Trinity Classical Academy cordially invites the Santa Clarita community to visit and enjoy our special events. Trinity brings some of the best speakers and and musical acts to town for special evenings to share with our friends and neighbors.
Trinity invites some of the best speakers around to speak at our school. We enjoy speakers who have a unique point of view on education, culture, religion or other areas of interest. Just like in our classrooms, we enjoy stimulating discussion and thought discourse and we have been blessed to have such great thinkers and speakers on our campus.
Past speakers include:
Hugh Hewitt Radio talk show host, syndicated columnist, author
John Mark Reynolds Provost, Houston Baptist University, founder of the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University, philosopher, author
Dennis Prager Radio talk show host, syndicated columnist, author
Marvin Olasky Editor-in-chief of the World News Group, holder of the Distinguished Chair in Journalism and Public Policy at Patrick Henry College, and Dean of World Journalism Institute. He is the author of 18 books
Frank Pastore Radio talk show host, former major league pitcher, author
Joel Belz Founded WORLD Magazine in 1986 and served as editor and publisher.
Kirk Cameron Actor, evangelist, Producer
Grandparents & Family Day
The whole community is invited to family day where Trinity grandpas and grandmas, aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters and family friends gather to tour our classrooms and spend a whole day on the Trinity campus. The highlight of the day includes special musical performances by Trinity groups and a special Corporate Time where each Trinity class highlights something they have been learning in class.
Community leaders, business leaders and Friends of Trinity gather to hear from some of our students, hear about Trinity’s mission and have an opportunity to support Trinity financially. Some choose to become members of the Trinity Giving Society.
Our end of year celebration with musical performances, a silent and live auction, a wonderful meal and even a little dancing.