Meet Our Faculty and Staff
Sarah Beerbower – Front Office
Ms Beerbower is your first point of human contact for any questions about TrinityPrep. She handles incoming communication, attendance, internal support of day to day operations, and makes sure the school is always peaceful.
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Doug Corwin B.S., M.A. – Head of School
Mr Corwin oversees enrollment and day to day operations of TrinityPrep. He is a remarkable advocate for students, encouraging them into their future. He keeps TrinityPrep focused on helping students succeed.
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Dr. Mary B-Hall B.A. M.A, Ed.D – English & Languages Department Chair
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Mel Poux B.F.A in Drama, minor in Psychology – English & Drama Teacher
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Bob Bowman B.S. in Education and M.S. in Counseling – History Teacher
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Julianna Barto B.A. in Public Relations & Marketing- Director of Marketing & Communication
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Drivers License Certificates
School certification is required by the NC DMV for students to obtain their Drivers License. When your student needs an authorized school certification, please email Ms Beerbower. If you will need a school certification during the summer, please plan ahead and obtain one before the summer break.
This is the primary communication portal between your student, their teachers, and yourself. Student grades are kept current and available for review on Jupiter Ed. Current and future class assignments are also posted in Jupiter Ed for your student’s planning purposes.
All requests for transcripts should be sent to Mr Lambert, our Director of Academic Standards. Most universities required that sealed transcripts be physically mailed to them. When making your request, please allow enough time for transcripts to be produced, sealed, and mailed to your students future university.
We endeavor to maintain an environment free from misunderstanding, confusion, or gossip. One of the best ways to produce a healthy atmosphere is by directing communication to the person you need to discuss a situation with and no one else.
Students and parents are encouraged to communicate directly with teachers about any questions, concerns, or input related to grading, missed assignments, or extra help needed. Teachers are happy to discuss these items and are your first point of contact.