Trinity School for Children
About Trinity
 Human Resources

At Trinity School for Children, you will find an environment like no other. Ours is a culture that promotes a zest in our staff and students to become life-long learners. Our mission is achieved through the collaborative efforts of our faculty, students, parents, and the civic community. This mission humanres1strengthens the ability for our employees, as well as our students, to develop as moral and ethical leaders in our communities, locally and globally.

We Invest in You

Trinity School for Children wants to see you succeed in our environment. We sustain a culture of excellence in continuous learning by providing professional development opportunities for all employees to enhance their knowledge and skills. Not only does this directly impact personal growth for the employee but directly impacts our students’ ability to reach their maximum potential.

Open Lines of Communication

Trinity is committed to strengthening the engagement of our employees by creating a safe and positive work environment that encourages open communication and productive working relationships between the administration, faculty, and staff. Collectively, we unite to spread knowledge, provide support, and discover new ways to ensure your success and in turn, the success of our students.

We unite under one common mission; to prepare our students to succeed in a diverse and ever changing world through educational experiences responsive to each student's talents, interests, and challenges.
Equal Opportunity Employment Statement

It is the policy of Trinity School for Children to consider all applicants for employment on the basis of their qualifications, skills, and abilities for the humanres2job without regard to race, color, creed, ancestry, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, natural origin, citizenship, veteran status, or any other classification protected by law.

This policy of equal opportunity encompasses all aspects of the employment relationships, including applications and initial employment, promotion, selection for training opportunities, wage and salary administration, recruiting, hiring, reassignments, compensation, benefits, layoff and rehires, termination of employment, and employee benefit plan policies, and other terms and conditions of employment as provided by law.