Freedom to focus, freedom to explore, freedom to grow
There's a freedom in a single-sex classroom that allows us to accomplish our mission more effectively.
Fostering one great conversation
We bring philosophy, history, literature and theology under the same umbrella, and discuss them in one course. Three goals of the course are to learn how to read well, to discuss well and to write with clarity and depth.
Filling the gap between the chalkboard and demonstrations
Matlab programming enables students to integrate what they're learning in math and science.
Enabling students to thrive
"I want them to see the beauty of our topics, not just ask: how do you solve a problem?"— Faculty member.
"Everyone's house is open to me." Jade is a Trinity School alumna, class of '11.
Join us for our annual Fall Open House
The Open House is a curriculum-themed event featuring interactive displays and "hands-on" projects. During the evening, you will have the opportunity to view our curriculum, meet faculty, hear from our headmaster, and take a tour given by Trinity students. We will have informational displays about admissions, college guidance, athletics, extra-curricular activities, car pools, financial aid and more.Your whole family is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. Let us know if you are attending! Please click the button below to register:
Trinity School senior, Abigail Turbenson has been named a semi-finalist in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship program. Abigail scored in the top 1 percent of the approximately 1.5 million U.S. students who took the PSAT/NMSQT exam during their junior year. She will now submit additonal materials to be considered a finalist.
Commended students scored in the top five percent of the PSAT/NMSQT exam.
Trinity School commended students are: Alexander Baum, Issac Hyre, Robert Kintz and Luca Tallarini
Congratulations to these Trinity School seniors on their accomplishment.