Academics

Trinity Education

Academic excellence is Trinity’s standard, and a joyful learning environment is the School’s ideal. Our curriculum provides instruction in strong basic skills, which are expanded each year and developed within an academically challenging environment. Trinity helps its students to become independent learners and thinkers and to develop their talents to the fullest degree possible. These aims are best achieved through the caring and individual attention given to students by our dedicated and well-qualified faculty. We are, by design, a small school and students, faculty, and administrators know each other well. Heterogeneous groupings within classes engender a respect for diversity, while individualized and small group instruction promotes the development of each child’s potential.

Preschool

The Preschool curriculum addresses the unique needs of the Preschool aged child through developmentally appropriate practices. Academic skills and social and personal knowledge and understanding are developed through oral, visual, and kinesthetic modalities. Teaching occurs in large groups, small groups, and one-on-one situations accommodating a broad range of individual differences. The Pink House is a loving environment where each child can become more independent and achieve a positive sense of self.

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Lower School

Basic skills of reading, spelling, writing, and mathematics are taught daily. Also included in the curriculum are French, science, social studies, music, art, physical education, religious studies, and Skills for Living.

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Middle School

English, mathematics, science, social studies, and world language are taught daily. Physical education classes meet four days a week. Music, art, and drama are offered as trimester courses in Fifth and Sixth Grades. Students in Seventh and Eighth Grades are given the opportunity to select trimester electives in fine arts, communication, and personal growth along with religious studies classes once a week. Skills for Living classes are taught once a week for a trimester and all students have a weekly religion class throughout the school year. Organizational and study skills, and library and research skills are taught throughout the curriculum and core subject teachers are available for extra help daily.

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