Both of my daughters attended Trinity from 3 year old preschool through 8th grade. They learned fabulous study habits and were academically more then prepared for high school but also they were taught about the love Christ has for them and to respect themselves as well as others. Both were able to navigate the difficulties that high school presents without succumbing to the pressures of the number of issues they faced and continue to face. One graduated valedictorian and the other is in the top 10% of her class. I can't say enough good things about Trinity.
My son is not a 'typical' student yet the administration has gone above & beyond to educate him. I realize this is rare in a private school. They have also remained honest in their dealings with our family.
We have been at Trinity for 3 years. We are continually impressed by the dedication of every single teacher and staff member. The PTO board is extremely active as well when it comes to finding ways to improve the school. Our children are flourishing and are consistently challenged. Teachers immediately work to squash any type of bullying or perceived mistreatment. In short, it's not tolerated. We made the right choice 3 years ago and feel we are blessed having this school as an option for our family.
We have two kids at Trinity, and we, as parents, LOVE what they have learned in the ten years they have attended the school. The teachers are amazing and have a sincere heart for each student individually. Trinity has a strong community of students, teachers and parents, and we believe our children are who they are because of the solid guidance and love the teachers have given them throughout the years. We highly recommend Trinity as a place of love and learning if you are looking for a solid, Christian-based school for your child.
First of all teachers do not have to be certified to work at this school! There have been many instances from various parents expressing their child was being bullied and nothing was changed until parents were very irate with the teachers and administrative staff for not handling it after the first instance. There are a LOT of cliques at this school! Next, there is NO diversity at this campus! Although they are Christian, there is no mention of different religious beliefs or racial cultures. In the last year the comments were made "Don't play with the colored boy or We can't play with you because you are brown. " Lastly, the cost for the school is WAY too high! Some assignments are merely taken from online, there are no standards or objectives posted on the board or anywhere for parents, and the curriculum that is stated as being used is not in fact being used. DO NOT PUT YOUR CHILD IN THIS SCHOOL!! No child should have to suffer bullying or racism in a Christian school and then be behind when moved to a different school mid year.
My daughter is in 2nd grade at Trinity, and has been there since preschool. The teachers that we have encountered are top notch, and seem to genuinely care about their students. Our son has just started preschool there as well, and it's nice that he has had the same teachers my daughter did. The turnover is low, which is nice because you really get to know all the staff, and they know you! The feeling from the staff on campus is very welcoming, nurturing, and inviting. It is pricey though, and as much as we would like for both of our children to stay at Trinity, we are just not sure how long we can keep up with the financial commitment? If you can afford it, and want your children in a Christian based, higher learning environment then Trinity is excellent!