Fine Arts Electives (Rhetoric School)

Students and Beloved Teachers Honored at Fine Arts Banquet


May 15, 2018 – Last night was a celebration of all the Fine Arts at Trinity – musical, theatrical, digital and visual. Trinity Arts League (TAL) made sure everyone was well fed and enjoyed some time of fellowship.

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Fine Arts Wins GOLD at Forum Music Festival


May 15, 2018 – Last Friday was golden for Trinity Fine Arts.  Ninty-three students from five performing groups made the journey to the Forum Music Festival in Fullerton.  The Jazz Band, Symphony Orchestra, Crimson Choir, Crimson Chimes and Handbells all demonstrated the results of hours of practice and hard work, and followed that with a day of fun at Knott’s Berry Farm.

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Music in the Morning


November 9, 2017 – This morning, there was music in the air when the Orchestra performed for a Open House of families, friends, and faculty. Mrs. Hernacki, Orchestra director, said it was her version of a parent-teacher conference, since she doesn’t get to have those. This was her opportunity to share what her students are learning and to talk about the pieces of music.

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Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood…


May 23, 2017 – Friday night Trinity was visited by Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh and all the other friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Tigger bounced, Owl dispensed wise advice, Piglet fretted about everything, Rabbit fed Pooh till he was too fat to leave the burrow, and Eeyore was…well…Eeyore.

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Fine Arts Students and Teachers Honored


May 17, 2017 – The Fine Arts department came together Monday night to honor artists in film, theater, music and visual arts. Orchestra director Mrs. Hernacki was honored by the seniors for her direction over them during their high school career.

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Music Festival Fever


May 16, 2017 – Trinity’s fine arts groups had great success again this year at the 2017 Forum Festival! Groups performed in two separate locations at Fullerton College while adjudicators listened, assessed and scored groups based on national benchmarks that are expected for the age range of the groups.

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Christmas Jazz, Hot Cocoa & Krispy Kremes


December 13, 2016 – On a chilly December day, what could be better that hot cocoa and donuts? The answer to that question is some spirited accompaniment. During Upper School lunch on Monday, the Jazz Band set up and performed several songs to entertain students, teachers and a few parents as well.

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Worship Band


Trinity Worship Band’s primary objective is to serve Trinity Classical Academy by leading the student body in times of worship during all school chapels and various other Trinity events.  Students learn to grow as musicians, to take leadership and to use their gifts for the glory of God.

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Visual Arts


This course is designed to give an overall introduction to the world of visual arts. This includes understanding the role visual art plays in the world and how art does and does not fulfill that role, as well as our role as Christian artists. It is for those students who want to explore non-digital forms […]

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Handbells


The Trinity Crimson Handbells is offered as a Rhetoric School elective and is one of our many Fine Arts performance groups. Crimson Bells is a one semester, non-audition group that allows students to learn music theory, music history, and music appreciation as well as playing the handbells in a group setting. Students receive intensive training in playing cooperatively with attention […]

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