Set in a serene, 17-acre eco-friendly campus atop a hill on the outskirts of Trivandrum, TRINS is the first school in the state to offer the IGCSE & A Level qualification of Cambridge International Examinations along with PYP, IBDP & ICSE
From our Early Learning Centre to Senior Secondary school, our curriculum keeps your child in focus. We provide a secure and nurturing environment to each child in the school and craft them into successful individuals of tomorrow.
We follow a structured and transparent admission process. We give you a step by step guide on how to start your child’s future with us.
A scenic, comfortable and relaxed ambiance is the hallmark of our boarding. Add to it ample chances for bonhomie between students, teachers and wardens who are understanding, caring and affectionate, our boarding is equipped to be your child’s second home.
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TRINS believes in teaching students to be concerned not only about himself but also for the welfare of society as a whole. The school has a full fledged social service programme which inculcates this community spirit in the students
Year 11 students visit local government schools every week to teach the primary students English and IT skills. The children are able to converse in basic English by the end of the year and our students develop a true bond with the underprivileged helping them to lead their lives as selfless individuals.
Students across the school, donate rice, oats, milk powder and other essentials to the needy terminally ill cancer patients at the palliative care centre at Chavara. They personally visit the centre to talk to and spend time with the patients so that they understand and empathise with the people and feel a bond with them thereby encouraging them to continue to help those in need.
An annual fundraising event produced and directed by students to support the Regional Cancer Centre. This event showcases the energy and talent of our young actors, coupled with the brilliant scripting and directing skills of students. This year’s proceedings were handed over to Dr. Prasanth, C.V., RMO at Regional Cancer Centre and Mrs. Vimala Menon, Secretary, Cheshire Home, Trivandrum.
The Primary Years Programme students showcased its first Broadway, an adaptation from C S Lewis’ Narnia: The Lion, the witch, and the wardrobe. The proceeds from the event were donated by construct toilets in a remote tribal location – Attapadi, buy wheelchairs in ward number 9 of the General Hospital, support destitute girls at the Abhaya Women’s Wing and support higher education of a deserving child at the Government School.
Annual food fair was held in October where students and staff contributed to the cause by bringing different food items to be sold
PYP students visited Cheshire home on a regular basis as part of their social outreach programme and donated oats, rice, soap and horlicks and spent some quality time with the inmates singing songs, sharing stories and dancing for them.
Students of Grade 1 initiated a plastic collection drive. The collected plastic items were given to Sai Gramam for recycling.
Students of Grade 9 IG visited Chavara Palliative care unit to donate rice and interact with the patients.
Students of grade 12 DP visited Chavara Palliative Care Unit as part of their CAS and community service. They donated 138 kg of rice, 4 Kg oats, and 1 packet Horlicks and also interacted with Dr. Manjusha from RCC Trivandrum.
The DP students helped Mr. Radhakrishnan Pillai aka Swami Appoppan serve Onam sadya and give out onam kits to 200 underprivileged persons on 15th August.
11DP organized a Bake sale in the school premises and the proceedings of the sale were given to improve the amenities of Gandhi Bhavan shelter.