Trinity Hall is an independent girls’ school taught in the Catholic tradition. The school opened in 2013.
Since Trinity Hall is a fairly young school, they’re just now seeing their first graduating class starting senior year of college.
“It’s exciting to have our alumnae on the verge of entering the workforce and see their journeys continue,” says Theresa Kiernan, Director of Advancement and Admissions.
Kiernan says that Trinity Hall’s school spirit is something both students and parents respond to. “The girls have a lot of energy and school pride,” she says. “They really prioritize their academics. We allow girls to put themselves first. They have a deep appreciation for everything around them. Our community is a really spirited, engaged group of young women.”
An Eye Toward College
Following its all-honors academic program, Trinity Hall students get into fantastic colleges.
“We’re a college prep school,” says Kiernan. “The thought is, you’re going to college and we’re working together to get you there.”
Kiernan says that parents feel secure that their daughters are learning in a safe place where their growth is nurtured.
“We’re not a bubble but we’re keeping students focused and allowing them the time to think about the things they are passionate about so when they do go to college, they’ll have had practice at advocating for themselves.”
Adapting During Challenging Times
Kiernan says that during coronavirus, Trinity Hall was able to “stretch the walls of the school to deliver the academic program.”
“Our sense of community stayed intact,” she says. “The girls are equipped with proper tech and resources for support.”
Some of the work took place online, some off-line and then students convened for discussions. The school’s “unplugged Wednesdays”—a time to allow students and teachers to catch up on work and get a break from tech overload—are a great example of how Trinity Hall adapts to fit students’ needs.
For the upcoming school year, Trinity Hall will be ready for anything. And since classes are already small, adhering to social distancing rules won’t be an issue.
“We’re confident we will be able to offer a phenomenal experience with our typical flexibility,” says Kiernan.
For parents who want to help their daughter find self-confidence and self-worth, Trinity Hall is a great choice. “When you give a girl permission to put herself first, wonderful things happen.”
101 Corregidor Rd., Tinton Falls