Trinity Goes Medieval

March 15, 2018 – Joan of Arc, King Henry VIII, Michelangelo, Leonardo DaVinci, Martin Luther and Queen Elizabeth were all in attendance at today’s Medieval Faire. They were joined by other famous medieval characters, as well as monks, archers, bakers, stained glass makers and other craftsmen.

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Apologetics in Logic School

February 28, 2018 – Today our Logic School students were treated to a preview of Dr. Phillips’ freshman biology class in the form of an entertaining lecture on Micro and Macro Evolution and where the evolution theories converge with or conflict with the Holy Scriptures.

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Girls in Science

The most recent addition to our science offerings is to our young girls. One of our seniors, Ellie Kim, along with her sister, alumna Leslie Kim, created a curriculum to offer an after school science program to our 4th-6th grade girls.

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Trinity Parent Student Guide

Parent-Student Guide 2017-2018

Parent-Student Guide: Rhetoric Guide:

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Seventh Graders Enjoyed Unique Marine Experience at Catalina Island

April 28, 2016 – On Monday April 18th forty-three 7th Grade students, three faculty members and one administrator embarked on our 10th annual class field trip to Catalina Island.

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Civil War History Comes Alive

March 2, 2016 – Last week, the sixth grade students enjoyed their annual Civil War Living History Museum, complete with re-enactors and gunfire.

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Catalina Adventure

April 2, 2015 – The seventh grade class had the adventure they’d been looking forward to for all of grammar school. The three-day field trip is more than just a boat ride to Catalina Island. It is an extended science lesson.

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Math Market

March 19, 2015 – Today the Celebration Center was transformed into a market, complete with storefronts, a variety of products and some very excited customers.

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Snorkeling, Science & Sharks…Oh My!

Mar. 27, 2014 – Science Camp at Catalina Island was a wonderful trip for the seventh grade! Twenty-six miles away from the mainland, they camped at CIMI (Catalina Island Marine Institute) at the Cherry Cove campground. In addition to going on a mini-vacation with all of their school friends, their labs and activities included: snorkeling; fish, sharks and rays; invertebrates; marine mammals; plankton; kayaking; an astronomy hike, and a night snorkel! The camp emphasizes a ‘no-waste’ policy, which reinforces God’s command to be good stewards of His beautiful creation.

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Trinity Team Departs for Israel for Special Ed Sessions

Oct. 9, 2013 – Our Imago Dei (special education) school is having such great teaching success that a group has been invited to Israel to attend special instructional sessions at the world renowned Feuerstein Institute in Jerusalem. Imago Dei student Stevey Stowell has made such great progress in our Imago Dei classroom that she, her mother […]

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