I am a sophomore at Trinity High School and have found myself extremely disappointed with the quality of learning, the lack of diversity and the demeaning peer group. Classes are short and only one of my classes is beneficial so I spend 7 hours of my day at Trinity only to learn for 45 minutes. Although THS advertises an inclusive and non-judgmental community, I have been made fun of and discriminated against by my TEACHERS for the beliefs that I hold. Think again before you send your child here.
This was my daughters first choice, we visited on the open day and i was verry impressed with everything. my daughterwas very disappoin that she ddnt get in, she was given here second choice. I was ok with it because she live art ,drama and sports, i thought cholton would be good for her. I was very very wrong, although she has good grades she has complained about the manner that both pupils and teachers behave in. She has aked me to make an apeal for her to go to trinity, even though i told her to give it time she still wants to change school. Can any one give me any advice.
We couldn't be more pleased with Trinity. We drive over 30 minutes each way and couldn't think of a nicer community, or teaching staff more dedicated to its students. It's very inclusive and our children are getting excellent educations there. Highly recommend.
Trinity has a lot of problems that teachers and administration just can't seem to fix. some use their authority out of line
i go to trinity and i just started, but i absolutely love it. its such a good school with good academics and sports teams, and just nice people. you dont feel out of place if you come here. it is the best high school in manchester, and is a great show of pride spirit and tradition. you see it everyday
I go to trinity and I love it! it really embodies pride spirit and tradition. At trinity everyone is family.
I attended Trinity for my first year of high school before transferring to West, where I am now a junior. Trinity did not provide me with the rigorous course load that I was looking for; I felt bored and unchallenged. West, on the other hand, provided the classes I was looking for and a diversity that makes high school more interesting. I do agree, however, that there is plenty of school spirit at Trinity.
Trinity HS is very strong academically, yet has enough diversity in coursework to tailor to the needs of each student. Most of the teachers are excellent. The students in general are respectful, enthusiastic and well-behaved. The dress code appeals to me as a parent and the students don't seem to mind it either! Students are encouraged to be representatives of the school in all they do. School spirit is strong and there is truly an atmosphere that all students are important and valued. All classes interact well with each other. The campus ministry progam is stupendous. Overall, I feel that this school has been worth every penny of my money.
I have two children who attend Trinity. We cannot say enough about the many positive aspects of this school. The campus ministry is fantastic! The teachers are excellent and very interested in the success of students. The experiences they have here, academically, spiritually, socially, and athletically have been outstanding. I would highly recommend this school to any parent and student looking for a high quality education in a Christian environment.
This is my first year attending a catholic high school and i have been very surprised on how great its been the teachers are very caring and willing and i cant wait for the next 3 years ahead.
My son has been attending Trinity for four years. I have been very impressed with the faculty and their focus on the students. I find them to be an extremely dedicated group. The school also does a superb job preparing the students for advanced scholastic work in college. Lastly, my son has been accepted with scholarships at each of the colege he applied to. As a parent, I would strongly recommend Trinity.
We have two children at Trinity HS. We are impressed with the focus on academic achievement while setting realistic expectations. While all of the students are planning to attend college, the faculty and staff guide students toward schools and majors that fit their skills, interests and personalities. The feedback we've heard from former students is all positive. Our children's friends and classmates exhibit enthusiasm, courtesy and respect. We are extremely pleased with the school.
I am a current student at THS. I have had both of my parents, and a sibiling graduate from here. To say the least the quality of education has gone down, considerably. The teachers are not caring individuals who want to help you learn, but rather set out to watch you fail. As a whole, the school is worried about how much money each person will give them, rather then the quality of education, or the students sucess. If you are looking into attending Trinity High School I highly suggest you review your options.
I have had two kids graduate Trinity and both are attending college. Trinity forges life long friendships and invites alumni back for a breakfast to talk with teaches and classmates. Academics comes first and kids are made to reach not just slide through.
We are pleased with the educational quality at Trinity HS. Students who enjoy learning and trying to do their best are commended by the faculty and their classmates.
I'm a THS graduate, my 4 years at THS were the best 4 years of HS that anyone could hope for. Trinity is very school spirited and the teachers & staff are always willing to help with anything that may come up. I think Trinity helped me to become a better all around person. It also helped me to prepare for College. I would recomend THS to anyone.
Before Trinity my daughter went to a public Jr. high, the difference has become very obvious, a much smaller school with strict discipline is a must for todays young adults. I look forward to the next three years.
Community ratings and reviews do not represent the views of GreatSchools nor does GreatSchools check their accuracy or verify the reviewers' identities. Use your discretion when evaluating these reviews.
The Community Rating is the school’s average rating from its community members (e.g., parents, students, and school staff). The highest possible rating is five stars; the lowest is one star.
To start a new list, click OK. Otherwise click Cancel.
Thank you! You will begin to receive newsletters from us shortly.
Thanks for verifying your updated email address.
Oops! That email verification link has expired. Please click the button below to receive a new one.
Create an account to submit your answers.
Sign in with an existing GreatSchools account or using Facebook:
Your review has been posted to GreatSchools.
Share with friends! Post your opinion of Trinity High School on Facebook.
Welcome to GreatSchools!
Thanks! We just sent you an email – please click on the link in the email to post your answers.
Get timely updates for Trinity High School, including performance data and recently posted user reviews.