Dear Parents and Friends,
A new school year is upon us!
We wish all of your children a safe, fun and informative year ahead.
As you might imagine, starting a new high school is not a simple task. However, the tremendous support from so many members of our emerging community has enabled us to communicate the following updates to you regarding the steps that have been taken – and will continue to occur – to open the doors of Trinity Hall.
The option of an all-girls high school education in Monmouth County is a reality and we look forward to executing the remaining steps required before opening day.
Trinity Hall Leadership
Over the last several months, the Board of Trustees has conducted a nationwide search for dynamic and inspiring leader to serve as Trinity Hall’s Founding Head of School. The Head of School will serve as the galvanizing leadership figure within the school and greater community, providing both internal and external executive leadership for Trinity Hall.
We are pleased to report that we continue to attract many talented individuals in our candidate pool including experienced school heads who have expressed interest in this position. Confidentiality has been requested by several candidates, which we respect. As we move to a conclusion, we look forward to sharing good news with you.
We would like to thank the many qualified candidates who applied and spent time speaking with us about this unique and exciting opportunity. We were overwhelmed by the amount of interest and support from so many fine educators and leaders.
As many of you know, we have been working hard to secure a permanent home for Trinity Hall. We are working through several options in Lincroft, Middletown, Holmdel, Tinton Falls and beyond. While many of these options would be suitable for Trinity Hall, our search remains open.
However, as we have learned from several advisors who have lived through the process of starting a new school, the vision for Trinity Hall as a powerful, unique and long overdue opportunity for girls in Monmouth County is more important than its ultimate physical plant and exact location. A truly great school is an experience that is created by its leadership and faculty, and embraced by its students, families and greater community. That said, we recognize the importance of a safe, well-located campus with room to grow which is why we are putting so much effort into the campus acquisition. Our expectation is to share more detailed information on the location of Trinity Hall by mid-to-late October, once negotiations on a particular property are more concrete.
To date, a significant number of families have expressed interest in 2013 enrollment at Trinity Hall in various ways. At this time, we are asking parents of 8th grade students to document interest in her 2013 enrollment at Trinity Hall by completing the ‘Declaration of Interest‘ online form. This is a non-binding pre-application process and the forms will be accepted throughout the winter months. Those families who have already completed a declaration of interest form should expect to hear from a Trinity Hall representative no later than mid-October with more information. The Founding Head of School and school leadership team will design and implement the student admission and enrollment process to begin late-Fall.
Over the last several months, our team has grown in both numbers and expertise. We greatly value all of the time, energy, knowledge and pride that our volunteers and advisors are sharing to help make Trinity Hall a thriving reality. We are pleased to acknowledge the following trusted advisors who have been invaluable in the process of making Trinity Hall a reality: