About This School
In 2010, Blessed Trinity Catholic School had 16 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Blessed Trinity Catholic School Reviews
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My daughter attended Blessed Trinity Kindergarten through 8th Grade. She was well prepared for high school and is also proving to be successful in college. I attribute her successes to the high standards held by all her teachers, administrators and staff both academically and behaviorally. I would highly recommend this school to anyone wishing their child to experience a challenging curriculum while teaching go to the whole child.
I would have given the school no stars if I was able to. I have witnessed teachers and faculty be disrespectful to students and parents. My pre-k student was told he was bad for scribbling and no one helped him clean up after a bathroom accident. The only evidence of learning that ever came home was worksheets. Please do not send your child to this school. They have no concern for a child's academic, social or emotional growth.
teachers are very helpful, this is the best school for me, consider this school it will do a lot for your children
Blessed Trinity is run on a select parent cliche.The school administration allows favoritism and disrepectful behavoir from it's faculity toward students. (Edited for content by Education.com staff.)
This school leaves a lot to be desired, especially in the manner of admissions. If you contribute weekly an "accepted" amount of funding besides tuition and are an "A" contributor, you can get your child in, no matter her/his academic strength. If you are a contributor but not regularly, or a poorer contributor due to your employment situation, it is very difficult to get your child in.