“Instead of trying to undo what our kids pick up at school, Trinity has helped us to reinforce our values and the importance of knowing how to think rather than just regurgitating facts. The focus on faith, right behavior, and reason has been evident from our son’s first weeks at Trinity.”Trinity Parent
One of the most important factors you will consider when choosing a school for your children is how well the environment of the school matches your own values and supports the culture you are building at home.
At Trinity, students feel known by their teachers and are challenged not only academically but also personally. One of the most common remarks alumni make about their experience at Trinty is how genuinely they admire the faculty who guided them through their time.
We also take the formation of our student culture seriously. Junior high and high school are challenging times for young people, but at
For more information on our cultural distinctives, please see our official statement “A Culture of Learning and a Culture of Christian Life.” This statement provides our perspective on the Christian identity of the school, the role of parents and the school in faith formation and personal counseling, our emphasis upon Christian unity, our understanding of marriage and human sexuality, and other matters.
Trinity is a great school because of community. Trinity’s community really stands out against other schools, because everyone knows and cares for one another. I remember coming in as a seventh grader and feeling famous because even the upperclassmen would talk to me!
Trinity’s academics are rigorous, but fun at the same time. Because of the single-gender classes, you can participate fully without being distracted. Humane Letters discussions are my favorite because we get really into it and can’t stop talking.