Student Life

Fun and Learning Go Together at Trinity


September 1, 2017 – There is a spiritual emphasis at Trinity and our faculty knows how to teach and lead, all while having a good time! While our Rhetoric School friends are home recovering from their four-day spiritual emphasis retreat at Hume Lake, our younger friends are enjoying their day here on campus.

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First Day of School


August 2017 – New teachers, new uniforms, new backpacks. The first day of school is always a blend of excitement, some nervousness, and a whole lot of energy. The drop off line is practically non-existent as parents love to walk their children in on the first day, taking pictures and greeting friends and teachers. After […]

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Sophomores Volunteer at Boys and Girls Club


April 21, 2017 – Field trips in the Rhetoric School are often community service opportunities. The sophomore classes experienced working together to serve our community this week when they visited The Boys and Girls Club in both Santa Clarita locations.

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Rhetoric School Spiritual Emphasis Day


January 26, 2017 – A surprise speaker caused the Rhetoric School students to erupt in applause. Chris Hilkin is a youth pastor at a large church in San Diego who spoke at Hume Lake a couple of years back and is the all-time favorite speaker of our students. Our juniors and seniors have heard him before and our freshmen and sophomores were introduced to his engaging style with a fantastic talk about love and sacrifice.

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Seniors Offer Service to Hope Gardens


March 5, 2015 – This week our senior class once again visited Hope Gardens in Sylmar, which is a transitional housing campus that offers sanctuary to women and children who are experiencing homelessness. This year, they did a lot of painting. In previous years, they’ve tilled a garden, sorted clothing, and helped with cleaning. Service […]

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NEWS: Trinity Senior Takes Mission Trip to Uganda


Sept. 26, 2013 – This summer, Trinity senior Jacey Massetto joined a missions group from NorthPark Community Church and traveled to Uganda to minister to children in need. The organization the church partnered with was Children of the Nations, which is a Christian organization that feeds, houses and educates orphans and children at risk of […]

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Attendance


A student enrolled at Trinity Classical Academy is expected to be present and on time every day school is in session. The actual number of days school is in session will be determined by the yearly school calendar. Attendance records for the students are reported on the student’s report card each quarter. Regular Daily SCHOOL […]

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Appearance


Trinity Classical Academy, students wear stylish, cost-effective uniforms from Land’s End. GENERAL RATIONALE FOR A DRESS CODE Being overly concerned with clothing and outward appearances is contrary to God’s will for us as revealed in Scripture (1 Sam. 16:7; Matt. 6:19-21; James 4:4; 1 John 2:15-17). Pressures felt by children to compete in areas of […]

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Conduct


Trinity Classical Academy has developed a Code of Student Citizenship based on a practical mixture of 1) the ethical and moral principles of Scripture, 2) institutional preferences which foster an environment conducive to achieving the school’s goals, and 3) expectations for a climate of mutual respect, love and encouragement among students, faculty and staff. All […]

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Health


All students attending Trinity Classical Academy must have on record with the school office, either a current immunization record or an exemption statement according to California Code, before entering school in the fall. Standard immunization record forms may be obtained from the school office or your family doctor and a copy given to the school […]

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