Trinity family welcomes student home
Published 12:05 am Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Trinity is not just a school, Trinity is a family. This is my first year at Trinity, and the decision to move schools in my junior year was absolutely the right one.
The student body and staff made me feel welcome from the beginning. I was a little scared starting at a new school so late in my high school years and leaving all my old friends behind, but that fear went away after my first day.
Everyone showed me total acceptance. I never thought a school could feel like home, but Trinity does.
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One of the best things about this school is the staff. It didn’t take me long to realize that they have an incredible faculty. Everyone here is supportive of each student and their own personal interests.
Whenever help is needed, the teachers do their best to assist the students and find a way to see them succeed.
I’ve never seen teachers so excited about what they do. The expectations at Trinity are high, but you have the support that is needed to succeed.
Another benefit of a small school is the one-on-one time with teachers and other students.
Trinity is a college prep school. Planning that each student will attend college, the faculty helps prepare each student in many different ways. One way is by the rigorous curriculum.
The students are challenged in new and different areas. Material is covered so that students have the ability to learn new things in a fun way.
They also expand our minds and show us the opportunities that are out there for us. Field trips and college fairs enable the students to see what we need to do to get to that next level of success.
Trinity takes an interest in your future personally and will help you reach your goals to get there.
The excitement and family support is another amazing thing here at Trinity. As a school and a family, we support each other 100 percent. Having a full-time chaplain has shown the student body that character and spiritual growth is an important part of being successful.
From pep rallies to the football games, softball games, basketball games, even to a quiz bowl, if it’s something in your heart and something you would like to do, the Trinity family finds a way to make it happen.
Please join us for our open house on Thursday from 8:30 to 11 a.m. or 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Come see why Trinity may be the best thing for your children like it was for me.
We would love to add you to our family!
Michaela Hutchins is a junior at Trinity Episcopal Day School.