Message from the Principal

Dear Parents/Guardians

Thank you for choosing Trent InternationalE School.

Our school is permitted to providing students with solid foundation within a nurturing environment.

A school is a “world in miniature” where one receives “training for life”, where effective, meaningful and joyful learning takes place in a safe environment where students learn life lesson: accept challenges, face competitions, embrace defeats, and failure, and rejoice over victories and triumphs.

At Trent we are committed to emphasizing values and culture for children to connect with their identities, but we also recognize the need for global perspectives. It is our aim to not only pursue academic excellence, but also to motivate our students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and productive members of an ever-changing global society. We try to provide our students with an atmosphere for multifaceted development, where children are encouraged to channel their potential in the pursuit of excellence.

Our approach to learning is child-centric, encouraging activity-based learning developing a scientific tenacity and a spirit of free enquiry. In our curriculum, the student is the primary focus, and each is involved in his/her own learning process. We motivate our teachers to provide an atmosphere for discovery, encouraging students to be creative and curious, instead of focusing solely on the academics.

We prepare our students to face the challenges of tomorrow, and encourage them to be socially relevant. We encourage each child to develop a special field of interest so as to best showcase that their particular type of talent while growing his/her to full potential.

Our school aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a personalized world though curriculum is individualized intercultural understanding and experiences.

Our students based on their current knowledge across all academic areas, individual goals, and interests.

At Trent we believe that actions and service in our local and world communities will foster leadership qualities in our students.

Education is not only about success in life and making money or hold positions. It is also about how to stand up each time you fall, and about having courage and strength to walk the path of truth, humility, and hard work.

Huda Ahmed