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Course of Study

 
Course Years of Study
Theology 4 Years
English 4 Years
World Language* 3 Years
Physics, Chemistry, Biology 3 Years
Mathematics 3 Years
World History 2 Years
United States History 1 Year
Engineering
4 Years
Arts:  Music, Dance, Art, Theater 2 Years
Integrated Wellness Project 2 Years
Electives 3 Years
 
* Same language in consecutive years, beginning with freshmen year.
 

 
Grade 9 Grade 10
  • English I:  Literature and Composition
  • Theology I: Introduction to Theology
  • World History I
  • Mathematics I
  • Physics I
  • World Languages: Spanish and French
  • Engineering I: Creative Design Process
  • Arts: Foundations of Drawing, Music I, Theater I
  • Integrated Wellness Project I 
  • English II: Modern Global Literature
  • Theology II: World Religions
  • AP World History
  • Mathematics II
  • Chemistry I
  • World Languages: Spanish and French
  • Engineering II: Creative Design Theory
  • Arts: Photography & Graphic Design, Music II, Theater II
  • Integrated Wellness Project II
   
 Grade 11  Grade 12
  • AP English Language & Composition/American Literature
  • Theology III: Mission of the Church
  • US History (AP option)
  • Mathematics III
  • Biology I; AP Physics; AP Chemistry
  • World Languages: Spanish and French (AP options)
  • Engineering III: Innovative Design Technology
  • Arts electives
  • AP English Literature & Composition; English IV: Themes in Literature
  • Theology IV: Contemporary Church
  • AP US Government/AP Comparative Government
  • Calculus (AP options)
  • AP Biology; AP Physics; AP Chemistry
  • World Languages: Spanish and French (AP options)
  • Engineering IV: Advanced Engineering
  • Online electives:  One Schoolhouse
  • Beyond the Hall  
 

GRADE 12 Online Electives

Seniors may enroll in one online elective class that is not offered at Trinity Hall via One Schoolhouse. One Schoolhouse provides an exceptional all-girls educational experience by connecting girls worldwide through relevant and engaging coursework in a dynamic online learning community. This program, which supplements the Trinity Hall World Language offerings, is a consortium effort of more than 100 of the best nationally and internationally known schools. One Schoolhouse is fully accredited with the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools through December 1, 2018, and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), the National Business Officers Association (NBOA), the National Coalition of Girls’ School (NCGS), the Independent Curriculum Group (ICG), the Mastery Transcript Consortium, and the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL). 

 

Integrated Wellness

The Integrated Wellness program at Trinity Hall provides students with a foundation for health and well-being through an online curriculum that focuses on mind, body and spirit. This program is a graduation requirement and typically is met in the ninth and tenth grades, with upper-class students being encouraged to continue their wellness goals and intentions after they finish the required course. Students complete assignments in this online course on a monthly schedule, giving them ample time to reflect on their learning and understanding of important health topics in accordance with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education. In addition, the Integrated Wellness program is supported by periodic discussions held during Advisory meetings as well as “drop-in” fitness sessions such as yoga, Pilates and aerobics offered during open periods. Overall, students learn that physical, mental and spiritual health are the components of lifelong wellness and can be integrated into their daily lives.

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.