Trinity Schools' president, Jon Balsbaugh, reflects upon the effort to rebuild Notre-Dame de Paris in today's Veritas Journal post. "Perhaps Paris (and with it much of the West) does now seem to be a kind of twilight world – a museum to a way of life that has all but vanished, inhabited by a people […]
Every Holy Week the girls sing hymns for morning prayer rather than recite the usual psalms. You can hear their voices lifted in prayer in the video below.
"Poetry is more than beautiful words—it is a way of thinking that is slow, meditative, and open." Trinity School at River Ridge alumna, philosophy professor, and Heidegger scholar Dr. Rebecca Longtin reflects on the how poets wrestle with the mystery of time. Enjoy the article then read the poems alluded to in the links at […]
Check out Veritas Journal for Mrs. von Gohren’s reflections on the first ever image of a black hole. What were your reactions to this historic event? The Black Hole The release Wednesday of the first-ever image of a black hole dominated the world's collective imagination. An amorphous ring of fire glowed curiously across Facebook feeds […]
Parents are invited to experience Trinity School! We begin with the Head of School’s overview of the school’s educational mission and philosophy. You will then have the opportunity to meet and interact with some of our students and visit a variety of classes. This is a great way to see our students in their everyday […]
TSRR alumna, Sarah Ennis (‘09) is participating this year in the Minneapolis Institute of Art annual “Art in Bloom” where local artists create floral arrangements inspired by particular works of art. This year, Sarah chose “The Annunciation” by Agostino Masucci. Head out to the MIA and see if you can find her piece! #communityoflearners
A big thank you to Dr. Michael McAlpine from the University of Minnesota Department of Engineering for speaking to the entire student body on his cutting edge work developing 3-D printing technology for biomedical and electronic innovation. The students and faculty were riveted by his research and it has become the source for much conversation […]