Mortimer J. Adler, Author of How to Read a Book
“Trinity School closely approximates the ideal in education. It is an extraordinary school.”
Looking for a curriculum that can both challenge and
Our curriculum puts students on track to tackle challenging subjects like calculus and physics. Your child will graduate having read and discussed original texts by authors like Homer, Aristotle, Augustine and Dostoevsky. And everyone participates in our performance-based arts program, acting in plays, performing in concerts and entering their work in juried art shows.
Trinity School’s program is rightly ambitious, but the pace of the curriculum is designed to allow for wonder and engagement
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Scripture and Doctrine
The story of creation, the fall and God’s work to redeem his people is not only one of the greatest stories ever told, in the Christian understanding it is the key to understanding the human condition. Students at Trinity School study biblical geography, twice work their way through the Scriptures, study the traditions of their own denomination and end with a capstone course on what it might mean, in the words of our mission, to “be of use to God in the wise care and governance of his creation and in the building of his kingdom.” Learn more.
Our reading list is made up of many of the greatest works of philosophy, literature, theology, and political theory in the Western tradition. Your child will learn primarily through the discussion of these original texts in a seminar environment with friends and teachers. Learn more.
In mathematics, we focus not only on efficient and accurate problem solving but also on how to think mathematically and understand the material at a deep level. Our mathematical program inspires students of all abilities to think hard about mathematics. Learn more.
An education in science should be more than a transfer of information. Textbooks can only do so much. At Trinity School, your child will experience science as a hands-on opportunity to explore the puzzles of physical reality. Learn more.
Learning Latin in grades seven through ten will introduce your child to the wonders of the classical world in the original language. Studying Latin also helps students unlock the keys to language learning and deepens their appreciation of language itself. Equipped in this way, students then tackle a third language in their final two years. Learn more.
Arts are not elective at Trinity School but form an essential part of every student’s education. Our focus on building skills and working with masterworks in each discipline means your child will be able to draw, paint, sing and act with a grace and beauty you may never have imagined. Learn more.
“At Trinity, I learned to think like a mathematician, a scientist, a philosopher, a theologian. Because of everything I learned at Trinity, all of those fields are open to me. I know how to seek after Truth in all of those things and I’m not limited by one way of thinking.”Trinity Graduate