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Trinity Faculty, Admin Attends the Association of Classical Christian Schools Conference

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.

The highlight of this year’s conference was the announcement that 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.

Mrs Caddow presenting

Liz Caddow, Trinity Head of School, was also presented as the newest board member to the ACCS where she will help guide the objectives of the Association for the next 4 years.

The conference also featured workshops by key Trinity faculty. Mrs. Caddow presented a talk titled “Adversity is a Gift; Peacemaking is Indispensable”, which outlined the why and how of intentional peacemaking and how it is imperative for schools to ensure a healthy community.

Dr. Dixon presenting

Dr. Matt Dixon, Trinity Grammar School Principal, presented two sessions. The first was “Organizational Culture and Mission Alignment: Keeping Faculty and Staff on Mission”. Dr. Dixon discussed the importance of school administrators, faculty and staff knowing the mission, culture, beliefs, and practices of their organizations. His second talk, titled “Implementing a Theological Catechism at your Classical, Christian School”, addressed ways to impart basic biblical truths to a school community through a school-wide catechism.

Dr. Phillips presenting

Dr. Mark Phillips, Chair of Theology and Science in Trinity's Upper School, presented a discussion titled, “How Science Points to God and the Bible” which reviewed how recent scientific discoveries reveal that cosmological predictions within numerous texts of the Bible are known to be true, and how to prepare the next generation of students in science apologetics.