The only word to describe the fashion at Trinity Junior High is this: sinful. I mean, do what you want, but wearing knee high socks with birkenstocks or even wearing camouflage crocs is just a sin. That is the only way to describe it: sin. Anyone who wears any of those items unironically must have the thought process of a sinner. Have your sin, but keep it off the Great Schools forums where we here are pure and delicate. The teachers, no problem with their sense of fashion. In fact, they probably have better fashion sense than many pop culture icons of today such as Bella Thorne, Jeffree Star, etc. Some of the people I've mentioned can be included in the phrase "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," so that's saying something.
The easiest way to develop strong character in students is to provide them with the most boppin tunes. I would suggest that instead of playing absolute trash like Fall Out Fellas, twenty airplanes, and Many Directions (rip Zaine) Trinity should play music from one of the greatest bands of all time, Smash Mouth. Smash Mouth's music is truly inspiring and it is guaranteed to inject integrity, compassion, and respect straight into the bloodstream of its students. Smash Mouth has not only headlined the AutoNation Coast to Coast rebranding event in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but has also had its music featured in one of the greatest and most inspiring animated films of all time: Shrek. Shrek has taught millions of children and adults worldwide about the importance of accepting others, no matter their race, gender, or even species. Smash Mouth were finna be the next Beetles but, unfortunately, the kids of today have made it into what they call "maymays" and no one truly takes their absolutely ground-breaking music seriously anymore.
The only "leaders" at Trinity are those who are liked by teachers who control or run the clubs, those who are seen as "popular" (I know that's a strong word but that's the only one I can think of), and those who are not afraid to talk in front of 200 people, even if they are average speakers.
Some kid commented on the way I looked (as in my outfit) even though there are uniforms so I'm still confused as to what that child was thinking. Also, I have been called overweight and many bad names at that school, so that isn't very positive.
The administration of the school is extremely inefficient. They do an awful job keeping parent informed about different student activities, including snow days and early closing. Tuition is high and the school does not provide an efficient way to pay, other than the FACTS system which charges a 3% fee on all transactions. This is an economic burden on most families. The academics are okay, but not necessary better than public school. Although classes are smaller, some teachers are poor both academically and in the way they treat children; not what is expected from a private school.
My son is currently a student at Trinity and we are very happy there. He has had a great experience so far and we are pleased with the academic level, the high expectations set for the kids, and how the kids treat him. Great sense of community within the student body. He has made a lot of friends in his classes and extracurricular activities. I strongly recommend it to all of our friends with kids about to enter junior high.