programoverview-1Trinity School recognizes the uniqueness of each learner and therefore, the school strives to meet the individual needs of each student.

Using proven, research-based teaching methods and progressive technologies, Trinity provides a challenging and comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for continued academic success.

  • Each year builds upon the skills and information learned in the previous year and covers a wide range of material in each of the core curriculum areas of mathematics, language arts, social studies, and science.
  • Enabled by small class sizes and a commitment to honoring various learning styles, Trinity teachers employ multi-sensory instructional and assessment techniques and plan for remediation and acceleration as needed.

  • A variety of programs are available to support our students in achieving academic and personal success. Classes in Alphabetic Phonics, Take Flight, Structured Language Basics, Multi-sensory math, Organizational Skills, and guidance as well as enrichments in art, computers, drama, journalism, music, physical education, and Spanish serve to create well-rounded students capable of capitalizing on their successes and developing strategies for improvement.

  • The cornerstone of Trinity’s program is its talented and nurturing teachers. All of the teachers are fully trained in the subjects they teach and are committed to the school’s philosophy of recognizing each individual child as a unique learner.

Trinity School’s philosophy of recognizing the individual learning needs of each child has allowed the school to successfully meet the needs of typical students, gifted students, students with attention difficulties, and students with mild to moderate learning differences and excel in a small supportive classroom environment.

Trinity School recognizes that some students have learning needs that the school is not equipped to meet.  The school will decline to accept or retain students who, in the school’s judgment, have learning needs which will not be met by its methodology, or who demonstrate cognitive limitations that make steady academic progress within Trinity School’s program unlikely.