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PK-8|Private
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I have a lot to say. *the students opinions are not respected at all *they are a VERY sexist and unjust staff * they have the most absurd rules that will not help your child in the real life * Your child will get in trouble for the littlest and there punishment will be to sit on a bench. yes . a bench. * they favor some kids and target some , its very unjust. Trinity regional has been horrible to me and my family. the staff has only brought me pain by the way they treat people. PLEASE do NOT send tour child their they will have a terrible time dont let the house wives comments about how good it is fool you. they just say that because they dont talk to there child enough to know the truth and im very sad about that. horrible horrible . i refuse to call it a catholic school. its nothing of the sort i have a lot to say. *the students opinions are not respected at al *they are a VERY sexist and unjust staff * they have the most absurd rules that will not help your child in the real life * Your child will get in trouble for the littlest and there punishment will be to sit on a bench. yes . a bench. * they favor some kids and target some , its very unjust. Trinity regional has been horrible to me and my family. the staff has only brought me pain by the way they treat people. PLEASE do NOT send your child their they will have a terrible time dont let the house wives comments about how good it is fool you. they just say that because they dont talk to there child enough to know the truth and im very sad about that. horrible horrible . i refuse to call it a catholic school. its nothing of the sort



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Trinity Regional School is run like a busses and not like an elementary/middle school. Many teachers lack advanced degrees and are incapable of keeping their students up to today's rigorous scholastic standards. If you're looking for morals, empathy and charity, ( because that holds primary importance over educational strengths), then also look elsewhere. The administration and teachers are very poor examples of love and caring. Public schools, in general, are held more accountable for their actions. This pertains to both teachers and students! As for academics, foreign language, the arts, music and reading programs all pale in respect to public and non public schools alike. You have a poor mix of older teachers (who should retire and do a tremendous amount of shouting and bullying), and very young, inexperienced teachers, who lack control of their students. Bottom line; do your homework and look carefully around before selecting this school for your children.




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Trinity Regional School is a great school. The classes are small and you get to know all of your children's classmates. The children are great and I have enjoyed watching my children's classmates grow up with them. Many parents are involved. Parents help at lunch, parties, run events and annual grade level performances. Trinity has aftercare, school sports teams and after school music lessons all which make life easier for working parents. Trinity provides a great eduation and prepares children well for competitive Catholic Highschools.



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We transferred our two kids (1st and 3rd) from public school to Trinity last year. Their first year at Trinity gave them a lot of friends, great learning, more confidence and solid values formation. They have excellent science, math, art and reading programs at school. Middle school kids act as mentors/buddies to the younger kids; teachers and school moms are very accommodating especially to working parents like us. I volunteered in public school classroom/fieldtrips before and dealt with a lot of rowdy kids; I must say, kids here at Trinity are fun and energetic - but well behaved and respectful! The administration can be strict, but if you follow the rules, then there is no problem! We are looking forward to our next year at Trinity!



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As educators, we looked for the most challenging and supportive environment for our daughter. Trinity Regional has both solid academics and an outstanding ancillary staffing. The dedication of Trinity's staff is unquestionable. Parents who have difficulty with administrative rules will certainly be uncomfortable as the rules are set and there is no deviation. As a public educator in a prominent district, I find the no nonsense approach refreshing. The "specials" programs in music, art, foreign language and enrichment have provided our daughter with an excellent outlet for her creative interests. It is an excellent educational environment. The only downside is the HSA and parent involvement. They are not overly welcoming of new people - but if you persevere, it works out.




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Puh-leez. Administration should stop writing posts and signing parent. Principal & teachers are awful. Screaming at kids and parents. They never follow through with anything. Nothing more than a lousy public school with a uniform.



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My children have all attended Trinity Regional School and we are extremely pleased. Solid academic programs...the kids are challenged and supported. Lots of extra curricular activities and school based events. I can not say enough about the dedicated teaching staff!! There are several teachers that are worth their weight in gold!! Building is older but it's what happens inside those classrooms that matters!



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Overcrowded classes-administration is terrible-principal is demeaning and thinks she is the "Queen of her kingdom".




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I am a parent of a child attending for 4 years now. Trinity Regional of East Northport is a PK-8 program that is Middle States accredited, and has produced scholars and scholar athletes that successfully attended some of the best high schools and colleges in the country. The current administration has been attaining the highest academic standings as measured by both public and private academic standards, with many students winning prestigious scholarships. Trinity programs measured highly on recent Diocesan long range planning for Catholic Education called for raising the standards across Nassau and Suffolk counties. Maintaining an economically stable program, they have kept fees comparatively low while spending wisely to increase access to technology and advanced teacher training. Requiring basic skills to be used repetitively and sequentially throughout an advancing education has created a safe, healthy and respectful environment for quality education, that supports basic family and Catholic values. Excellence is a necessary requirement for success at this institution for staff, administration and children at all levels.



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Leadership is lacking compasion and vision. Run like a business and children can get left behind.

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