As a classical, Christian, college preparatory school, of course one can expect a focus on faith and academic rigor. Students at Trinity work hard. They also play hard. They enjoy being on teams, in plays, musical groups, clubs and prayer groups. The upper school enjoys competition in teams and houses, showing their spirit in Powder Puff football and spirit weeks. They are a community and a family. All students are encouraged to be involved.
Campus is busy long after the school day ends. With 40 interscholastic sports and 11 after school enrichment groups, there is always something to do after school. Many sports events, music events, and plays take place on evenings and weekends and always draw a crowd of enthusiastic supporters.
There are also various clubs and discipleship groups that meet before school or during lunch. We have a vibrant house system and an intentional focus on spiritual life.
What is the House System?
The house system is a traditional feature of British schools. Though historically associated with boarding schools, where a student’s “house” was also his dormitory, it more broadly indicates a basic grouping of pupils. Designed to organize and enrich student life while allowing older students to assume leadership amongst their peers, house systems are gaining increased attention among universities, public and private schools (classical Christian schools in particular). More on the House system...