Wrestling has returned to Trinity, or more specifically, one very successful wrestler is representing his school. Many years ago, Trinity had a wrestling team, and then the sport went dormant. Freshman Hudson Sweitzer has resurrected the singlet for the Knights.
Last week, Trinity students were among the many volunteers for a beautiful local event - an unforgettable prom night experience - for people with special needs. “A Night to Shine” is sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and is a complimentary event for people with special needs hosted by local churches around the world. The event is open to anyone living with disabilities, ages 14 and older.
On Friday, Trinity's Choral Ensemble, under the direction of Mrs. Elissa Butler, attended the High School Choir Invitational at The Master's University. It was an opportunity to perform for others and learn how to improve their craft.
The pursuit of beauty is a wonderful part of what we do at Trinity! Students are inspired and challenged in their creative art skills at every grade level. The Trinity community has enjoyed numerous displays as a result.
On December 8, 2022, John Rocco Izzo, Trinity Classical Academy senior, was presented the Navy ROTC Scholarship by Captain Jourdan Looney, Executive Officer and Gunnery Sergeant John A. Rodriguez, Station Commander of Santa Clarita Marine Corps Recruiting Station Los Angeles, California. Mr. Izzo can use the scholarship totaling $180,000 if he decides to attend the Virginia Military Institute, where he has been accepted.
ACCS President David Goodwin’s book, “Battle for the American Mind”, reached #1 on the NY Times bestseller list. The book is the story of how American education has been devastated by a history of damaging progressive ideology and classical, Christian education is the solution to America’s broken education system.
Trinity faculty and administrators gathered in Frisco, Texas on June 22-24 with over 1300 attendees for the annual Association of Classical, Christian Schools conference, “Repairing the Ruins” to connect with colleagues, discuss issues and hear from some of the best speakers in classical, Christian Education.
Katelyn Waugh, Trinity sophomore, is one of the 1,100 students who applied for the nationally coveted program, sponsored by NASA’s Texas Space Grant Consortium.
We welcomed many new TK and Kindergarten students and their parents to our campus last Wednesday. The little ones enjoyed an afternoon of games, stories and crafts and the parents attended an inspirational meeting.
What an amazing week in Trinity Swim history! We sent the largest team in school history to compete with the best of the best in Southern California at the CIF Southern Sectional swim meet. Eight Ladies and five gentlemen earned their place with the best in Southern California High School Swimmers. This competition is separated into two events: prelims and finals. The following swimmers earned the right to compete at the CIF Southern Sectional prelims.