What Parents Say
(Name withheld to protect privacy of the child)
Our son was diagnosed with a neurological disorder at the age of 6. At that time he was a student in the public schools. He struggled socially and with fine motor tasks in the classroom. After many years of battling with the public school and our son being diagnosed with a mild form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, stemming from his treatment by staff in the public school, we removed him from that situation. After much searching and researching we enrolled him in Trinity in November of his third grade year. The staff at Trinity has been and continues to be very accepting and accommodating for my son's disability. School is not easy for him, he works hard for every grade he earns, and some grades are not great. He also has times when he struggles socially and emotionally. Despite these challenges our son feels safe and accepted by the staff. He is able to go to the resource room when needed for either emotional support or academic support and that has proven to be vital in his success at school. The staff at Trinity has high expectations for him both behaviorally and academically and are wonderful at challenging him but not frustrating him. They are open to new ideas and strategies that may or may not work with him. They are accepting of his use of technology in the classroom when needed. The times when he is challenged either socially or behaviorally they are there to support and love him, while providing a consequence with dignity. Our son has been able to succeed and fail, and always feel accepted and supported. The staff at Trinity truly are the hands and feet of Jesus and demonstrate that not only with my son, but with all the children at Trinity. We continue to be forever grateful for the support and assistance our son has received and look forward to watching him grow into the young man God has intended for him to be.