• Welcome Back Tigers Families,

    I am beginning my 29th year in education, my 20th year in Loudoun County, and my 14th year as an assistant principal at Ball’s Bluff. Born on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico (Borica) and raised in the United States Virgin Islands (Crucian). I appreciate the richness that my culture and background bring to my interactions with people. I am fluent in Spanish and knowledgeable about island living.

    I graduated from Notre Dame University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from George Mason University. As a teacher, I have taught kindergarten to fifth grade in many diverse areas, including Philadelphia, PA, St. Croix, U.S.V.I., and Loudoun County, VA. My career in LCPS started at Sugarland Elementary in Sterling. I loved my six years at Sugarland. I taught first grade for three years and three more years in third grade there. I have been a proud member of the Loudoun County Public School community since 2004.

    I have a 22-year-old son named Myles. He graduated from James Madison University. GO, DUKES!!! I love spending time with my great-nephews (Noah and Dominic), shopping at Target (my favorite place ever), and reading. Communication is the key to a great parent/student-school relationship. My door is always open, and I am fluent in Spanish. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns at anabel.trinidad@lcps.org.

    Let's have a beautiful and exciting year at the Bluff. Tiger Strong!!


    Ms. A.C. Trinidad, B.A,M.Ed.




Last Modified on February 27, 2024