- Private, Christian (General)
- EAGAN, MN
- Academicsgrade A+
- Diversitygrade B minus
- Teachersgrade A minus
- College Prepgrade A
- Clubs & Activitiesgrade B
- Sportsgrade B
What kind of person do you want your child to become?
This is the most important question you can ask yourself when choosing a school for your child.
At Trinity School, your child will develop a sense of wonder, strong imagination, clarity, precision, consistency, relevance, depth of inquiry, intellectual honesty and intellectual humility.
Trinity School blends the best literature, philosophy, theology and political theory that the classical and Christian traditions have to offer with cutting-edge mathematics and sciences and a strong emphasis upon the arts.
In 2019, Trinity School at River Ridge received its third National Blue Ribbon School award from the U.S. Department of Education, and is the only high school in Minnesota to have received the award three times.
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Summer Camp at Trinity School
At Trinity School, our love for learning spills over into summer camps for younger students. We invite children from any school to participate! Choose from: Adventure Camp, Acting Workshop, or Adventures in Ancient Rome...and much more!
Culture & Safety
- Field day25%
- Spring formal25%
- End of the Year Celebration14%
- Junior and Senior Drama Performances11%
- Pancake morning for seniors4%
Clubs & Activities
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade B
- Good for Familiesgrade A+
- Housinggrade A minus
Trinity School at River Ridge Reviews
First of all, I think having separate-sex classes (boys and girls) was so fruitful for helping me learn and develop as a young man. I formed incredibly strong friendships with both my male and female classmates which continue today (>10 years after graduating). Trinity taught me how to respect young women and respect myself and fostered an environment that limited the self-consciousness and social pressures that can be so present in high school.
Secondly, Trinity teachers were deeply compassionate and helped me profoundly with my own mental health struggles with anxiety when I first came to the school in 7th grade. The Headmaster often let me sit in his office when my anxiety got the better of me and he encouraged me with his own personal stories of his faith journey and life lessons he had learned. The Dean of Boys similarly encouraged me. I'm grateful!