Trinity players are coming out on top in the Academy League's football teams. Senior Carson Campuzano was awarded All-Academy League Offensive Player of the Year. Several other Trinity athletes were honored as well. Read the whole story as reported by The Signal.
Rhetoric School and Transitions students from the Imago Dei School visited Guide Dogs of America in Sylmar last week. They are exploring potential partners for their Paid Work Experience Program through the Department of Rehabilitation. Students were given a grand tour of the state-of-the-art breeding and training facility that provides expertly matched guide dog partners to adults from the U.S. and Canada who are blind or visually impaired.
This week, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) was blessed to have Major League baseball player, Trevor Brown, join them. Brown is from Santa Clarita and graduated from Hart High School in 2009. He continued on to UCLA with a scholarship to play baseball. However, in his third year, Trevor was drafted to the minor leagues.
This week, the Trinity Knights beat their rival from the San Fernando Valley, Faith Baptist. The rivalry matchup pitted the two undefeated teams in the Heritage League and resulted in a strong 41-30 victory for the Knights.
This week, the long-awaited coffee company opened for business. They served coffee, tea, and cappuccino to caffeine-deprived faculty and staff anxious to try the coffee and support the on campus business.
On the first day back to school after the break, it makes sense to re-center and re-focus. So at Trinity, there was a chapel service which began with songs of praise, reciting the Apostles Creed, and liturgical calls and responses. Dr. Matt Dixon then did a beautiful job of getting students and teachers focused on what's important, on knowing one's intended purpose.
Teia Salvino, a student at Libertas Prep, swims at the Paseo Aquatics Club. She got some attention at the 2018 Novaquatics Speedo Grand Challenge at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center Pool in Irvine.
Trinity's Made with Love club visited Oakmont this week and brought the Christmas spirit with them. The club has been knitting scarves and beanies since they started meeting in September. They've already distributed their creations to some military recipients. This week, they visited Oakmont residents and enjoyed a Christmas tea and some caroling. The girls introduced themselves to residents and told them their favorite subject in school and favorite hobby, and in response, some of the residents shared their favorite hobbies and subjects in school. The girls passed out cookies and the gifts that they had made with love. They made scarves for all nineteen ladies and beanies for all nine men.
For the first time this year, Latin Legion was offered as a co-curricular class after school. Many people probably assumed this would involve some Latin tutoring or extra help. But Mrs. Donna Seidman is much more fun than that! She treats it much like the Scouts program, where badges are earned for each activity. They built Roman roads, had Gladiator games, and feast and fashion show.
Trinity's Business Club began this school year with a course titled Foundations in Personal Finance: High School Edition. This is a comprehensive curriculum featuring video lessons taught by Dave Ramsey and his team of experts. This curriculum taught in over 40% of high schools across the country. The course is presented by Andrew Pulford, the Club Advisor and Trinity’s Assistant Controller. The curriculum includes engaging video, classroom activities, student resources and a take-home text book for future reference.