A t Trinity, we believe that spiritual growth is as important as academic growth. We seek to mold and foster character driven students who will go out into the world as ambassadors of Christ. Students learn math, science, language arts and more but they also learn how to grow as model citizens of our society. We teach integrity, honesty, forgiveness, friendship, courtesy, and Christian love for others.
Our students and their families come from a wide variety of faith backgrounds. It is a privilege to share God’s words of love with all children, as we believe that our Christian faith is integral to the Trinity experience.
Each school day begins with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Christian pledge, followed by a student lead prayer and the recital of this year’s bible verse. Instruction in Christian beliefs is part of our every day life as we seek to support the moral and character development of our student body. By participating in charity and service events throughout the year, students are given ample opportunities to make a difference in the lives of others.
Each Wednesday, grades K-8 join together in the church for our weekly chapel service. Our pastoral staff, principal, teachers, guest speakers and the students themselves lead these services. Our chapel services focus on scripture-based lessons and age appropriate messages. Once a month a student from each class in recognized as the special “Citizen of the Month.” Parents are encouraged and welcome to join us at all of our services. Our Early Childhood children visit our church for a simpler, more informal chapel service later in the day.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.