Head of School Welcome

Welcome to Trinity Hall!
With great pride and excitement, I invite you to explore our website and learn more about Trinity Hall. Those of us who passionately work here 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.”
Trinity Hall provides outstanding programs in the humanities and the arts, while earning recognition as a STEM school with a four-year engineering program and as an athletic powerhouse, receiving the prestigious ShopRite Cup as the strongest high school in the nonpublic B division. Overachievers – yes we are! We strive to be our best selves at Trinity Hall.

The fortitude of our student body is encouraged and protected by our integrated wellness program and our student “circle of support,” where overachievement may be supported in an environment that is close-knit and caring, surrounded by faculty, students, and families that work together to build relationships to ensure individual and collective success. 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.

We are proud members of the National Coalition of Girls Schools (NCGS) and have been guided and inspired by the impressive research this organization provides about the advantages of the all-girls school environment. As stated by NCGS Executive Director Megan Murphy, “Girls’ schools are more relevant today than ever before as we prepare girls to become the influential contributors and leaders our world needs. There’s a robust global conversation around women playing a fuller role in society from boardrooms to government, from soccer fields to finance, from closing the gender pay gap to having a seat at the table. It is more important than ever to listen, foster, and amplify the voices of girls and young women—and to encourage them to assert their voices to stand up and be counted. Girls’ schools do exactly that.”

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.

Trinity Hall women stand up, speak up, and step up.

Mary R. Mahon Sciarrillo
Head of School

Her Powerful Portrait: Founding Head of School Mary Mahon Sciarrillo.  Asbury Park Press.

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students: Trinity Hall admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.