Cayman Scholarship

Introduced in 2015, in commemoration of Trinity College School’s 150th anniversary, the Cayman Scholarship, is to replace the tradition of the Hunter Scholarship awarded in the Cayman Islands since the 1980s. The recipients of the Cayman Scholarship (formerly known as Donald F. Hunter Scholarship) must exhibit academic excellence, leadership potential and the desire to become engaged in all aspects of the TCS community.

One student is currently attending on the Cayman Scholarship, therefore, this scholarship is not available for the 2021-2022 school year.


  • New boarding student only
  • Resident of the Cayman Islands; please note this is for any student living in the Cayman Islands, not just Caymanian citizens
  • OLSAT test over 70th percentile (Grades 9-12)

Requirements for Application - This scholarship is not available for the 2021-2022 school year.

  • Submit to the regular application process of Trinity College School.
  • Write a letter or essay stating why the applicant feels they are a good candidate and would be a worthy recipient of this scholarship (limit of 500 words).
  • Based on the application and essay, a short list of 3-5 candidates will be selected for a second interview with the TCS scholarship committee.
  • This scholarship is given at the discretion of the TCS scholarship committee. The selection of a recipient is not based solely on academic achievement, but also focuses on a candidate’s perceived ability to contribute to the school community.

Expectations of the Recipients

  • Maintain a minimum 80% academic average
  • Be involved in all three terms of co-curricular activities
  • Engage in leadership opportunities throughout their career and act as a role model for peers
  • Embrace TCS values and live up to TCS standards

The scholarship recipient’s performance will be evaluated each year at the time of their second report card (February) and if all expectations are being met, the scholarship will be renewed for the following year.