InstaMaryWelcome to Trinity Hall! I am delighted you are considering Trinity Hall for your daughter. I encourage you to learn more about our school by exploring our website and visiting us at our campus on Corregidor Road in Tinton Falls.

Trinity Hall is a school designed especially for girls and the way they learn best. For years we have known that young women in Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex counties would benefit from a single-sex high school they can call their own. Since opening in 2013, Trinity Hall has remained committed to the mission and vision of our founders – and, more than this, we are committed to being the most innovative and exciting high school in the area. In a supportive and caring environment, our students are immersed in a rigorous academic program complete with interactive technology, interdisciplinary projects, STEM courses, and global learning experiences that prepare them for the demands of the 21st century. Trinity Hall women make a difference.

Ours is a school that draws students from well over forty different towns; and yet, we maintain our close-knit community by fostering close relationships with our students and families. An independent school in the Catholic tradition, Trinity Hall is dedicated to the spiritual, moral, and integral formation of every student. By staying true to our core values of leadership, respect, perseverance, and faith, we are building a community of young women who will become leaders and living examples of the benefit of a faith and value-based learning environment. Having served for over two decades in a single-sex Catholic school, I have found this all-girls faith-based learning environment produces capable, independent, caring, confident, respectful, ethical, and empowered young women ready to meet the challenges of their world.

With great pride and excitement, I invite you to visit Trinity Hall at our permanent campus on historic Fort Monmouth. Those of us who passionately work here would love the opportunity to share all that happens during the school year. Once you meet a Trinity Hall girl, you will appreciate all that your daughter will gain by becoming a “Monarch.” I am tremendously proud of our students, who are young women of infinite promise with the strength of character to change the world. I have no doubt that our graduates will continue their journey to a future that is limitless.

As you choose a high school for your daughter, consider the person you want her to become. I encourage you to consider Trinity Hall for that special girl in your life. To prospective students, begin your search for high school with Trinity Hall and picture yourself in the midst of a community of engaged learners and a supportive circle of friends.

Sincerely,
Mary R. Mahon Sciarrillo
Head of School