Open House: You're Invited!

On Saturday, October 2, Trinity Hall will open our doors to potential students and their families for the first Open House of the Fall 2021 admissions season. For the first time since 2019, the Open House will be held in person on Trinity Hall’s Tinton Falls campus. Last year’s Open Houses were completely virtual due to the pandemic, and while they gave a glimpse into the Trinity Hall experience, students, faculty, staff, and coaches are eager to roll out the red carpet to visitors in person once again. Girls interested in joining the Class of 2026 are highly encouraged to attend.  
At the Open House, potential students and their families can expect to learn about what Trinity Hall offers to girls in our area. Visitors will begin their experience with a self-guided tour of the building and campus. Classrooms, innovation spaces, science labs, art studios, and common areas will be available for visitors to tour. While on the tour, potential students and their families will have the opportunity to ask questions and talk to current students, teachers, staff, and coaches about the exciting academics, arts, and athletics programs that are offered at Trinity Hall. The Open House will then conclude with an information session and a student panel. We ask all visitors to register for one of the time slots (9 a.m., 10 am., or 11 a.m.) prior to the Open House, in an effort to manage the flow of traffic and to keep our community and visitors safe and healthy. Masks are required inside the school building.
Current students are getting excited to share their experiences with new potential students. Olivia C. is a freshman this year and remembers coming to an Open House during her 7th-grade year. What stood out to her during her first Open House was the welcoming atmosphere and people at Trinity Hall. Last year, Olivia attended a virtual Open House as an 8th grader, and although she was not able to be here in person, she still felt the sense of welcoming she experienced the year prior. As a freshman this year, Olivia signed up to be a student ambassador, and as she says, “I get to be on the other side.” Olivia will be able to share her new experiences as a Trinity Hall student with potential students this year. 
The senior and junior classes are the only classes that have been able to attend an in-person Open House and volunteer at an in-person Open House. As a senior, Claire M. has done both and is excited to be returning as a student representative this year. When Claire came as an 8th grader to her first Open House, the one academic subject that stuck out to her was engineering. Claire said, “The student that was in the engineering room explained the engineering program at Trinity Hall.” Hearing about the engineering program sparked Claire’s interest in the subject -- which turned into a passion for engineering, as Claire is considering studying engineering beyond Trinity Hall. She is enthusiastic to share information about our STEM program here at Trinity Hall with potential students, as it could spark an interest in them as it did for Claire. Claire stated, “I am excited to show what Trinity Hall really is.” As a senior, Claire’s knowledgeable perspective is an important one to share with potential students. 
Open House is an exciting time for the Trinity Hall community, and the entire community is eager to welcome visitors back to campus. We ask that all visitors register for the Open Houses through our registration form.  If you are unable to attend the Open House on October 2, please join us for our second Open House on Wednesday, November 10th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Feel free to visit Trinity Hall at any time by taking a virtual tour of our campus, available here. We are excited to open our doors to potential students for two in-person Open Houses this fall. Please join us!
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