Trinity School Education at a Glance...
Our Basic 8
Delight in thinking to solve problems. Value different perspectives.
Read fluently with understanding and pleasure. Expand your world.
Write to know what you think and why. Learn many forms of communication. Match message with audience.
Of different cultures, of art, of music, and our bodies. Open yourself to expression.
Know basic math facts. Mentally manipulate numbers. Solve real problems.
Know the Past
Know who and what came before you. Build on their good ideas. Avoid their mistakes.
Explore the unknown. Learn to frame the next question. Pursue a logical response.
Forgive yourself. Forgive others. Treat others as yourself. Serve the common good.
Learning at Trinity 2013
Learning at Trinity 2013 explores how Trinity School helps each child find his or her voice as a student. Short video clips from each grade level (preschool to Grade 5) and from each of the specialist teachers demonstrate how teachers use robust academic concepts and skills along with students’ natural desire to express themselves. In these examples you will see how student voices develop from year to year in writing, in media production, in service, and in public presentations as children represent what they know and are able to do.