Chloe Frandinata, a Lifetime Knight, who has journeyed through Trinity from Kindergarten to her senior year, exemplifies the caliber of students we produce. Her artistic journey is a testament to the profound impact of our Visual and Fine Arts program. Having chosen the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena for her Illustration studies, Chloe aspires to delve into Entertainment Design, carving her niche in animated shows, character designs, and backgrounds.
Trinity Classical Academy has consistently fostered exceptional students like Katelyn Waugh, who epitomizes the school's commitment to academic and personal growth. Katelyn's transformative journey from her freshman year to her acceptance at the esteemed California Institute of Technology (Caltech) underscores Trinity's dedication to preparing students for future success.
We are delighted to share an insightful podcast episode featuring Mrs. Sarah Robertson, a distinguished educator and Trinity's Grammar School Curriculum Coordinator. In this episode, Mrs. Robertson delves into Trinity's acclaimed reading curriculum, "The Logic of English," a foundation that propels our students towards literacy excellence.
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.
Trinity's enthusiastic third graders embarked on a unique and exciting project that introduced them to the world of Greek mythology in a captivating way. An annual favorite, the Greek History Museum transports its visitors to ancient Greece, where the gods were prevalent, varied, and powerful.
Those who assume that educational methods used for millennia can be dismissed within a generation forget that time is the best laboratory, especially regarding human behavior.
It has taken modern educators around 150 years to disassemble an educational system that took thousands of years to refine and establish.
Boethius, Cincinnatus, Dante, Patrick. Ajax, David, Elijah, Joshua, Odysseus, Pericles. Trinity's houses and teams have all the spirit: house spirit, team spirit, school spirit and the spirit of fun. This annual tradition is a time of unity, creativity, and friendly competition.
There was no danger in the professor’s words when she instructed a lecture hall of 300 undergraduates not to have children, for the sake of Mother Earth. The danger was in the laughless silence that followed. The danger was in the hundreds of heads nodding in unison.
Field trips can serve many different purposes in the life of a school. Some are for a spiritual retreat to focus on God’s Word and God’s world with a renewed spirit and focus away from routines. Some field trips give students a unique opportunity to do science in nature with hands-on experiences that the classroom does not allow. There are also trips that seek to bond the students to each other through games and activities. The Catalina Island field trip has become a rite of passage for Logic School students and they were able to enjoy all of the above and more at Campus by the Sea!
The Classical, Christian education that Trinity offers is different from most other kinds of education because it trains the whole person. If we want to raise young men and women into maturity, we can’t just teach them to be brains on sticks. Instead, our task is to help our youth grow physically, socially, and spiritually.