At Trinity, there are many opportunities to serve others and to cultivate a heart for service. One alumnus has brought his desire to serve others back to our campus. Nathan Thomas (right), class of 2022, is president of the Philosophy Club at Pepperdine University, and they are directing their community service efforts to the needs at the Lighthouse, a beacon of hope and a respite for those in the throes of adversity.
Learning fundamental rules and core knowledge of each subject
Learning the ordered and logical relationships in each subject
Communicating the grammar and logic of each subject
Serves students with learning and developmental disabilities
Classes on campus, participation in sports
& co-curricular activities
Two performances this Thursday evening
A traditional Christmas celebration with all the trimmings!
Find out how we can use science to defend the Christian faith.
A Great Dei Coffee Hours:
Mon, Wed, Th, Fri - 8:00-11:00am
See our campus, community, and culture in action.
Come discover the amazing educational opportunity that Trinity offers.
Mission: To offer a challenging education grounded in the Christian faith and classical tradition to produce young men and women of virtue, wisdom, purpose and courage.
Developing a Christian worldview in 560 students in grades TK-12
Families receiving tuition assistance
Classical Christian Education,
a time-tested method
Student to teacher ratio for grades TK-12
Average college credits Trinity students graduate with
99% of graduates have received Academic Merit Scholarship Awards
Graduates in the first 10 Trinity graduating classes
Graduates accepted to 4-year colleges
Athletics includes 51 teams in 11 sports, 2 CIF titles and 16 league titles
Seniors receiving an art or music scholarship
Supplemental Services and the Imago Dei School support students with learning disabilities