Education: Teaching, School Leadership, Early Childhood Education

Creating the next generation of educators

Are you interested in being a teacher, a school administrator or a school counselor? Are you passionate about changing education policy and practice? Are you committed to early childhood education? America’s next generation needs dedicated and capable educators to help guide them on the path of success.

From pre-K to high school, from the classroom to the principal’s office, Trinity’s award-winning graduates are making a difference every day.

Inclusive Education Dual Licensure: Trinity’s School of Education offers the first and only dual licensure MAT program in the District of Columbia. M.A.T. candidates seeking a dual licensure will receive licensure in both special education and their primary focus area (early childhood education, elementary education or secondary education). Learn more about the dual licensure.

Trinity’s Continuing Education program offers professional development courses at the graduate level to help current teachers and education professionals maintain their certification requirements.

Graduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Community Education is offered to undergraduate women on weekdays

Elementary Education is offered to undergraduate women on weekdays

Early Childhood Education is offered in three formats:
an Associate of the Arts; co-ed evening and weekend, and a Bachelor of the Arts weekdays for women, OR co-ed evenings and weekends

Early Childhood Community Education is offered as a Bachelor of Arts in a co-ed evening and weekend format.

 Certificate Programs

Track Record of Success

Larry Savoy ’07

President, Archbishop Carroll High School

Dr. Karen Archambault ’03

Dr. Karen Archambault ’03 is vice president of enrollment management and student success at Rowan College at Burlington County. She earned her master of arts in counseling from Trinity in 2003. She received her bachelor’s degree in history from Salisbury University, her master of arts in history from Old Dominion University, and her doctorate in educational...

Carl Patton ’04

Carl Patton, who has more than 30 years of experience in education, is the principal and chief academic officer of The John Carroll School, a co-educational Catholic high school in Bel Air, Maryland. He previously was the principal of Bishop O’Connell Catholic High School in Arlington, Virginia. He led the co-educational high school, which has...

Holly Hill ’05

Holly Hill is the principal of the Wayside Elementary School in Potomac, Maryland. She earned a master of science in administration with a focus on educational administration from Trinity’s School of Education in 2005. Her appointment in 2020 was featured in the Potomac Almanac: “A lifelong love of learning led Holly Hill to become a...

Kathy Hollowell-Makle ’00

Kathy Hollowell-Makle is the Executive Director of the District of Columbia Association for the Education of Young Children (DCAEYC). Prior to her role at DCAEYC, she was an early childhood educator for 22 years at DC Public Schools. In 2013, Kathy Hollowell-Makle was named DC Public Schools Teacher of the year, Teach for America Excellent...

Corrine R. Cannon ’00,’03

Corrine R. Cannon is the founder and executive director of the Greater DC Diaper Bank. Since 2010, her organization has given away over two million diapers to low-income Washington, D.C., area families. The diaper bank has since expanded to offer other types of necessities to families. She was named a 2019 Washingtonian of the Year...

Sharon Brady Raimo ’64, ’94

CEO, St. Coletta of Greater Washington. D.C. Public Charter School