I have twins who are sophomores at THS. Both are involved in extracurricular activies. Both are honor roll students. But what has impressed me the most is the dedication of the teachers. As a parent I encourage other parents to communicate with your children's teachers. They are there to help you and your child but you have to make an effort. Get involved! When my daughter had a special need the vice-principal came forward and gave his time and resources to help her. I have never seen such dedication and will always be grateful. And it wasn't just once but continues. My son's grade was falling in English but with a single email to his teacher I received a phone call back and an offer of tutoring to help him pull his grade up. This was on her time. Thank you very much!! Parents, it's that easy. Just show you are interested. The end result are kids that are doing well in school, which after all, is what we all want. Very thankful parent
Trinity was the school from which I graduated years ago, but I have continued to watch it as I am a Bedford resident and the four students in the adjacent homes have attended THS. It is the definition of "diversity" and yet it exceeds the state and national standards in almost every single way! Not only are the sports teams exceptional, but the extracurricular activities are excellent and surprisingly unique. It's a "real world" school in that the student population is so diverse that those who attend Trinity will have a head start in dealing with a variety of races, nationalities, cultures, and religions long before they graduate. If you are a parent, you've chosen a great school for your daughters and sons.
Trinity is a wonderful school. The teachers and staff are wonderful and seem to really care about teaching and caring for the students. The pride that the students, alumni and community show towards Trinity shows what a wonderful school it really is.
I love Trinity. My son recently graduated from Trinity High School. He attended 10-12 and I was very impressed with the teachers, counselors and staff. There was this one teacher Mr. Montelago (not sure the spelling) that encouraged my son when everyone else had pretty much given up on him. His counselor found ways for him to earn the most credits in the amount of time he had remaining in school, signed him up for co-op so he could earn more credits. Even down the last trimester - his teachers would call me if he was missing an assignment. They do everything to help their students succeed. They work with the students and parents...I don't know where he would be if he had not been at Trinity. They truly care about the kids.