Tag: academic news

Three U.S. Military Academies Offer Trinity’s Ian Caddow Appointments


SANTA CLARITA, CA (March 1, 2016) – Trinity Classical Academy senior Ian Caddow has received appointments to three of the most prestigious educational institutions in the country: the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY, the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD and the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY, it was announced today by Liz Caddow, co-founder and head of school, Trinity Classical Academy, who also happens to be his very proud mother. Caddow has accepted the appointment to the United States Naval Academy where he will major in political science and ultimately become a commissioned Naval or Marine Corps Officer.

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High School Juniors and Seniors Can Earn College Credit At Trinity Classical Academy


Trinity Classical Academy Offers High School Juniors and Seniors The Opportunity To Simultaneously Earn College Credit to Many U.S. Colleges & Universities Through Their Dual Credit Program Students Can Earn Transferable College Credits Potentially Saving Students and Their Families over $30,000 in Tuition, Books and Supplies   SANTA CLARITA, CA (February 11, 2016) – Trinity Classical Academy […]

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Mt. Olympus Wax Museum (2015)

Trinity’s 3rd Grade “Mount Olympus Wax Museum”


Oct. 16, 2015 – Trinity’s third grade class, along with their Imago Dei classmates, presented the annual Mount Olympus Wax Museum. This event marks the culmination of their studies of Homer and Greek Mythology for the last few months.

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Johns Hopkins University Honors Trinity Classical Academy 5th Grade Student Bill Baker


Trinity Classical Academy 5th Grade Student Bill Baker Honored for His Academic Excellence by The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth  Trinity Student Scored in the Top 1% Out of 33,000 Students from Over 60 Countries Trinity Classical Academy 5th grade student Bill Baker was honored as one of the brightest young students in the world […]

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Butterflies – Be Free!


Apr. 9, 2014 -After weeks of study and observation, Miss Nuth and Mrs. Round’s 2nd grade classes released their butterflies! Trinity 2nd graders delve into the sequential stages of life cycles and watching the cycle of the butterfly is a great lesson for the students.

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Faculty Feature – Kevin Seitz


February 17, 2014 – Kevin Seitz has been serving Trinity since 2013 as a Sixth Grade Teacher and Grammar School Dean. What do you like best about Trinity? Trinity is an amazing place that brings two words to my mind: intentionality and family.  I love the fact that this is not just a beautiful facility, but a place […]

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Fifth Grade Sailors


February 6, 2014 – Tall Ships is an exciting field trip that allows the fifth grade students the opportunity to be a sailor for a day. History comes alive as the students hoist the sail, work with a crew , eat onions to keep away scurvy, and conquer the challenges a sailor from the past would face. […]

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Third Grade Visits the Getty Villa


Jan. 16, 2014 – Exciting. Fun. Wonderful. These are just three adjectives that some of the third grade students chose to describe their field trip to the Getty Villa in Malibu. It is indeed a rare opportunity to be able to visit a place that supplements what is being learned in the classroom so well. Earlier […]

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Faculty Feature – Kim Fernandez


  November 18, 2013 – Kim Fernandez has been serving Trinity since 2009 as a third grade teacher. What she likes best about Trinity is how involved and supportive the parents are in their children’s academic and spiritual growth. I love how supportive the parents are of what we are doing in the classroom. This […]

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Trinity’s House System


October 7, 2013 – At Trinity, houses are led by senior captains, appointed on the basis of their character and leadership. Captains in turn are assisted by representatives from the various Rhetoric School grades. Houses are also supervised by House Deans selected from the Trinity faculty. Over the course of the year, all students in the […]

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