Trinity Hall students are back to school this fall


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Trinity Hall, an independent, all-girls college preparatory school located in Tinton Falls, is prepared to welcome students back to campus this fall.

Eight years ago, the school opened with 30 ninth-grade students, and will welcome more than 300 students in grades 9-12 for the 2020-21 school year.

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With a state-of-the-art 40,000-square-foot building, small class sizes and significant investment in student security and technology, Trinity Hall is ready to meet the unique demands of Fall 2020.

Student-athletes have begun practicing with their teams on campus and eagerly await the beginning of competition. The Monarchs look to continue their strong performance after winning the NJSIAA ShopRite Cup for the second consecutive year.

The arts team will welcome the school’s newest students with a Theatre Arts Bootcamp in August. Students are required to take arts classes as part of the school curriculum, and this workshop prepares incoming ninth graders for the challenges of improvisation and music appreciation.

Interested students and their families are encouraged to attend an open house event this fall.

“While our open houses will be virtual this year, we are confident our attendees will get a thorough understanding of what it means to be a Trinity Hall student,” said Theresa Kiernan, director of advancement and admissions. “This fall we are redefining ‘more’ – and we can’t wait to share it with our visitors.”

Open houses are scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 3 and Wednesday, Nov. 4.

Trinity Hall, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3), is an independent all-girls college preparatory high school, educating and empowering young women in the Catholic tradition. Trinity Hall’s core values of leadership, respect, perseverance and faith are foundational to their mission and work as educators. For more information, visit

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