Congratulations to the junior high boys’ soccer team, the 2022 Catholic Athletic Association Champions! Despite losing to Hill-Murray three times previously this season, the TriHawks finally won against them in their championship game last Saturday. We are proud of your perseverance. Way to finish strong!
Have you ever heard of geese that grow on trees? A serpent with a deadly odor? Birds with glowing feathers? Students in grades 3-5 are invited to come explore how medieval scholars thought about the animal world, and learn to draw animals in the style of medieval bestiaries. No previous experience is necessary. Space is […]
Today’s beautiful fall weather beckoned one of the 10th-grade Humane Letters sections to the outdoor classroom! The subject at hand: Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet’s “Politics Drawn from the Very Words of Holy Scripture.” The students paraphrased his argument in six propositions on obedience due to the prince. The discussion is part of a more extensive inquiry into […]
Let’s go TriHawks! Come cheer on the girls varsity volleyball team TONIGHT at their section game against Eagle Ridge Academy. Hope to see you there! Location: Trinity School at River Ridge Thursday, Oct. 27, 7 pm $10 adults, $5 students
Our seventh-grade ancient history students have been replicating what school boys in Mesopotamia (circa 2500 BC) would have been doing — learning how to write Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and “signing” their document with a cylinder seal! The clay cylinders are each imprinted with a unique design meant to serve as an official, documentable, […]
New original poetry from former Trinity faculty member, Abbey von Gohren: “I like to think of Aristotle on Lesbos wading in the sharp rocked shallows, the hem of his garment half-draped over the crook of an arm, trailing wet as he bends to watch a starfish.” Read on the Veritas Journal: https://veritasjournal.org/2022/10/14/aristotle-on-lesbos/
The seventh-grade girls took a field trip last week for more water-related intentional observations. Destination: Minnehaha Falls and the confluence of the Mississippi & Minnesota Rivers. Given the space and time to observe and explore, they made exciting discoveries: shells upstream from the waterfall itself, similarities in the sand slope erosion patterns in both locations, […]