Save yourself the money and go elsewhere. If your child is remotely more intelligent than other students, they will learn nothing but a few social skills. Several preschool and pre-k students are repeat students of the same class/grade, so it was obvious the program was lacking academically. At parent teacher conferences, the teacher suggested that I have my child attend pre-k again if he doesn't master the things on their list as their Kindergarten program is intense. The student to teacher ratio is 16-1, so also keep that in mind. The part-time pre-K program is awful. I cannot remark on the full-time pre-K program, but I imagine they are similar. After 3 months, my son still cannot recognize the letter A. I worked with him for 2 days myself and he was able to recognize 8 letters. The instructor gets frazzled with snack baggies that don't have sliders on the top and doesn't have time to address any individual student issues. Her remarks were "other people are not getting their money's worth when I have to discipline your child." After 20 some years of her being a teacher per her remark, you would think she knew how to properly address any issues!
Not impressed sums it up. The academics are very good, but if you have a very bright child who happens to have ADHD or another learning difference that learning difference will be challenged by the school because your child is so smart. Apparently, being smart does not allow you to have difficulties elsewhere. And so, your child will be refused any extra help that they may need because your child is not failing classes. So, if you have a very bright child who has no learning differences your child will do fabulously all around here. If you have a very bright child with a learning difference your child will do fabulously academically speaking, but will likely be frustrated and feel less than in the classroom. My intention with this review is not to criticize the school nor to make it look bad, it is just for those parents like me with very bright children who have learning differences to know what kind of experience may lie ahead for your child if you decide to enroll your child at TLS.
We love Trinity! The staff is very caring and we have really enjoyed the past two years at Trinity. It is such a nurturing environment when compared to the public school that my kids previously attended. The course work is challenging but managable. The teachers take a genuine interest in the students and you don't feel like just another number in the school system. I would definitely recommend Trinity to anyone who asked. We love it!