“What do Trinity students do after graduation?” is a common question we hear in admissions. Here is a small sampling of what some of our alums are up to! Check out the items they donated to the Trinity Classic auction by going to https://tsrr.ejoinme.org/2021: -Minneapolis Bouldering Project monthly pass, operated by Will Hanson ’03 -Framed […]
Let the “Amen!” sound from God’s people again! Students and faculty were welcomed back from spring break with our annual Resurrection Celebration. Donuts and fellowship – what a wonderful way to start the week. Welcome back, everyone!
Faculty member, Mr. Andrew Carr ’10, warmly welcomes you to his upcoming art show! Running tomorrow through the end of May, you can see the fruits of a year focused on drawing and painting. Since the pandemic hit, he says, “I begin and end almost every day at my drawing table. I’m deeply grateful for […]
He is risen indeed! Alleluia! Celebrate the beauty of God’s creation and the miracle of the risen Christ in this Easter season. May your family be richly blessed. -The Faculty & Staff of Trinity School at River Ridge
“He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross, so that, free from sins, we might live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed.” 1 Peter 2:24 Artwork by Matthew Zyla ’15 and Sophia Stella ’15
“My soul is deeply grieved, to the point of death; remain here and keep watch with me.” Matthew 26:38 Artwork by Emma Miller ’18
The sixth graders performed “Little Red Riding Hood” to practice oral delivery skills for their homeroom class! Fun fact: They were quite inspired by the recent senior drama which incorporated a variety of sound effects. Sound effects played a role in their performance too!
Congratulations to our seniors – the winners of the Trinity Classic Raffle ticket contest! Each senior received a Trinity water bottle for their efforts. Way to go! 20 tickets remain for the Trinity Classic Raffle! To purchase tickets, click below for the printable order form or call Lucy Cunningham at 651-395-6813 to pay with a […]
The Trinity School curriculum really does create life-long learners, and our faculty bear witness to that every day. Here is a piece from Mr. Axvig in which he connects his reading of HAMLET to friendship and the disciplines of the Lenten season. Here is another Lenten reflection from Veritas Journal — just in time for […]
How is high school different than middle school at Trinity? Good question! Our eighth graders enjoyed a pizza lunch today, while hearing from juniors and seniors about the good things in store for them for the next four years!