The mind is never passive; it is a perpetual activity, delicate, receptive, responsive to stimulus. You cannot postpone its life until you have sharpened it. Whatever interest attaches to your subject matter must be evoked here and now … That is the golden rule ofAlfred North Whitehead, The Aims of Education
education,and a very difficult rule to follow.
Many factors influence a family’s choice of school, but the most important feature of an educational institution is its academic program. Will the program inspire your child with a vision of greatness?
At Trinity School, we believe our academic program answers “Yes” to all these questions.
Our philosophy of education begins with an understanding of your child as a young person full of wonder, curious about the world, and eager to learn. And our curriculum is designed to answer the most important question a school should ask about ou
For more information on our educational philosophy, curriculum, courses or a specific subject area, follow one of the links below.