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  • Libertas Preparatory School
  • Independent Study

Summer Sessions

Classes are available to students outside of Trinity.

Dress Code:
Boys: Shorts or Jeans (no rips), appropriate T-shirts or polos, tennis shoes. No tank tops, sandals/flip flops.
Girls: Shorts (5" inseam) or jeans (no rips), fully-covering shirts, tennis shoes. No tank tops, sandals/flip flops, halter tops, crop tops, spaghetti straps.

the dance experience

Students will learn the basics of ballet and jazz as well as learn choreography to perform two dances in these styles! No dance experience necessary. Be ready to engage in enriching movement, learn great technique, acquire new artistic skills, and have fun! 

Materials needed: comfortable, tight fitting clothes that allow nonrestrictive movement. Ballet shoes or jazz shoes are not required, but encouraged! 

Mrs. Lauren Kahovec

1st-6th grades

3 weeks
July 9-11, 16-18, 23-25
(Minimum 5 Students , no Maximum)



Through this class, students will develop a deeper mastery of rhythm, sight reading, coordination, presentation, and various techniques that will allow them to put skills to use with others on a very unique instrument.

Mrs. Dinsmoor
9th-12th grades 

1 week
July 15-19
9:00am - noon
(Minimum 5, Maximum 15 students)


the inklings on christian imagination  

CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien, and their friends transformed the world with books like Screwtape Letters, Lord of the Rings, Narnia, and many others. Explore the mind and heart as we enjoy Chesterton, George MacDonald, Charles Williams, and some Grimm fairy tales in order to learn how they "baptised the imagination," taking captive every thought (and image!) to make it obedient to Christ.

Dr. Buhler
10th-12th grade

1 week
July 15-19
9:00am - noon
(Minimum 6, Maximum 15 students)



Latin fun in the summertime

Join the adventure to ancient Rome! Be a gladiator, military soldier, senator, chariot racer, or famous Roman actor for a day!  In this class, the Latin language is interwoven into hands-on games and crafts activities. Latin vocab and grammar will be reviewed in the context of chants, reading, and simple story composition. This class is ideal for current and incoming students to Latin. Includes year-long subscription to Latin app.

Magistra Seidman

4th-8th grades

2 sessions available:
1 week
June 17 - June 21
9:00am - noon

1 week
August 5 - 9
9:00am - noon

(Each session requires a Minimum of 6 and a Maximum of 16 students)

 literature and math

Traditional Literature and Math Summer School
Students will explore the wonders of Narnia as they delve into C.S. Lewis' Silver Chair and also have opportunities to enhance their fluency, comprehension, and pre-rhetoric skills through Reader's Theater activities. Hands-on, interactive math games will also be a part of the course to help solidify foundational concepts and prepare students for future success.

Miss Kang
4th-6th grades 

4 weeks
Tuesdays & Thursdays
July 9 - August 1
9:00am - noon
(Minimum of 6 and Maximum of 12 students)




Whether a relative beginner or a seasoned musician, this course will help students learn to write amazing songs and explore the world of composing.  Students will discover how to create catchy lyrics, melodies, and basic harmonies while expressing themselves through writing their own songs in this hands-on workshop setting.

Mrs. Dinsmoor
7th-12th grade

1 week
June 17-21
9:00am - noon
(Minimum of 6, Maximum of 15 Students)


writing - all things fun and fascinating

Humorous characters, cunning creatures, and meritorious men of history will captivate 4th-6th graders as they learn to write with structure and style. This course is ideal for a hesitant or struggling writer yet will engage the successful writer as well.  All writing will be done in class. 

Mrs. Seidman

4th-6th grades

4 weeks
July 8 - August 1
9:00am - noon
(Minimum of 6, Maximum of 16 Students)

$395 (includes materials fee)



The Trinity Baseball program is hosting a three-day camp designed to enhance the skills of any age, teaching the fundamentals and practical techniques of the game. The workouts will consist of hitting, and fielding sessions concentrating on improving the efficiency and effectiveness. This camp can be used to build a base of fundamentals or to maintain and refine your current level of play. T-shirt included!

Mr. Aguilar (assisted by several coaches and Varsity players)

2nd-9th grades, Boys and Girls

1 week
June 18, 19, 20
Location: Trinity Softball Field and Cages
(Minimum of 10, Maximum of 100 Students)


Introduction to Latin for Moms, Dads and TeachersAre you jealous of the opportunity your students have to study the ancient and beautiful and ever-present language of science, the legal system, literature, music? 

Are you jealous that your children can use and understand these words – conjugation, declension, case, gender, participle, macron (NO!  Not the French President!)?

While your children are in one of the many wonderful summer enrichment classes – why not learn a little bit of Latin yourselves!  Sound impossible?!  Quite the opposite!
(Yes, the italicized words are direct Latin derivatives!)

You will read Latin with comprehension on the first day. We will use the text studied in classes, explore the similarities, distinctiveness, history and beauty of this ancient but vibrant language.  And you won’t need to be jealous any longer!

Marci Parsons, Rhetoric School Latin Teacher

One Week:
M-F, July 8-12, 9:00-noon
M-F, July 15-19, 9:00-noon