Christians are called to be in the world but not of it. Because social media can be used as a means for sin all around us, we ought to take seriously the temptation it causes and rely on Christ’s help to resist that temptation, whether by getting rid of it entirely, or employing wise strategies to avoid stumbling.
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Truth is the word of God, written and Incarnate.
– Psalm 119:160; John 14:6
Courage is the Christ-like character to live the truth of God’s word uncompromisingly in a compromising age.
– Joshua 1:7
Service is the imitation of Christ, who came “not to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
– Matthew 20:28
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Trinity is like a second home to me. I transferred from a public school the middle of my junior year, and it has been the best decision I’ve ever made. The teachers and staff are incredibly caring, the students are wonderful, and the community is beyond loving. This school really cares about the students and their lives. The education is top-notch and I’ve learned so much more than I did at public school. I would recommend this school to anyone, especially those who are looking for a school with a strong Christian influence.
Sydney Knott, Class of 2020
This is my 9th year here as a teacher, and I've never worked under such a warm, caring atmosphere, with peers and administrators who support me, challenge me to be better, and encourage me every single day, without fail. They show the love of Christ to each other and their students, and their earnest desire is to train strong men and women of faith and integrity.
Kim Johnson, English Department Chairman and Upper School English Teacher
Andrea Verwys, Trinity Parent
Mrs. Connor’s kindergarten students adore her and she is teaching them, by example, to pray without ceasing and to look to scripture as the basis for everything they think or do.
There are many reasons that I love Trinity. In ninth grade, when I made the transition from public school to TCS, I was blessed to discover a place where I experienced the charity of a Christian community in the classroom setting. I could have wept with joy to hear my teachers begin each class with a prayer to Jesus Christ. I did not believe that a place like Trinity existed until I experienced it for myself.
Emma Bayer Watkins, Class of 2008
“Excellence for Mind and Heart” -- more than a vision. . .a reality. We’re in our 26th year as part of the Trinity family. My wife Mrs. Sherri Copeland joined the staff back in ’93. Sherri’s first class was in our wedding and some of her students over the years have since returned as teachers and staff. Thank you, Trinity, for being such a major part of our family and for assisting us in shaping the godly women that we proudly call our daughters.
Nate Copeland, Trinity Parent
AP courses offered in every department and learning support center for Grades K - 12
All-season sports for student athletes in Grades 6 - 12
1:1 laptops and e-curriculum for Grades 7 - 12, computer labs and laptops for Grades K - 6
Visual, choral, instrumental, performing arts: required courses + electives + extracurricular
Over 100 churches represented + K - 12 chapel program
Significant budget allocations to reach the broadest number of Christian families
Trinity Christian School served as the soil in which the seed of my faith grew and was nurtured; there, for the first time, I encountered a Christianity that was more than I expected . . . the history of the church, of which I became conscious for the first time at Trinity, was the mechanism by which Holy God ushered me into true discipleship. And from the first moments of faith until now, the overwhelming value of the knowledge of the history of the Lord’s people has been one of the most important refrains in my life’s song of worship.
The decision to attend Trinity was pivotal in my life…I was encouraged to glorify God in all endeavors. Academically I was challenged with rigorous study that laid the foundation for my future work in critical care medicine. Courses and activities were calculated to train leaders. I was honored to be selected as a Flight Nurse with UVA Pegasus, the critical care medevac program at UVA. Without the confidence and knowledge rooted in the truth of God's Word instilled in me during my time at Trinity, I wonder if I would have had the courage to pursue this path this early in my career.Read More
Trinity equipped me with all the practical skills to succeed in college and beyond. But more importantly, my teachers at Trinity taught me how to think critically---how to put things in perspective and consider all things in light of God's truth. I'm working on my Master's now, and I still draw upon what I learned at Trinity.
Technology—specifically, social media—has simply created a potential stumbling block in our striving toward humility, making it that much harder to humble rather than glorify ourselves. Social media may not be inherently sinful, but it can certainly tempt us into the sin of pride. In fact, one could argue it’s designed to do just that.
Cyberbullying is real and dangerous, particularly for school-age children...The most important thing is to be aware that students may be facing or participating in cyberbullying and do your best to intervene in either case.
...whether or not parents are aware of it, cyberbullying is an all-too-common reality among students—a reality that can have serious and sometimes fatal impacts for its victims. And while bullying has always been around, studies suggest that an online format increases the severity of its impacts.