Several sources of transportation are available to TCHS students.

Stamford Residents: Buses are available through the Stamford Board of Education for those students who live within the boundaries of Stamford and who live two (2) miles or more from TCHS. There is no charge for this service. The bus schedule will be published in the Stamford Advocate during the month of August. Download the Stamford application for transportation here.  Stamford bus service schedule will be posted in the Stamford Advocate during the month of August.

Norwalk & New Canaan Residents: A bus is provided by the transportation service First Student. Designated stops are Brien McMahon High School, St. Thomas the Apostle Church and All Saints Catholic School. The charge for this service for the 2017-2018 school year is $1,000 round-trip or $500 for one way. The First Student bus will return students to the designated stop at the end of the school day.  Return time depends on weather and traffic.  The first day of bus service will be announced in August. In order for a seat to be reserved on this bus, please download the Norwalk reservation form, include your entire payment and return to the main office of Trinity Catholic no later than August 1, 2017.

Port Chester Residents: A bus is provided by the Port Chester Board of Education. There is no charge for this service. Please contact County Coach at 914.967.5959 to enroll your student. 

Westchester County Residents:  Please contact your local school transportation district as some districts supply transportation to Trinity Catholic.

MetroNorth Service: For ticket information and/or verification of train times, contact Metro-North at 1-800-638-7646 or visit MetroNorth. School commutation discounts are available.  Students can take the Stamford city bus from the Stamford Metro-North train station to the stop directly in front of Trinity Catholic.

Please note: Students who miss the TCHS bus are expected to take public transportation or a taxi to attend school. There is a city bus stop directly in front of TCHS.