Our experience at Trinity has been absolutely outstanding. Smart, thoughtful, caring teachers who take the time to both challenge students who are operating above the already high academic levels of Trinity and to help those who need extra time. The lower school is a nurturing gem with chapel being one of its wonderful highlights and a way parents can deeply connect with their children's educational experience and Trinity. The high school is filled with brilliant, hardworking students, 20% of whom are on scholarship and outstanding teachers who could be teaching at universities. The high schools is certainly challenging and demanding but then that is what one would expect at a school that has over half of its graduating class going to Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale, Cornell, Columbia, Brown, Penn, Chicago, Duke, MIT, Berkeley, Williams and the rest going to other outstanding universities like NYU, Colby, UCLA, Northwestern etc. I have no idea what school some of these other negative reviewers here are writing about. While it is the teachers at a school that are the most important not the facilities, Trinity is in the last months of completing a $100 million expansion of it campus with an entirely new huge building with new science labs, class rooms, theatre, phys ed facilities and a complete renovation of its existing physical plant which will reduce class sizes from 20 to 15 students (with 2 teachers in class) in the middle school. I would note that 4 of these are all on the same date, May 18, so it must be the same person writing so negatively about the school.