To see young men and women become world-changers who think biblically about the world, know who they are in Christ and readily serve where He calls them into His-story.
To partner with parents to provide Christ-centered, biblically based, classical education that nurtures the whole child.
THE TRINITY DIFFERENCE
We teach students how to think, not merely what to think.
Faculty and staff come alongside our students daily, seeking opportunity for life on life mentoring both inside and outside the classroom. It is in these integral moments that we come together seeking wisdom, cultivating virtue, and inspiring service in the life of every student, K-12th grade.
Classical education’s sound and proven philosophy of education has been around for more than 2,000 years.
It has produced some of the greatest minds in history, including Abraham Lincoln, G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien. Our founding fathers bear marks of classical training in literature, classical language (especially Latin), history, and rhetoric.
No dull, dark ivy-covered walls of boring learning here! Classical education utilizes the way a child is uniquely designed to learn at each stage of development.
Our teachers delight to do more than teach. They seek to instill a sense of awe and wonder in the lives of their students, drawing their eyes and hearts to see the Goodness, Truth, and Beauty that surrounds them.
Classical Christian education provides the unique opportunity within each area of study, from science to literature and fine arts, to lift our students' eyes from mere words on a page to a biblical lens by which and through which they see the world around them.
This unique opportunity makes space in a child's heart to grow deeply in the knowledge of their God-given place and purpose in creation.
We seek to inspire and develop a lifestyle of service in our students K-12th grade.
Through service opportunities both on and off campus throughout the year, students are provided the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community.
Our prayer is that others will know our love for Christ, and His great love for them, through our servant hearts.
We are training world-changers whose
eyes are tuned to see opportunity and hearts deeply desire to meet the needs of those around them, both near and far.