Trinity has responded to the COVID-19 crisis with an enthusiastic, thoughtful, creative approach to learning. Our campus may be closed for now, but our mission to produce young men and women of virtue, wisdom, purpose and courage remains alive and vibrant throughout this period. Our method of educating children in the Christian faith and classical tradition is shifting from face-to-face to virtual, and we see both challenges and opportunities with this shift. However, it does not alter in any way our commitment to the health, well-being, and growth of every student in our community.
Activities, Theme Weeks and Field Trips. Don't miss the fun! Jun 15 - Aug 7, 7am - 5:30pm
Come learn about this amazing educational opportunity!
The Ball is for Trinity 10th-12th grade students.
Want your high school student to learn about entrepreneurship and business? This amazing opportunity is available to incoming 9th-12th graders!
How can you tell if an education works? Look at the graduates. In this episode, we look at a report from the University of Notre Dame called “The Classical Difference,” a survey of thousands of graduates from various types of schools. How does classical Christian education stack up?
Read this study (a survey done by ACCS in cooperation with University of Notre Dame and Cardus). Be encouraged! Classical education makes a difference!
Trinity uses the English Standard Version (ESV) in the classroom and when selecting Scripture to share
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 6 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