“Trinity School’s curriculum inculcates a passion for the liberal arts and a lifelong search for truth. Trinity graduates consistently distinguish themselves as being some of the most articulate, inquisitive, and analytical young minds in colleges across the country.”
Dr. Dennis C. Jacobs, Provost, Santa Clara University
A Co-ed School with Single-Sex Classes Trinity School serves both boys and girls but most classes are separated by gender.
Enrollment Trinity School enrolls 250 students in grades 6 through 12.
Class Size The average class size at Trinity School is 15 students, providing an optimum learning environment for all students.
Student to Faculty Ratio The student to faculty ratio at Trinity School is 10:1 so each student receives considerable attention from his or her teachers.
College Readiness A Trinity School education provides an excellent foundation for college. Trinity School alumni stand out from their peers as exceptionally well read, intellectually balanced, prepared to think critically and able to discuss intelligently. For a list of some of the colleges and universities that have accepted Trinity School students click here.
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Faculty The Trinity School at Greenlawn is composed of 20 full-time faculty members and 11 part-time faculty members. The high percentage of full-time faculty guarantees adequate time and resources to provide dedicated individual attention.
Accreditation Trinity School is fully accredited by the Independent School Association of the Central States (ISACS).
School Awards The U.S. Department of Education has four-times recognized Trinity School at Greenlawn as a National Blue Ribbon School for exemplary education. The Blue Ribbon award is considered the highest award a U.S. school can receive.
Religious Affiliation Trinity School was founded by the People of Praise, offering a classical education in the Christian tradition to families from a wide variety of backgrounds. Trinity School is a Christian school. Faculty members subscribe to the Nicene Creed and are members in good standing of their own Christian churches. No statement of faith or religious identification is required of students or parents.