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Trinity Episcopal School

Preschool | Episcopal |

PHONE: (781) 344-8030

414 Sumner Street

Stoughton, MA 02072

Norfolk County | Map

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Trinity Episcopal School is a preschool located in Stoughton, Massachusetts.

This preschool's average Community Rating, based on 3 reviews, is 3 out of 5 stars.

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Associations: NAES; Coed; Episcopal; Religious
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Posted on Oct 26, 2014
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We have had a great experience so far at Trinity. The teachers there genuinely care for the emotional and academic development of the students. I specifically want to commend the special transitional kindergarten program they have. The maximum number of students is only 10. My daughter LOVES going to school and is sad to stay home when she's sick. The school is a very small operation, and you can't expect anything fancy from their facilities. The teachers and admin try their best with what they are given. It's great value for the quality teaching they offer.
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Posted on Jul 8, 2014
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Trinity is and has been a great experience for both of my sons. The teachers are hardworking, creative, and easy going. The location is somewhat small, but the class sizes are small so it works good. I would recommend this to any parent looking for a good pre-school for their children.
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Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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This is the worst run pre-school. The administration is horrible and they went through *3* teachers in the m/w/f class the one year I had a child attend. A friend of mine was told that her child in that particular class was behind where they needed to be to enter kindergarten! My child attended a different class and while that class was run well and my child did learn what she was supposed to, there was an incident at the end of the year that let me know that the teacher of that class and the administrator did not really care for their students. As a parent I have never felt like my child was less cared for than the day her teacher (in front of her) shrugged her shoulders and said, "oh well" when I informed her that the last minute decision to change the graduation/date of the play was the one day I had set up my child's kindergarten screening and that my child would not be able to attend now. This was a scheduling conflict the teacher had mentioned back in September. The administrator backed the teacher basically saying her teachers mattered more. My child and I were very hurt by this lack of caring. They did not consult the parents, they just changed it. Stay away.
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