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  • Fine Arts Students and Teachers Honored

    May 17, 2017 – The Fine Arts department came together Monday night to honor artists in film, theater, music and visual arts. Orchestra director Mrs. Hernacki was honored by the seniors for her direction over them during their high school career.

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  • Music Festival Fever

    May 16, 2017 – Trinity’s fine arts groups had great success again this year at the 2017 Forum Festival! Groups performed in two separate locations at Fullerton College while adjudicators listened, assessed and scored groups based on national benchmarks that are expected for the age range of the groups.

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  • Trinity Varsity Swim Team Makes Waves Sweeping Heritage League Championship Meet!

    “Veni. Natavi. Vici.” Translation: I came. I swam. I conquered. Amidst one of the most hazardous swimming conditions in years, the Varsity swim team was able to accomplish what no other previous swim team could…They went undefeated all season and swept the Heritage League championship meet! The Knights ended the meet in First place with 170 points, Vasquez was second with 88, Saint Monica placed third with 59, and SCCS finished fourth with 38.

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  • Mold, Mazes and Matter

    April 28, 2017 – Yesterday the eighth grade class took over the Celebration Center to display their projects for the annual Science Fair. Students used their passions, imaginations and creativity to research and develop their subject and conduct their experiments.

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  • Varsity Golf Wins League!

    April 27, 2017 – For the second year in a row, the young team has won the Heritage League championship and they were also undefeated in league play this year!

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  • Hope Heals

    April 27, 2017 – Jay and Katherine Wolf were the welcomed guest speakers at yesterday’s Upper School chapel event. They are the founders of Hope Heals, a ministry born out of their own story: one that encourages and inspires us all, and in particular those who are suffering debilitating physical afflictions.

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  • Sophomores Volunteer at Boys and Girls Club

    April 21, 2017 – Field trips in the Rhetoric School are often community service opportunities. The sophomore classes experienced working together to serve our community this week when they visited The Boys and Girls Club in both Santa Clarita locations.

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  • Knights Help Sharks

    April 20, 2017 – The Trinity Knights basketball teams once again had the privilege of scrimmaging the Santa Clarita Special Olympics basketball teams to help the Sharks get ready for their upcoming Special Olympics tournaments.

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  • Fourth Grade Mixes it up with Renaissance Characters

    April 5, 2017 – “In fourth grade, we study from the Middle Ages to the Reformation of the church,” said Harmony Stickles, fourth grade teacher. “We called them to step into a character or a role, and the students can feel the success and accomplishment of the whole process.”

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  • Famous Americans in First Grade

    April 5, 2017 – Trinity’s first grade class has been studying famous Americans throughout the school year. They read short stories about different characters and the students got to choose who they wanted to study. They got to take the book home and fill out a paper asking the person’s name, birth year, three interesting facts and date of their death.

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  • Trinity Jazz Performs at R.K. Downs/Fischer Festival

    Feb. 27, 2017 – The Trinity Jazz Band was invited to play for the first time at the R.K. Downs/Fischer Jazz Festival at Golden Valley High School.

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  • Trinity College Fair

    March 7, 2017 – Trinity students had an opportunity to meet with a number of colleges which visited campus.

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Academics

Fourth Grade Mixes it up with Renaissance Characters

April 5, 2017 – “In fourth grade, we study from the Middle Ages to the Reformation of the church,” said Harmony Stickles, fourth grade teacher. “We called them to step into a character or a role, and the students can feel the success and accomplishment of the whole process.”

Famous Americans in First Grade

April 5, 2017 – Trinity’s first grade class has been studying famous Americans throughout the school year. They read short stories about different characters and the students got to choose who they wanted to study. They got to take the book home and fill out a paper asking the person’s name, birth year, three interesting facts and date of their death.

Athletics

Trinity Varsity Swim Team Makes Waves Sweeping Heritage League Championship Meet!

“Veni. Natavi. Vici.” Translation: I came. I swam. I conquered. Amidst one of the most hazardous swimming conditions in years, the Varsity swim team was able to accomplish what no other previous swim team could…They went undefeated all season and swept the Heritage League championship meet! The Knights ended the meet in First place with 170 points, Vasquez was second with 88, Saint Monica placed third with 59, and SCCS finished fourth with 38.

Varsity Golf Wins League!

April 27, 2017 – For the second year in a row, the young team has won the Heritage League championship and they were also undefeated in league play this year!

Arts

Fine Arts Students and Teachers Honored

May 17, 2017 – The Fine Arts department came together Monday night to honor artists in film, theater, music and visual arts. Orchestra director Mrs. Hernacki was honored by the seniors for her direction over them during their high school career.

Music Festival Fever

May 16, 2017 – Trinity’s fine arts groups had great success again this year at the 2017 Forum Festival! Groups performed in two separate locations at Fullerton College while adjudicators listened, assessed and scored groups based on national benchmarks that are expected for the age range of the groups.

Events

Hope Heals

April 27, 2017 – Jay and Katherine Wolf were the welcomed guest speakers at yesterday’s Upper School chapel event. They are the founders of Hope Heals, a ministry born out of their own story: one that encourages and inspires us all, and in particular those who are suffering debilitating physical afflictions.

Sophomores Volunteer at Boys and Girls Club

April 21, 2017 – Field trips in the Rhetoric School are often community service opportunities. The sophomore classes experienced working together to serve our community this week when they visited The Boys and Girls Club in both Santa Clarita locations.

Local News

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.

VIDEO: KHTS Interview – Trinity Knights Athletics Dr. Dixon

November 15, 2016 – Trinity Classical Academy’s Director of Athletics Dr. Mathew Dixon talks to Tori from KHTS 1220-AM Santa Clarita Valley’s Hometown Station. They discuss how Trinity’s Athletic Program is guided by a commitment to excellence embodied in a set of Christ-like core values. The Core Values are Integrity, Camaraderie, and Victory.

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 […]