What I love most about Trinity is that they not only teach academics (which are very impressive), but also morality and service (instilling a strong sense of doing for others and giving back). Our 2 youngest have been here for 3 years now. We noticed a huge difference from public school to here in everything from the way and what they talked about, to their demeanor. Our kids also really enjoy not only sports but art and music too. They are very creative. We felt like this was a perfect place for them to get more opportunity to grow in those areas, when we compared to other schools. In short, we LOVE this school! It is worth every penny! We only get one shot to raise our kids right. I only wish we had put our oldest at Trinity.
Trinity Catholic is a wonderful school with strong faith and family environment, very competitive academically, and amazing, caring faculty and administration who consider their work truly as a ministry. The parents are continually engaged and the communication channels are always open. I have two children attending and am a graduate myself. We are lucky to have this school in our community -- I highly recommend it!!
This is a really great school. I would suggest that you enroll your child at this school. At times I would past by and see kids smiling and laughing. The school shows really great education. They also try to have fun. They really show good sportsmanship. As learning more from this school they will start to transform you to better people. The school will do whatever it takes to make a child reach and learn their requirements. If a students doesn't understand they will try their best to help them out. This school is advanced. They are a school of business. Don't mess with Trinity Catholic School KNIGHTS.
We have two children who attend Trinity and are very happy with the school. A strong focus on Catholic faith is apparent in everything they do. We have had excellent teachers who really care about the well being of each child. The new principal is wonderful and has a strong vision for the school. Overall we feel our children are getting a well rounded experience with strong academics, religious education and a variety of opportunities in extracurricular activities. Trinity is a special place!
I am a third generation "graduate" from Trinity Catholice. My father was a priest at Blessed Sacrament church before exiting the priesthood. The quality of the administration has gone down drastically. The previous principal was a nun, and instilled faith into everything we did, she was also very good at communicating with children and getting to the root of the cause when it came to misbehavior. The new principal has driven all the quality teachers out, and is set on labeling your child if they have one conduct issue. Faith is hardly at the forefront of the curriculum anymore. I hate to say it but the quality of the school has gone down.
I have to agree with the other reviewers. Trinity has excellent teachers and the kids are great. Unfortunately, the top tier of the administration is very difficult to deal with and of very poor quality. One would think a school requiring parent involvement would take parental concerns seriously, but that is far from the case. My children have been at Trinity for years but I am beginning to consider another school.
We have been at Trinity for several years. The only reason we stay is because of the teachers. The teachers are very good but I have to agree the administration is poor considering this is a private school you would expect the administration to be better than public school. Students are bullied especially the girls. Also if you child did not attend Trinity from Pre-K forward they are treated differently by the other students and the administration. There is room for improvement starting with new administration.
The teachers are wonderful, academically it is superior to many other schools in our area.. Trinity has a loving environment . The students are taught responsibility as well as having a social conscience. The families are engaged and very active in the Trinity community. Although it is a private school there is hardly any(if any) social pressures. The staff and faculty is very willing to help in anyway possible.