Head of School Welcome
Trinity Classical Academy was founded in 2001. We had a dream to provide a rigorous college preparatory education, steeped in the classical tradition and taught through a distinctly Christian worldview. We wanted to produce young men and women who embody virtue, wisdom, purpose, and courage.
And with God’s blessing, it worked. The dream has become reality as evidenced by our hundreds of graduates who personify those virtues that we strive to imbue in all our students.
At Trinity, we aren’t just learning facts and figures and dates. We are learning how to think. And this is more important than ever, because the world we live in is changing so quickly. There is information coming at us from every direction, and we need to meet this flood of content and ideas with wisdom and discernment. Learning how to think is essential for us to become the kind of leaders, innovators, and visionaries this world needs – in our homes and families, in classrooms, in boardrooms, and wherever God is calling us.
We take the time to get to know each of our students and we are invested in their lives. We put people first and work hard to personalize each child’s educational journey and work with them to ensure they are successful.
A Christ-centered classical education brings a tried, tested, and true approach to learning. We offer the antidote to the issues you see in the public school system today and will partner with you to help raise kids of confidence and character who are well-equipped to live a life that honors the Lord.
We believe that this type of excellence is available to every family who is sincere about their faith, committed to academics, the arts and athletics, and devoted to our community.
We believe that a Trinity education is an Education for Life. Thank you for considering Trinity. We look forward to meeting you.
|Liz Caddow||Wally Caddow|
|Founder, Head of School||Founder, Managing Director|
The mission of Trinity Classical Academy is to offer a challenging education grounded in the Christian faith and the classical tradition to produce young men and women of virtue, wisdom, purpose, and courage.