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    the right size to give each child a voice

  • Trinity School cultivates

    curious minds and discerning hearts

  • Think. Believe. Act.

    comes from deep learning

  • Trinity School embraces

    the dignity of every family

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    the traditions of the Episcopal Church and honors all faiths

Welcome to Trinity School

The legacy of a Trinity education is a curious mind and a discerning heart.

Trinity School is Menlo Park’s Episcopal School. A co-educational independent day school, we encourage preschool and elementary children from all backgrounds to love learning. Trinity School fosters rigorous academics grounded in child-centered content. We honor the family’s role in educating children.

Ali Steele, Grade 4 Co-Teacher

Ali Steele, Grade 4 Co-Teacher

I have been working in youth development and education since 2003. I developed the Community Schools Initiative at Cunha Middle School in Half Moon Bay, served as a youth director for the Episcopal Diocese of California, and directed the summer educational program, Galileo Learning, for the past 3 summers. I subsequently worked as the San Francisco Bay Area Coordinator for Youth and Families at the Diocese of Northern California, and during my undergraduate schooling worked concurrently as a writing instructor. Prior to that, I was the lead instructor at SCORE! Educational Centers. These past experiences, among others, mark the diverse and eclectic path in education that led me to Trinity School!

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Exposing Child Labor

Third Grade Trinity School Students

Reveal the Harsh Realities of Child Labor

For their Spring service learning project, Grade 3 students at Trinity School created a walk-through exhibit sharing real-life stories of children forced into factories, fields, and mines to exploit child labor.

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Gyotaku "fish rubbing"

Kindergarteners at Trinity School learned firsthand the traditional method of Japanese fish printing, dating from the mid 1800's.


Hesitation and excitement grew as Mrs. Zeren, the Trinity School Librarian, helped the students don their rubber gloves to apply paint to the real fish and shrimp. A couple comments heard:

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Mar 31 2015

AERIE: Round Table discussion

Mar 31 2015
Apr 1 2015

Grade 3 field trip to Baylands

Apr 1 2015