Children are grouped into three-year age blocks in order to create a community where younger students observe and learn from older peers and become leaders at an early age.
Meant to develop the whole child by allowing the freedom to explore and the guidance to thrive. This means not just being present, but truly caring.
There are only a handful of students for every teacher at Trinity. Our low student-to-teacher ratio means individualized time and attention for every child.
We approach the religious and spiritual formation of children with The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, which is rooted in Montessori teachings. Our goal is not to force religion, but to encourage students to become aware of their relationships with God and give expression to it.
We present themes from the Bible in an approachable manner, encouraging the growth of a child’s relationship with God in a natural way.
Our school community is enriched with numerous religious and ethnic backgrounds, including children from China, India, Mexico, Brazil, and Sudan.
We promote appreciation and acceptance for the many practices of faith by welcoming families of diverse faith traditions.