Join us for our fall Open Houses!

On October 1, Trinity Hall welcomes potential students and their families to campus for our first Open House of the 2022-2023 admissions season. Spend your Saturday morning with us exploring our beautiful campus, interacting with our students, teachers, staff and coaches, and learning about our academic, arts and athletic programs. The Open House is an opportunity for potential students to imagine themselves in the halls and see if Trinity Hall is the right place for their high school years. Students interested in joining Trinity Hall’s Class of 2027 are highly encouraged to attend. 
 
At the Open House, potential students and their families can expect to experience what Trinity Hall offers to girls in our area. The interactive event will start with a self-guided tour of our building and campus, where visitors will have the opportunity to stop into our classrooms, innovation spaces, science labs, art studio and common areas. In each room, visitors will hear from our passionate teachers and enthusiastic students about the different academic programs offered to students. Visitors can stop by the arts room, the sports room and student activities room to learn about the arts program, athletics program and extracurricular/co-curricular activities available for every student to participate in. The Open House will also include an information session led by Head of School Mary Kate Blaine.. 
 
The Trinity Hall community is eager to welcome potential students and their families to campus! We ask all visitors to register for one of the time slots (9 a.m. or 10 a.m.) through our registration form prior to the Open House. If you are unable to attend the Open House on October 1, please join us for our second Open House on Wednesday, November 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. We look forward to meeting you on campus this fall! 
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