About Trinity Springs
Approximately 950 seventh and eighth graders pass through the halls of Trinity Springs. Attendance remains a strongpoint, with less than 1 percent of the student body opting not to return due to home schooling or enrolling at private institutions. Out of 25 state indicators, a series of tests that gauge student performance, the school continues to receive Recognized and Exemplary ratings.
Specialized programs available to the student body include dyslexia coaching and English as a second language. A campus branch of the National Junior Honor Society celebrates academic achievement among the student population. Multiple non-academic school activities allow children to reach their full potential. Sample offerings include:
- Team sports like boys / girls soccer, football and cheerleading.
The official Trinty Springs Middle School website allows parents to check on the latest school announcements, download summer reading lists and see upcoming lunch schedules. Information on school bus registration and attendance zone assistance is also available for added convenience. School administrators ensure that families have current information as it becomes available.
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