Our academic goals include both understanding a common body of knowledge and developing the ability to solve problems, think creatively, and evaluate critically. We are also mindful of our responsibility to develop character, foster spirituality, and encourage a commitment to service.
Trinity Prep has never compromised its commitment to a rigorous curriculum, a highly qualified and caring faculty, a low student/teacher ratio, a strong athletic program, an outstanding fine arts program, and an exceptional college guidance program. We believe in presenting students with a wide range of opportunities for growth in academic as well as extra-curricular areas. The close personal relationships developed in the classrooms, on the playing fields, and in advisory sessions make Trinity Prep a very special place for students to develop.
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- on Parent of Trinity Prep Student
My daughter, is having a great year in 6th grade and she really enjoys all of her classes, teachers and friends. She truly loves everything that Trinity has to offer from the Sports Program to the Strings Concert - Trinity was certainly the right choice for her! We love the challenging curriculum and the structured, nurturing environment of the school.
- on Previous Trinity Prep Student
Currently, I am a junior in college. I ... transferred to Trinity Prep between my freshman and sophomore year, and it was the absolute best decision in my life. ... Trinity taught me how to study, how to learn, how to retain, so many necessities for my future ....
Trinity Prep is run with compassion. There IS a family. I experienced many hardships during high school, including the loss of one of my parents. A few of my teachers and the chaplain stayed with me night and day in the hospice care unit holding my hand as I watched my parent die. There is understanding, there is consideration, there is patience, and best of all Trinity Prep will never give up on you. During finals of my freshman year of college, I received a box with treats and a card wishing me luck...not from my siblings or my parent, but from Trinity.
Even after my freshman year of college, I decided where I was simply wasn't right for me.. so I contacted my college counselor from Trinity Prep to help me transfer to another university, and they guided me every step of the way. I have even started working with one of my old Trinity teachers to assist me with my many medical research topics which will be a tremendous aid when applying to medical school. Probably my fondest memory at Trinity was my first day when I dropped my books in the quad. A student walked up to me, and I knew he was going to kick my books ... Instead, he picked them up, smiled, and showed me to my next class.