“Of all the students I have encountered in my years as a professor and dean at Brown University and the University of Notre Dame, Trinity School graduates stand out as remarkably prepared for the rigor of the STEM disciplines. They are equipped with the creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking skills that position them for leadership in a rapidly-changing world.”Dr. Greg Crawford, President of Miami University, OH, former Dean of the College of Science at Notre Dame
You want your child to be ready for whatever the future may bring.
Unfortunately, too much that passes for ‘college prep’ prepares students only narrowly for the college admissions process. Trinity School’s education provides students with the skills necessary not only for college but also for life beyond. Critical thinking, clear writing, practice in discussion–these are the things that distinguish Trinity School graduates and set them apart from many of their peers in the college environment. Though we resist the ‘college prep’ label, college professors regularly report that Trinity School students are among the most well prepared of all the students they meet for actual college and university level work.
While our focus is on preparing students intellectually and academically, our students also do very well against national benchmarks.
- Our seniors’ average SAT scores are 250 + points above the national average.
- Every student graduates from Trinity School with a transcript that exceeds the United States Department of Education’s highest rating for rigor1.
- Trinity School students have been accepted to a wide variety of schools including many of the most competitive colleges and universities in the nation. Click here for a list of colleges and universities that have accepted Trinity School students.
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Dr. Michael Naughton, Director of Center for Catholic Studies, University of St. Thomas
“The value of a school is dependent upon the kind of student it graduates. Ask any of my colleagues about Trinity and they will tell about its graduates. They are intellectually interested in the subject matter. They read the texts. They write well, argue soundly, and bring to the classroom a mature Christian view.”