What’s in Store for the Future of Trinity Hall? | Monarch Media

Big things are coming for the Trinity Hall community. Recently, Mrs. Theresa Kiernan transitioned from interim head of school to head of school. Additionally, the Board of Trustees has confirmed that Trinity Hall has gained more property. 
Mrs. Kiernan was officially appointed as head of school on January 25, 2024. The community gathered together to celebrate this exciting event in the Commons. This celebration included students and faculty popping confetti cannons, enjoying cake and joining together in applause.
Mrs. Kiernan is greatly honored to guide Trinity Hall in the future. She said, “Trinity Hall means everything to me. I truly believe this is a transformative school with the power to change lives for the better. I am filled with pride to have the privilege to lead this school and I look forward to the opportunity to offer our innovative programming to as many girls as possible.”
As previously mentioned, the Board of Trustees has confirmed plans for expansion of Trinity Hall. These goals include extending the Commons to allow for more room at lunchtime and Community Meetings. More rooms will be built including spaces for the arts and the college counseling department. 
Students at Trinity Hall are buzzing with excitement as a result of the confirmed expansion. Senior Nan Sperber said, “Even though I am a senior, I am so excited about the expansions that are happening. I can’t wait to come back to Trinity Hall after I have graduated and see the community continue to flourish!” Junior Amanda Donnelly said, “As our community grows, it is so exciting to see new expansions and opportunities for current and future students.” 
With Mrs. Kiernan’s new leadership position of head of school, Trinity Hall will be accomplishing bigger and better things that the students, staff, and community members are looking forward to seeing with the exciting years to come. 

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