Boston Trinity at a Glance

Boston Trinity Academy Facts

— Year Founded: 2002
— Grades: 6-12
— Number of students: 220
— Average class size: 14
— Student:teacher ratio: 7.3:1
— Faculty who are pursuing or hold advanced degrees: 62%
— Students accepted to 4 year colleges & universities: 98%
— Number of AP courses offered: 12
— Number of AP courses required to graduate: 3
— Student population: 34% white, 26% black, 19% Asian, 11% Hispanic, 10% multi-racial,
— Students who speak another language other than English at home: 32%
— Cities and towns represented: 30
— Male students: 51%
— Female students: 49%
— Full tuition in 2013-14: $15,900
— Students receiving Financial Aid in 2013-14: 64%
— Amount of Financial Aid distributed in 2011-12: $1,360,000


New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC)

Organization Memberships

National Association of Independent Schools, the Association of Independent Schools in New England, the Association of Christian Schools International, and the New England Association of Schools & Colleges

Faith Affiliation

Non-denominational Christian 

Partial Matriculation for Boston Trinity Academy Classes 2006-2013

Harvard University
Brandeis University
Columbia University
Occidental College
Stanford University
Dartmouth College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Duke University
Simmons College
Gordon College
Smith College
Goucher College
University of Massachusetts
Johns Hopkins University
University of Texas, Austin
McGill University
Vanderbilt University
Middlebury College
New York University
Wellesley College
University of Pennsylvania
Amherst College