The school is small in size. But has all the latest gadgets and technology to support the staff and students. I love the fact that they have uniforms. Everyone is equal and not being distracted from other things. The uniform has provided a strong sense of belonging and being proud to be wearing it. Kids grow up together in a smaller environment to allow them to learn from each other. They learned to work in a cohesive manner. Since the class sizes are smaller than in other schools, kids have the opportunity to feel very comfortable with other students. Teachers can pay more attention to each one of them. The student body is positive and strong. Kids just learned from each other and to help each other.
The first impression I had during my school tour at Trinity Montessori School was that the students seemed happy, engaged and well behaved. The teachers at Trinity are caring and well-mannered, and I think this is reflected in the student body as well. The Montessori learning environment has provided lots of opportunities for our daughters to learn together with their classmates, and both of them have really enjoyed interacting with their peers in class. Senior students are encouraged to help younger students with their learning. And every year, elementary students are invited to read with the kindergarten students in class. Through participation in charity events, the students have also developed a strong sense of giving back to the community and to those in need.