Feb. 25, 2014 – Just what does it take to own and operate a business? Trinity 7th graders got a taste of what it is like to be entrepreneurs at the annual Trinity Math Market.
March 3, 2014 – The Imago Dei School grammar school students and their Noble Knights buddies were in for a special treat when Debbie Abramson arrived with her Golden Retriever on Friday. Every student had a chance to pet Roxie, and some even gave hugs and enjoyed her kisses. She demonstrated her ability to obey […]
Last week, the sixth grade class was transformed to soldiers and slaves, heroes and horsemen, as the Civil War living History museum came to Trinity. As with all of our living history museums, the students were each assigned a character to research. They then memorized a speech about their character and set up their museum […]
Feb. 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.
March 9, 2014 - On Sunday, March 9th, the Trinity Classical Academy varsity cheerleaders took home 1st place at the California Cheer and Dance State Championship hosted by Spirit Club International in the Varsity Intermediate Non-Tumbling Division. The Trinity cheerleaders performed a near flawless routine hitting all of their stunts and pyramids while executing sharp and […]
Mar. 9, 2014 – Trinity captured their 2nd-ever CIF Championship on Saturday as the Knights defeated Desert Chapel 77-52. The victory was capped by a tremendous moment as Beau Howell made his first basket of the season with :19 seconds left in the game.
There was some incredible talent on display at this year’s Talent Show, making for an unforgettable evening.
The Trinity Repertory Company (aka the Rhetoric School Drama Class) put on a production of Macbeth that was both frightening and intense, replete with heavy doses of envy, doom, treachery and madness.
Dec. 12, 2013 – This year’s Christmas Concert featured our 6th grade class performing the Christmas musical The Best Christmas Present Ever!
Last week during lunch, the Rhetoric School houses competed for points in a very unique and exciting relay event. This was not your typical relay race! It involved some more typical events like jump rope (but with a twist), cartwheels and a 4-legged race, but also involved some more creative activities like rolling a watermelon […]
Fall Fun Day has been a favorite day at Trinity for many years! As the school has grown, it has evolved to become a huge event, requiring many volunteers and ending up with children of all ages who have enjoyed the experience and move into their Thanksgiving break on a high note.
Trinity students were given a master class in the defense of the faith by noted speaker Stuart McAllister of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Stuart has spoken all over the world defending the Christian faith with sound reason and evidence. For his work distributing bibles in eastern Europe…
Dec. 6, 2013 – Trinity’s Wally and Liz Caddow have been invited to be guests on the SCV Today show on Tuesday at 8am. You can view the episode by CLICKING HERE. The Caddow’s are featured in the last segment of the show at 47:29. The popular local SCV morning show is hosted by Dave […]
Nov. 9, 2103 – Reading the Bible can be daunting. Where do I start? How can I ever get through it all and understand it? Years ago Trinity’s Humanities Professor Grant faced the same challenge. So he devised a system that would allow him to read through the bible in a systematic way and now […]
Sept. 29, 2103 – 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. While Trinity has been selected as Best Private School in past years, this is the first time being selected […]
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 […]
Sept. 29, 2013 – A number of studies are revealing that despite steep rises in the cost of higher education, colleges and universities are not delivering better educated students into the work force and society. Many cultural, business and political leaders are looking at ways to better evaluate the performance of colleges so consumers can […]