Yesterday, Trinity's Boys and Girls Varsity Cross Country teams competed and won at the Delaney Athletic Conference Championships at Burke Lake Park in Burke, Va. The boys team won their fourth straight conference championship, and sophomore Kayla Shelkey won her race with nearly a full minute's lead on the next runner.
"I got the email at 10 o'clock in the morning," Tim said, "but it was hard to immediately get in contact with my parents. I went to the office to call them, and I got a hold of my dad first. He got emotional."
"I feel so blessed that God has brought me through this path of staying at Trinity for high school," said Sam Powers, a Trinity senior who received a Jefferson Scholarship this week.
Congratulations to Samuel Powers for being named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist!
Congratulations to Lucy Sicks, Emma Steinhobel, Nora Shaheen, Jonathan Stout, and Grace Kim for receiving recognition at the Scholastic Art Awards. Scholastic Art Awards program is the largest, longest-running recognition program of its kind in the United States.
Congratulations to Sierra Chen, who won first place in a state-wide essay competition sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution. This represents the third time in eight years that a Trinity Student has won the state-wide competition.
Trinity is making history again - this time at the 2016 VISAA Swimming and Diving Championship in Christiansburg, Virginia. Our students will finish up their first-ever swim season by competing with more than 600 other swimmers.
Congratulations to Timothy Park, Patrick Cecil, and Jacob Normann on earning places of honor at the American Legion district level oration contest last Wednesday. In the past eight years, students at Trinity Christian School have won local, state, and national oration and essay competitions, earning more than $19,000 in cash awards and scholarships.
Trinity would like to congratulate several of our seniors for receiving college acceptances. These are the first acceptances of the year.
According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, approximately 1,500 living veterans who served exclusively in World War II, The Korean War, and the Vietnam War reside in Virginia today. Brigadier General Don Brooks is one of those veterans.
Look who got a yes from Yale University! Senior Enoch is the first-ever Gryphon to be accepted to the Connecticut university.
On November 11, our Lower School Chorus members visited to Vinson Hall Retirement Community in McLean, VA. They weren't simply there to visit, though - they were there to sing!
Trinity's Varsity Swim team has been making waves since becoming one of our school's twelve competitive sports teams. This year, Varsity Swim continues to make history.
"This young team has worked hard every day all season to become an incredible force in the conference," said Coach Andy Gingrich.