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Logic School (grades 7-8)

Our Logic School tackles the second of the basic tools of learning:

  • Logic: The ordered and logical relationship of particulars in each subject.

Logic School is our middle school or junior high school. It is supervised by the Dean of Logic School and the entire program is overseen by the Principal of the Upper School. Trinity offers a rigorous curriculum designed to meet the needs and interests of a wide range of abilities, career goals and interests.

Rhetoric School (grades 9-12)

Our Rhetoric School tackles the third of the basic tools of learning:

  • Rhetoric: How the grammar and logic of each subject may be clearly communicated.

Rhetoric School is our high school. The various departments are supervised by Department Chairs and the entire program is overseen by the Principal of the Upper School. Trinity offers a rigorous curriculum designed to meet the needs and interests of a wide range of abilities, career goals and interests.

The three basic tools of learning (Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric) were called the Trivium. The Trivium is the heart of classical education. These tools of learning, not mere “subjects”, were forged and mastered. Subjects were the material upon which one practiced and developed these tools of learning.

Liberal Arts
Trinity’s entire curriculum is built around the language component of the classical liberal arts (the trivium): grammar, logic, and rhetoric. These disciplines have formed the platform for learning in every other discipline for more than 2,000 years. We believe that mastery of the English language in the manner prescribed by the liberal arts is crucial to successful learning and to the preparation of society’s future leaders.

In the Rhetoric School, students build on their knowledge of English and Latin grammar, basic academic writing skills, and basic logic. In addition to these integrated elements of the curriculum, students’ progress through a sequence of rhetorical studies is designed to equip them with practical skills of argumentation, persuasion, and civil public discourse.

STEM
Trinity has a vibrant STEM program, with multiple Honors and AP courses and nearly half of our graduates going to college to study subjects in the STEM disciplines. 

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