“Trinity is a school that challenges students to walk with Christ in all that they do, say, and think. And because of this students are engaged in evaluating what they hear, see, and read through the lens of Scripture. Students are engaged in culture, not removed from it.”
On January 6, 2012, Headmaster Dr. Vanderpoel introduced the Gryphon to the entire school. Read about what the Gryphon means to Trinity here.
Students can participate in a varied range of athletic, academic, and extracurricular day camps. Learn more about summer events here.
Throughout the school calendar, the PTO serves to support the school administration through a myriad of activities for students, staff, and families. Learn more about the PTO here.
#GryphonPrideAll of Trinity Christian School's social media is now aggregated into one space. Stay updated with Trinity's community here.
For over 25 years, Trinity has built history with its student body, faculty, and families. View the traditions of past and present here.
Trinity's students participate in and out of the classroom in a variety of clubs and organizations. Learn more about those groups here.