To register your student for Trinity Academy's Upper School (Grades 6-8)*, please download the following documents and return to the school office with your registration fee no later than May 5, 2017. For transfer students (or student not registered by the May 5th date), please use these same forms and call the office for further instruction.
If you are interested in our Before and After Care, please fill out the Before and After Care form and return with your registration information.
For existing families we ask that you sign and return your letter of intention before the end of April each year.
*Note: very rarely are students accepted into Trinity Academy in their 8th grade year.
Our students have a history of being accepted to and thriving in the area's most prestigious Catholic High Schools. Many Trinity Academy students, whether continuing in their academic careers in private or public institutions, are repeatedly featured in their school's honor roll. We encourage our alumni to remain active in theTrinity Academy community, share their successes with us and return for alumni events throughout the year.
Here is a list of high schools our eigth grade graduates have been accepted to within the past three years:
|Academy of Saint Elizabeth||Oratory Prep|
|Bergen Catholic||Paramus Catholic|
|Delbarton||Queen of Peace|
|DePaul Catholic||Regis High School|
|Don Bosco||Saint Dominic Academy|
|Immaculate Conception||Saint Joseph's High School|
|James Caldwell High School||Saint Mary's High School|
|Lacordaire Academy||Saint Peter's Prep|
|Mount Saint Dominic Academy||Seton Hall Prep|
|Morris Catholic||Union Catholic|
|Oak Knoll||Xavier High School|
The schools of the Archdiocese of Newark begun a curriculum mapping project which will result in the development of subject area curriculum maps that clearly articulate the content and skills students will be learning in each subject in each grade level. The Trinity Academy faculty fully participate in this process attending development work-shops, serving as facilitators and adding valued in-put and unique perspectives as experienced educators.
Relevant educational standards including those proposed by content area experts, the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, and the Common Core State Standards are used as a resource in the curriculum mapping process.The resulting curriculum maps will help ensure the academic excellence that is integral to the mission of our Catholic schools and will provide parents with a clear understanding of the curriculum.
To review the Archdiocese of Newark's recommended math curriculum by grade and for an update on the curriculum mapping for other subject areas simply click here.
To learn about our required Latin Studies for grades 6-8 click here.