My daughter has aged out of Trinity and we were sad to go. I was was very pleased with the educational results, especially when compared to the public school she attended. I will not mention names here, but lets just say it was one of the more affluent schools. And I know it looks lame but I honestly think they have earned 5s, and I am a tough customer
Trinity serves students who typically have a variety of needs that impact their learning due to various disabilities, including ADHD, language processing disorders, dyslexia, sensory intergration disorder, high- functioning autism, Asperger's syndrome and related social and behavioral difficulties. <p> Trinity School serves students who benefit from a unique learning environment which integrates academics, social skills, and therapies, working in partnership with families, to help the whole child achieve his or her greatest potential.<p> Trinity School's student-teacher ratio of 6:1-8:1 depending upon the child's age and our developmentally appropriate grouping of classrooms, provide for effective academic progress for each student. As a result, students also find themselves in a rewarding atmosphere for academic achievements and social relationships, often otherwise not found in a more traditional setting.