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Excel Programs

Search & Teach

“Search” is a screening test that is given to all Trinity students who are between 5 and 6 years old. The purpose of this test is to identify students who may be susceptible to learning difficulties, particularly in reading.

On the other hand, “Teach” is a program that prioritizes pre-reading tasks from simple to complex based on the results of the Search test. The goal of Teach is to stimulate and develop deficit areas in the students who need it so that they can improve their reading skills.

Cognitive Educational Therapy

National Institute for Learning Development (NILD) Cognitive Educational Therapy® is a language-based educational therapy targeting areas of weakness in processing (including auditory and visual), memory, attention, oral and written language, reading, spelling, and math. The focus of NILD Educational Therapy® is the development of clear, efficient thinking. Students are given tools to enable them to overcome specific learning weaknesses. Tutoring typically focuses on content while educational therapy builds efficient learning processes through exercising and strengthening the brain and the underlying causes of learning difficulties. In Cognitive Educational Therapy, students become competent, confident learners. They gain mastery over their cognitive vulnerabilities and hone their strengths for success in the classroom and in life. Learn more information about the National Institute for Learning Development here.

Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE)

Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) is a unique educational technique which identifies an individual’s learning aptitude, cognitive strengths, and the specific processes necessary to unlock and maximize students’ potential and is an effective tool for students with ADHD. Learn more about the Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment here.

Executive Skills Training

Executive skills are the fundamental brain-based skills required to execute tasks: getting organized, planning, initiating work, staying on task, controlling impulses, regulating emotions, and being adaptable and resilient which will help kids reach their potential. 

Executive Function Processes:

  • Planning/Remembering
  • Organizing
  • Prioritizing
  • Shifting
  • Checking

Why teach executive function strategies?

  • It helps students understand their learning profiles
  • It increases self-confidence and encourages independence
  • It promotes motivation, focused effort, and hard work
  • It teaches students how to learn
  • It empowers students to take control over their learning

Here’s how to become part of the Trinity family:

1. Schedule a Tour

Meet with our admissions team, tour our facilities, and get a glimpse of our academic, social, and spiritual programs in action.

2. Complete the Application

Submit the necessary materials to begin the enrollment process.

3. Experience the Trinity Community

Join the Trinity family and feel confident that you found the right school for your child.