Boston Trinity Academy

Boston Trinity Academy
    • School Size: 215 students in Grades 6 to 12
    • Faculty: 31
    • Faculty with Advanced Degrees: 62%
    • Graduate placement in four-year college: 96%
    • Average Class Size: 14
    • 1:7 Teacher to student ratio
    • AP Courses Offered: 9
    • Total Sports Offered: 20
    • Percent on Financial Aid: 61%
    • 2012 AP exams: 77% scored a 3 or higher
    • SAT Middle 50% Range:
      • Math: 550-680
        Verbal/Critical Reading: 560-630
        Writing: 575-675
      • Average SAT 1114
    • SLEP minimum: 55
    • ESL classes offered
    • Fall or Spring admission
    • Homestays available

PLATINUM ($31,000 and above)

Boston Trinity Academy students develop academic ability, strong character, an educated faith and a concern for social justice. Every student who attends our school is known, loved, respected and challenged. With this in mind, the ultimate goal at Boston Trinity is for graduates to leave prepared for college and life beyond. In their years here students hone their skills as critical thinkers, develop compassion toward neighbors – both local and international – and learn to embrace joy and challenge. Boston is a world class city for education, and Boston Trinity is proud to offer an exceptional education to students from around the globe with rigorous academics, small class sizes, and a successful college placement program.

Our student body includes students from Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America. Each new student is paired with a current student and faculty advisor to assist with their transition to the school. We offer ESL courses and individual tutoring support, but integrate international students into our regular programs so they receive all the benefits of a Boston Trinity education. Internationals students graduating from Boston Trinity have been accepted at such prestigious colleges as MIT, Stanford University, Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Virginia, Boston College, Boston University, and Wellesley College.

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