We hear it over and over again from parents:

“My child’s school is not working for our family.”

When distance learning interrupted the education system, parents were able to see for themselves what goes on in their children’s classrooms. The reality is, the issues they saw were not all solved when schools reopened.

At Trinity, we recognize parents to be the primary educators of their children. You play an integral role as our partner in the endeavor of education. Although you entrust your children with Trinity for a significant portion of the day and rightfully expect us to strive to accomplish the aims established by our mission and vision, parents are members of the school community and partner with us.

At Trinity, students are a part of a culture where education is experienced as a human awakening. This, accompanied by a morally serious Christian culture that is free yet disciplined, equips students to become agents of their own learning. Socratic style classes teach students to ask ‘why’ and engage in healthy civil discourse.

If you desire more for your child’s education and a better fit for your family, we invite you to learn more about who we are at Trinity. Whether you would like an information packet mailed to your home, or to sign up to come visit us and see classes in action, we encourage you to fill out the form below. One of our admissions team members will be in touch within 24 hours.

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Why Trinity?

  • Award-winning Education The U.S. Department of Education has recognized Trinity School at River Ridge as a National Blue Ribbon School for exemplary education three times, making it Minnesota’s only three-time award-winning high school. The Blue Ribbon award is considered the highest award a U.S. school can receive.
  • Individual Attention The average class size at Trinity School is 15 students, providing an optimum learning environment for all students.
  • A Co-ed School with Single-Sex Classes Trinity School serves both boys and girls but most classes are separated by gender.
  • College Readiness Our seniors’ average SAT scores are 250 + points above the national average.