Trinity School - This school's academics are hard, yet really fulfilling. All of Trinity's academics are good, but Trinity excels in its humanities programs: English, history, and classics. Those programs greatly overshadow the math, science, and language departments, but those departments are changing a lot and are improving at a very fast rate. For example, the math department has welcomed three new teachers, the science department is completely revamping its curriculum, and the language department is updating its teaching AP material and adding teachers to expand its Mandarin program. All of the teachers are engaging, interesting people that really do their best to get to know their students both in and out of the classroom, and to challenge the students. And challenge they do! The academic requirements are steep: four years of English, three years of history, three years of Mathematics, three years of languages (or have achieved proficiency up to AP or Level IV) two years of laboratory science (freshman year science does not count), two semesters of arts (visual or performing), and a couple others that I can't remember. The amount of work that they give you far exceeds anything from middle school, and it's up to you to finish it. read more »
Trinity School founded 1709 is a co-educational private independent Episcopal College Preparatory school located in New York, NY, USA. Trinity School enrolls Day students only with a total student enrollment of 960 in day student grades K to 12th. Trinity School endowment is estimated $40 million and the endowment per student is estimated $41,667.
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