Trinity School

Co-ed private school in the Birmingham, Alabama

Region: South

Size: Less than 50 students

Locale: City

Grades: PK - 12

Religious orientation: Nonsectarian

The Trinity School is an Combined elementary and secondary school with less than 50 students in total. The school day is 3 hours long. The lowest grade in school is pk and the highest grade in school is 12th grade. The Trinity School is located at South US region in Birmingham, in the state of Alabama.

Graduation

Grade levelCombined elementary and secondary
Length of school day in hours

3 hours

BELOW AVERAGE

The Trinity School's school day duration is 3 hours, that is below the Alabama state's average for Combined elementary and secondary schools. The school day in Alabama state for Combined elementary and secondary schools is 6.9 hours.

Lowest - Highest gradePK - 12
Number of teachers stuff2
Religious orientationNonsectarian
Religious affiliationNonsectarian

Student body

Number of students9
Student body typeCo-ed
Total number of Kindergarten students0
Student-to-teacher ratio

5 : 1

The student-to-teacher ratio at Trinity School is 5:1, that means that for every 5 students the private school has one teacher. Lower student-to-teacher ratio is better - it means that teachers can dedicate more time and attention to each student.

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Location

Address :800 Montclair Rd
ZIP :35213

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