Kindergarten at Trinity
Trinity is Montgomery's foremost educational institution binding academic excellence with Christian values, where every child is genuinely known and loved.
"Kindergarten Life at Trinity" is extraordinary in every way! We hope this video gives you a brief glimpse of a typical day in K5 at Trinity. Hear first-hand from the K5 teachers as they describe in detail the different facets that make up an extraordinary day of education. We hope after you see all that Trinity has to offer, we hope you decide to make Trinity your family's "forever home."
My favorite thing about Trinity is the feeling I have every time I walk out the school. Be it parent-teacher conferences, school plays, or just dropping something off. I never leave without feeling grateful for the teachers and staff that are educating my children and helping me raise them to be strong Christian men. Also, in this world of uncertainty, I love knowing that their friends are from like-minded families who want the same things for their children.
Trinity is truly a blessing to our family. My husband and I have five children who attend Trinity. They range from grades kindergarten to seventh. We are all thrilled to be a part of the Trinity Family. Our four oldest transferred from Montgomery Magnet Schools. They all transitioned with great ease with the help of the awesome administration, teachers, and students. Trinity has excellent parent support and they serve whole heartedly. The value of a great education is priceless. At Trinity our children are receiving a top quality and well balanced education. Trinity is an excellent school by it being Christ centered and a college preparatory school it is a great fit for us. We always feel welcome as a family. We felt the presents of GOD when we entered the doors. The genuine concern for the children to receive the best possible education flows from The Head of School down. We feel so blessed for our children to be at a school where they are getting a great education and the same Christ-like values we teach at home are being reiterated at school.