Enrichment Activities for Younger Students

At Trinity School, we’re dedicated to providing the best education in the Twin Cities. Our love for learning spills over into our summer camps and winter enrichment programs where younger students have the opportunity to sample what life at Trinity is like. We invite children from any school to participate!

Past camps and workshops have included: Simple Machines, The Science of Leonardo da Vinci, Art Camp, Summer Adventure Camp and Trinity Classic Summer.

Registration for Trinity’s 2020 Summer Camp program is now open! Sign your child up for one or more camps today.

Discovering Da Vinci Day – Saturday, March 28

CANCELLED

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, Trinity School’s campus is closed and Da Vinci Day, scheduled for Saturday, March 28th is cancelled. Please watch your email and Facebook for information regarding future events.

The Admissions staff is available during the school closure to answer any questions you may have, help you complete the application process for 2020-2021, accept completed applications, and to help you learn more about Trinity School.

Please contact Sally Ennis at [email protected] or Leslie Nelson-Abell at [email protected] for more information.

Your child will dive into one of the many facets of Leonardo da Vinci’s genius at this enrichment morning. Students are invited to attend one of three interactive workshops.

Workshop 1: Flight Construction
Come and explore flight through the physics of the paper airplane. Attendees will encounter how and why these objects fly by creating and testing different designs. There will also be opportunities to test their constructions from different heights.

Workshop 2: The Art of Paint Making
How did Leonardo da Vinci complete the Mona Lisa before canvas or oil paints were invented? Come experiment with the techniques and tools that he would have used in his studio, before creating your own Renaissance-style, egg tempera painting.

Workshop 3: Cartography
Have you ever wondered how to accurately map a landscape’s features, from sharp cliffs to sweeping valleys, or towering peaks to meandering rivers? Create your own salt-dough landscape by learning how to see and draw contour lines, and explore the tools and methods of map making past and present.

Computer Coding Workshop – Saturday, January 25, 2020, 9 a.m. – Noon

For children in grades 4-5
Past event

Introduce your child to computer programming with us! This morning will focus on the creativity and systematic reasoning necessary to code successfully. Using a free software tool, your child will even be able to continue exploring the world of programming after the workshop.

Art Workshop – Saturday, February 29, 2020, 9 a.m. – Noon

For children in grades 3-5
Past event

Do you have a budding artist who’s interested in exploring and learning different art techniques? We invite students to spend a morning creating a project to take home. No previous experience is necessary.

Questions? Contact Sarah Serdar at 651-789-2890 ext. 220 or [email protected]