and Extracurricular; Leadership and Character Development; and Faith and Spirituality.
In 1968, a dedicated group of Orlando community leaders led by the late Reverend Canon A. Rees Hay, wanted to provide a quality independent secondary education for students in Central Florida. As a result, they established the Trinity Preparatory School for grades 6 through 12. Affiliated with the Episcopal Church, the school welcomes families and students from all faith traditions, cultures, and backgrounds, knowing that we are all enhanced by diversity.
Our devoted and notable faculty and staff are leaders in their field who share their knowledge and expertise with others at various professional development opportunities worldwide. Their dedication is demonstrated to our students, families, and communities both inside and outside of the classroom with a balance of academic rigor and wellness. Trinity’s student body and families reflect the world as they travel from the greater Orlando area and across the nation to take part in the Trinity experience.
As a member of the Athletic Department:
Our primary commitment is to provide an opportunity for student-athletes to fully develop their academic and athletic potential. Through practice, training and competition, the department strives to instill in each student-athlete: good sportsmanship and personal integrity, loyalty to the group and the ability to function with others as a team, appreciation for the benefits of hard work, motivation and perseverance in both winning and losing situations, and pride in accomplishments gained through fair and honest means.
We strive to generate pride and enthusiasm in students, alumni, and the community which Trinity Prep serves. All Trinity Prep coaches are expected to embrace the school’s philosophy of encouraging students to participate in multiple sports teams at Trinity, rather than focusing on one sport and playing it year-round. As a coach, your responsibility is to help develop a well-rounded student-athlete with balance and objectivity.
The head and assistant coaching positions duties and responsibilities must be conducted in adherence with the policies, rules, and regulations of Trinity Preparatory School of Florida; the Citrus League; and the Florida High School Athletic Association.
Winter Adjunct Openings - Start Date 10/15/23
Head Middle School Girls Basketball Coach
Assistant Girls Basketball Coach
Spring Adjunct Openings - Start Date 1/9/24
Assistant Girls Lacrosse Coach
Head MS/JV Girls Lacrosse Coach
Assistant Boys Lacrosse Coach
Assistant Tennis Coach Boys and Girls
Assistant Baseball Coach
All coaches will exemplify Trinity Prep’s four Core Competencies that apply to all employees of the organization:
The head coaches will demonstrate the following Coaching Leadership Competencies that apply to all members of the Athletic Department:
Build Effective Teams
The assistant coaches will demonstrate the following Coaching Leadership Competencies that apply to all members of the Athletic Department:
Duties and Responsibilities:
Serve as a role-model to develop sportsmanship - both on and off the field.
Organize and facilitate regularly scheduled practices with emphasis on development and implement game strategy.
Observe and guide the discipline and conduct of student athletes to reinforce our core values, specifically our belief in the educational excellence of the athletics program.
Interact regularly with student athletes to maintain a safe learning environment both social-emotionally and physically.
Provide feedback and coaching to team members individually and in groups while demonstrating game techniques throughout the season.
Encourage new student athlete participation and motivate players to continue their growth and development.
Inspect the equipment and facilities to ensure safe conditions.
Perform job-related duties as assigned.
Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or the international equivalent with a focus in a related field. Masters degree preferred.
A minimum of 2-5 years of coaching experience at the secondary, club or collegiate level is preferred. A preferred candidate will have both playing and coaching experience, but one of the other is acceptable.
Promotes an inclusive environment that values, encourages, supports differences, and articulates an authentic commitment to diversity in thought and perspective while holding others accountable for the same.
Understanding of the rules and regulations governing the sport.
Proven knowledge, skills, and strategies for the sport.
Strong leadership skills to motivate and develop student athletes on and off the field.
Focus on playing fair and adhering to the organization’s code of conduct.
Facilitating dispute resolution within the team structure to improve teamwork.
Communicate effectively with other coaches, student athletes, parents, and organization members.
Ability to help all players improve through practices and individual coaching.
Creating a safe environment designed to keep athletes healthy and injury-free.
Must be able to pass a Jessica Lunsford Level II background check and drug test.
CPR/AED/First Aid are able to be gained upon hiring.
Interested candidates should complete an application through the below link and submit a letter of interest specifying the coaching position they are applying for:
Trinity Preparatory School of Florida is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory school that develops ethical, resilient leaders who thrive in the pursuit of excellence, embrace diversity in thought and perspective, and grow spiritually. In alignment with our mission, we affirm our commitment to our core values: Trinity Family; Educational Excellence, both Academic and Extracurricular; Leadership and Character Development; and Faith and Spirituality.