In the beginning of January, I wrote a comment that I was disappointed with the lack of communication between myself & my son's teacher & the administration. That very day, I got a note home from his teacher saying my son was disruptive & causing problems. I also got a call from the administrator about my son causing issues. From then on, notes home everyday. Even worse, my son began to HATE going to school. He would scream & beg me not to take him (he used to like going there). In the afternoons, a note home about his behavior. So he would then get a punishment & a lecture from me. Something was WRONG with this whole situation - & it wasn't my kid. Unless you're willing to never criticize & also have a perfectly behaved child, I would avoid this school. They enroll too many children in classes & then if a child gets overstimulated or seeks attention they try to label him/her a problem or special needs.
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My oldest son did his Pre-k 3 & 4 at Trinity and we are very pleased with the education he received. We have 2 more children and they both will be attending Trinity when they become of age. The tuition is average. The staff is great. We did have an issue with another student attending Trinity and the teacher and principal handled it with extreme professionalism for both the parties it included. I always recommend Trinity when given the opportunity. I can't say enough good things about the school.