Jan. 14, 2015 – Mrs. Caddow’s Government Class welcomed Molly O’Brien, Field Representative for US Senator Dianne Feinstein, to discuss matters of government and how a senator functions in our federal legislature.
Nov. 4, 2014 – This past Monday evening Trinity students participated in the 37th Annual Mock Trial Competition held by the Constitutional Rights Foundation. The competition took place in downtown Los Angeles at the Superior Court. Over 2000 students from all over California descended upon the court house donning suits and brief cases, ready to argue a fictitious case about a stolen piece of art.
October 23, 2014 – Trinity’s Wally and Liz Caddow visited the Veritas Academy in Centerville, MA on Cape Cod to discuss school growth and classical, Christen education methodology.
January 12, 2014 – Trinity’s Rhetoric School (high school) students love their basketball. There are three teams playing – Varsity Boys, Varsity Girls, and JV Boys. Over the break the Varsity boys played in the D1 Bound So Cal Christmas Classic tournament and faced tougher competition than ever before.
Jan. 13, 2014 – The Trinity Knights went down early 2-0 but roared back for a convincing 4-2 victory, their first of the season, over cross-town rival SCCS.
December 18, 2014 – In a season that ended short of the ultimate goal of a repeat CIF Championship, a dominant Trinity Classical Academy football team grabbed three nods on the All-CIF Southern Section Division II 8-man football team.
Jan. 16, 2015 – The Trinity Repertory Company performed a wild romp through “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Abridged” to the delight of all.
Jan. 15, 2015 – The first Corporate Time of the year was a celebration of the arts at Trinity with presentations by some of our musical ensembles and a beautiful video of some of the visual arts from our students.
December 18, 2014 – This week on Tuesday at 11:00am, not to be outdone by their older and bigger friends, the Kindergarten classes delighted audiences with their own Christmas Concert. Again, there were performances by some of the music groups – Symphony Orchestra, Strings and Chimes.
Dec. 19, 2014 – The last day of school before Christmas break was filled with tacky sweaters, a house ‘present’ contest and lots of Christmas cheer at Trinity.
Dec. 19, 2104 – Trinity hosted a welcome home breakfast as our alumni returned home from college for the Christmas break.
December 12, 2014 – The “Mystery of the Manger” was solved at the Trinity Christmas Concert! Jane Blonde (played by Eva Lintereur) was an investigative reporter who attended the Christmas Concert directed by Mrs. Evans (played by Paige Ackerman) to attempt to uncover facts and evidence about the baby Jesus.
Oct. 1, 2014 – Once again, Trinity Classical Academy has been selected by readers of The Signal as the Best of Santa Clarita. This year we were selected as Best High School and Best Private School. This is the second year in an row that Trinity has been selected as both Best Private School as […]
Sept. 25, 2014 – Trinity’s Head of School, Liz Caddow, has once again been named to the Signal’s Top 51 Most Influential People in the Santa Clarita Valley. Mrs. Caddow was also selected last year for the first time.
March. 31, 2014 – Being part of the Trinity family, we knew that WE all enjoyed the story of Beau Howell making his shot at the Championship game. We love telling our stories on our website and sharing on Facebook the things that happen here. We talk about the terrific guests that are kind enough to come and speak, like Kirk Cameron and Ben Shapiro. We know that our website is a source of information for our families and community to learn about us and our events.
March 11, 2014 – When Tanner Alvarez of the Desert Chapel Eagles helped Beau Howell make his first shot of the season in the CIF-SS Div. 6 Championship Game, no one had any idea it would be a moment shared around the world.
Dec. 20, 2013 – Could what you post on Facebook or Twitter keep you out of the college of your choice? More and more college admissions officers are checking prospective students’ social media to find out more about them. Read the NY Times article … They Loved Your G.P.A. Then They Saw Your Tweets. John-Patrick […]
Nov. 15, 2013 – In the 21st century, teaching cursive writing is increasingly becoming more of the exception than the rule. Not at Trinity. We still understand the many benefits of learning to write in cursive which include fine motor skill development as well as very specific higher brain functions being activated in the process […]