August 13, 2009
We enrolled our daughters, one in kindergarten, one in seventh grade, with high expectations based on very positive experiences at previous Christian schools. Unfortunately, we were bitterly disappointed . At Trinity we found shoddy teaching practices, prideful attitudes, incompetent business office procedures, and an overall feeling of a second-rate, poorly run instiitution. Our kindergartener changed in 9 weeks from a happy, excited learner to a cringing, crying, depressed child. The teacher told us she did not have time to help each child, in a class of 14 with 2 full-time teachers. We pulled her and put her in public school, where she received more positive reinforcement in one day than in the previous 9 weeks! Our 7th grader was shown 'The Patriot' (rated R) with no parental permission sought. She also went to public school and was 4 months behind in math due to Trinity's outdated curriculum! Terrible School!
- submitted by a parent