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Trinity Baptist Schools5
Posted October 11, 2014
- a parent
1,200 characters isn't nearly enough to write about all the things that I like about Trinity. From their consistent curriculum (foundational from 1st through 12th grade) to their traditional style of teaching and classroom management, to their teaching of life skills (leadership, responsibility, compassion, organization, self-control) Trinity educates the whole child. Add to that the small class sizes and nice extras like choir, hand chimes, art, sports, field and missions trips, and stuff like that, and you have the makings of a fantastic school! My ONLY regret about moving my kids to Trinity is that I didn't do it sooner.
Great school, phenomenal teachers, well priced. As a graduate, I appreciate the education I received from this school more every day. The teachers truly care about the students and the education is worlds above other schools in the area.
As a student at Trinity, I enjoy a special bond with classmates, teachers, and younger students. From the first day, this school is absolutely alive with great things to do that grow you academically, strengthen you mentally and physically, and provide you with the knowledge of the God who created you. Teachers are sincere and personal, the peer pressure is positive, and the extracurricular activities have been awesome. Students can choose from girls and boys basketball, boys soccer, and girls volleyball. Music lessons, fine arts preparation and competition, field trips and outings with teachers, phys. ed., yearbook, and honor society are the beginnings of the fun. Trinity not only educates but rears students, helping them grow and prepare for life after high school. I personally want to thank this school for a fine elementary and high school experience!
This school is fantastic. It is a private religious school. It is a very small school which somewhat limits extra-curricula activites. The student teacher ratios are amazing (about 10:1). Having Pre-school through 12th grade co-located provides many opportunities for older students to mentor younger and the faculty knows all the students. The school academics are outstanding with students scoring above grade level on a variety of achievement tests. The school has athletics for Jr./Sr. high school (soccer, volleyball, basketball). The fine arts programs are outstanding. The school goes to regional and national fine arts competitions. Last year 14 students qualify for national competition and they placed in 18 categories. There is music training to include choir and chorale groups as well as on-site piano training. The school has a strong service component and has a student-aide program in which Jr./Sr. high students can volunteer with a teacher during study halls.