Trinity Christian Lower School endeavors to educate students in kindergarten through grade five to the glory of God. Central to this purpose is a godly and caring faculty, who are skilled in implementing a comprehensive curriculum and instructional program. Our desire is that our students will grow in mind and heart as they pursue likeness to Christ and develop a steadfast love for Him that evidences itself in a life of service to others.
Academic subject areas are taught from a Christian perspective as students are led to the understanding that in Christ are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. (Colossians 2:3). All subject matter is presented in a biblical framework so that the student can grasp the cohesive nature of truth across the breadth of the curriculum. Trinity Christian School’s three objectives of knowledge, character, and service are emphasized within all units of study.
- Science lab: students enjoy a hands-on, co-teaching learning environment with a science specialist and classroom teacher.
- Technology: touch typing using Type to Learn 4 and an introduction to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel is offered to students in grades four and five in a 25 station computer lab. The lab is also available for grade level research projects as well as searching the library collection for the borrowing of books.
- Art, music, and physical education are offered to all students in grades kindergarten through five.
- Beginning and intermediate string ensembles are offered as an after-school program for students in grades four and five. An additional fee and instrument are required.
- A beginning band program is offered as an after-school program for students in grades four and five.
- Chorus is offered after school to third, fourth, and fifth graders.
- Chapel service is held twice a month. Students experience age-appropriate worship services designed to foster their relationship with the Lord.
Students primarily learn in heterogeneous groups emphasizing differentiation of instruction through activity centers, small and large groups and whole class settings. Resource teachers in language arts/reading and math provide instructional assistance to classroom teachers, provide additional enrichment and extended activities.