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  • Annual Favorite Math Market

    April 18, 2018 – Today the entrepreneurs of the future set up shop to sell their wares. Math Market is a 7th grade project but it’s a Trinity favorite because all the grammar school grades get to come and shop at the market. They bring their money and enjoy visiting every storefront to choose the treasures that are most important to them. They can also be heard talking about what they are going to make and sell when they are in seventh grade.

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  • Senior Thesis Presentations are Next Week

    Join us for Trinity’s 2018 Senior Thesis Presentations April 23rd-26th. The senior thesis is the culminating work of Trinity’s Humanities program. It requires students to use the rhetorical skills developed at all phases of their learning at Trinity to develop a thoughtful and persuasive argument on a chosen topic. Their thesis and topic must be things of depth and significance about which Christians can reasonably disagree.

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  • Easter Chapel

    March 29, 2018 – On the last day before Easter break, all students gathered in the courtyard to worship and honor God and to hear a message about love and service.

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  • Spirit Week is Wet, Wacky and Wonderful

    March 22, 2018 – The week started with “Combo Day” (ketchup and mustard, peanut butter and jelly, rock/paper/scissors and various other groupings), and “Safari Day” (animals or tourists). There was participation from all four Rhetoric School Houses as well as the Logic School teams and winners were chosen for creativity and awarded prizes. 

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  • Trinity Goes Medieval

    March 15, 2018 – Joan of Arc, King Henry VIII, Michelangelo, Leonardo DaVinci, Martin Luther and Queen Elizabeth were all in attendance at today’s Medieval Faire. They were joined by other famous medieval characters, as well as monks, archers, bakers, stained glass makers and other craftsmen.

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  • Trinity’s Tonight Show

    February 8, 2018 – The 8th annual Trinity Talent Night was the best yet. Themed as “The Tonight Show”, it featured over twenty acts, including performances by the four Rhetoric School Houses (competition for House points), dance, comedy, and multiple musical acts. Performers ranged from some of our youngest grammar school students all the way to our Head of School, Mrs. Caddow.

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  • Apologetics in Logic School

    February 28, 2018 – Today our Logic School students were treated to a preview of Dr. Phillips’ freshman biology class in the form of an entertaining lecture on Micro and Macro Evolution and where the evolution theories converge with or conflict with the Holy Scriptures.

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  • Trinity Grads and Military Academies

    February 28, 2018 – In the past four years, three Trinity graduates have been appointed to the United States Military Academies. Recently the Signal published a feature article about Trinity’s Spencer Klehn, Ian Caddow and Caden Kulp. 

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  • Designer of the Universe

    February 27, 2018 – Today Rhetoric School students were treated to a message from Dr. Jeff Zweerink, a research scholar at Reasons to Believe. Trinity wants students to graduate knowing what they believe and why they believe it and to be able to articulate it and defend it. Our seniors even take a class in Apologetics before they graduate.

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  • Congressman Knight Visits Government Class

    February 21, 2017 – On Tuesday, Liz Caddow’s government class had the awesome opportunity to hear from Congressman Steve Knight. Knight represents the 25th Congressional District in the State of California, which includes the Antelope, Santa Clarita and Simi Valleys.

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  • The Civil War Comes to Trinity

    February 14, 2018 – Last Friday, Trinity brought the Civil War to life with their annual “living history museum” and the addition of Civil War re-enactors.

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  • Trinity Students Volunteer for Special Olympics

    February 8, 2018 – Last week, several Trinity students showed up to the Santa Clarita Sports Complex to play floor hockey with the Special Olympics team. 

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Academics

Annual Favorite Math Market

April 18, 2018 – Today the entrepreneurs of the future set up shop to sell their wares. Math Market is a 7th grade project but it’s a Trinity favorite because all the grammar school grades get to come and shop at the market. They bring their money and enjoy visiting every storefront to choose the treasures that are most important to them. They can also be heard talking about what they are going to make and sell when they are in seventh grade.

student delivery of her thesis

Senior Thesis Presentations are Next Week

Join us for Trinity’s 2018 Senior Thesis Presentations April 23rd-26th. The senior thesis is the culminating work of Trinity’s Humanities program. It requires students to use the rhetorical skills developed at all phases of their learning at Trinity to develop a thoughtful and persuasive argument on a chosen topic. Their thesis and topic must be things of depth and significance about which Christians can reasonably disagree.

Athletics

Trinity Cross Country - Heritage League champs!

Trinity Cross Country are Heritage League Champions!

Oct. 26, 2017 – Both the Trinity Boys and Girls Cross Country teams won the Heritage League Championships at the league finals held on Wednesday at Griffith Park. Hunter Romine won the Heritage League boys championship with a time of 16:30 and Keili Butler won the girls championship with a time of 21:52.

Trinity Solomon Strader

Trinity Freshman Soloman Strader qualifies for State

June 1, 2017 – Trinity Freshman Solomon Strader has capped an outstanding track season with qualification to the state meet.

Arts

Music in the Morning

November 9, 2017 – This morning, there was music in the air when the Orchestra performed for a Open House of families, friends, and faculty. Mrs. Hernacki, Orchestra director, said it was her version of a parent-teacher conference, since she doesn’t get to have those. This was her opportunity to share what her students are learning and to talk about the pieces of music.

Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood…

May 23, 2017 – Friday night Trinity was visited by Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh and all the other friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Tigger bounced, Owl dispensed wise advice, Piglet fretted about everything, Rabbit fed Pooh till he was too fat to leave the burrow, and Eeyore was…well…Eeyore.

Events

Trinity’s Tonight Show

February 8, 2018 – The 8th annual Trinity Talent Night was the best yet. Themed as “The Tonight Show”, it featured over twenty acts, including performances by the four Rhetoric School Houses (competition for House points), dance, comedy, and multiple musical acts. Performers ranged from some of our youngest grammar school students all the way to our Head of School, Mrs. Caddow.

Veteran’s Day Corporate Time

November 10, 2017 – On this crisp, sunny morning, we had a wonderful turnout for our first Corporate Time of the year, which is our Veteran’s Day celebration. We acknowledged veterans and active service men and women related to our Trinity families. 

Local News

Trinity Grads and Military Academies

February 28, 2018 – In the past four years, three Trinity graduates have been appointed to the United States Military Academies. Recently the Signal published a feature article about Trinity’s Spencer Klehn, Ian Caddow and Caden Kulp. 

2016 - Elizabeth Froemming at KHTS

VIDEO: KHTS Interview – Trinity Admission’s Director Elizabeth Froemming

Sept. 23. 18, 2015 – This month’s KHTS – Trinity interview featured Theology and Science Chair Dr. Mark Phillips and seniors Cole Maimone and Ryan Totten discussing the distinctives of science at Trinity and the upcoming speaker night featuring Dr. Steven Meyer.

National News

A Great Trinity Moment Seen By the World

March 11, 2014 – When Tanner Alvarez of the Desert Chapel Eagles helped Beau Howell make his first shot of the season in the CIF-SS Div. 6 Championship Game, no one had any idea it would be a moment shared around the world.

Colleges are Checking Students Social Media Before Acceptance

Dec. 20, 2013 – Could what you post on Facebook or Twitter keep you out of the college of your choice? More and more college admissions officers are checking prospective students’ social media to find out more about them. Read the NY Times article … They Loved Your G.P.A. Then They Saw Your Tweets. John-Patrick […]



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