October 21, 2015
Trinity Academy will hold an Open House event for prospective pre-k through 8
th grade students and their parents on Sunday, October 25 from 12:30-2:30 pm at the Trinity Academy campus, located at 235 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell, NJ.
At 1:00pm, Trinity Academy will be participating in the 10th Jumpstart’s Annual Read for the Record. Pre-School children and their parents are invited to join us in reading this year’s campaign book, “
Not Norman: A Goldfish Story”, written by Kelly Bennett and illustrated by Noah Z. Jones. It is a humorous tale about a child who finds a new friend in an unexpected place. Jumpstart’s Read for the Record is a global campaign that generates public support for high-quality early learning and highlights the importance of building children’s vocabulary and love for reading. Pre-school children will participate in several activities based on the book, and will receive a bookmark and a Read for the Record certificate. Reading will be held in the gym on the school stage during the Open House event.
While the pre-k students enjoy the story and activities, their families can learn about the excellent educational opportunity offered by Trinity Academy. Attendees will gather important information about the academic curriculum and extracurricular activities, meet administration and faculty, tour the Lower and Upper School, and hear from current students and parents.
“This is a helpful information session for families who are exploring school options for next year,” said Mary Cassels, Principal. “Many families use this evening as an opportunity to explore transfer options as well. Of special interest is a fifty percent tuition discount we are extending for any child entering the third grade during the 2015-2016 school year.”
Trinity Academy offers small class sizes, a full-day Kindergarten program, and a nurturing environment that allows every child to thrive. Students achieve honors, scholarships and acceptances to prestigious high schools, and consistently score above the national average on the annual standardized Terra Nova tests.
“While solid academics is a critical factor, Trinity also values developing the whole person,” said Principal Cassels. “Students have ample opportunity and are encouraged to take on leadership roles, participate in service projects, play sports and engage in the arts.”