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Famous Americans in First Grade


April 5, 2017 – Trinity’s first grade class has been studying famous Americans throughout the school year. They read short stories about different characters and the students got to choose who they wanted to study. They got to take the book home and fill out a paper asking the person’s name, birth year, three interesting facts and date of their death.

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Trinity YAF leader at speaker evetn for Rafael Cruz

Trinity’s YAF Nominated as Chapter of the Year!


September 21, 2015 – Last week, the Young Americas Foundation announced that Trinity’s chapter of Young Americans for Freedom was nominated as a High School Chapter of the Year. The Foundation is awarding grants totaling over $20,000 in recognition of the achievement, which translated to travel scholarships for our students to attend Young Americas Foundation programs next school year.

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We’re Going to Hume!


Aug. 25, 2014 – On Monday, over 140 Rhetoric School students came to school with luggage, pillows, no uniforms, and a lot of anticipation for the week to come. Many students say that Hume is the highlight of their year.

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Our Founding Fathers Came to Trinity


April 25, 2014 – Fifth grade brought our founding fathers to life in their living history “Founding Fathers Museum.” It was incredible practice for the hard work and speeches they will need to give in the not-too-distant future!

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Girls Varsity Basketball Gets Local Recognition


The small and inexperienced new team is now 8-7 and has a chance to win the league championship! They are a group of hard-working young ladies led by passionate coaches and they have just one experienced player. The Signal did a wonderful article on this developing team. Come see them for yourself as they take […]

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Kindergarten Cop


Today, our Kindergartners got a special visitor. Trinity dad and Lieutenant Brian Bixler from the LAPD brought his fun spirit and special equipment to share with our youngest friends.

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Guide Dogs of America Visits Imago Dei


Feb. 22, 2103 – W.C. Fields is quoted as saying “never work with kids or animals.” They are known to steal scenes. In the case of the Imago Dei School students at Trinity and the puppy  that visited their classroom, there was no scene-stealing, but they sure stole my heart! Monique Newman, a puppy raiser […]

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Colleges are Looking for Smarter Athletes


Nov. 28, 2012 – Bill Plaschke of the LA Times notes that schools known for academics are excelling in college football. Colleges are looking for smart athletes to fill their rosters and putting the ‘student’ back in student-athlete. Bill Plaschke – LA Times – Nov. 28, 2012 Era of the dumb jock is slowly ending […]

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SIGNAL: Educators Struggle to Prepare Students for College


Sept. 10, 2012 – A recent article in the Signal outlines the struggle of local educators to prepare students for college. With 90% having to take remedial classes in community college, one wonders how that struggle is going?   The Gap By Perry Smith Signal Education Writer psmith@the-signal.com 661-259-1234 x526 September 10, 2012 Inside College […]

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