Varsity Girls Cross Country makes history by winning the first state championship for Trinity Christian School.
The most frequent feedback I hear from prospective students is how welcome Trinity students and teachers make them feel when they come to visit classes. It is the number one reason my wife and I decided to move across country to work at TCS.
-Michael Dewey, Assistant Headmaster for Academics
TCS is accepting resumes for all positions K -12 for the 2019 - 2020 school year. Masters degrees and teaching experience preferred.
TCS strongly encourages individuals who fit the following roles to apply:
Upper School (Grades 7-12) Teaching Positions:
- Upper School Math (Algebra 2 and higher)
- Upper School History
- Upper School Science (Life Science, Biology, Chemistry)
- Upper School Teaching Assistant (Part Time)
Lower School (Grades K-6) Teaching Positions:
- Grade 2
- Lower School Teaching Assistant (Part Time)
Learning Center Positions:
- NILD Educational Therapist (Level 1, 2, 3)
- Search and Teach Therapist
If you wish to be considered for any academic openings, please follow the steps below:
- Unofficial transcript(s)
- Cover letter addressing the following:
- your Christian testimony
- your philosophy of Christian education
- your approach to classroom management.
Trinity's Athletic Department is currently accepting resumes for the positions listed below. Please email your resume/CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach
I was really grateful for the care that the leaders showed for their faculty. I’m not a preacher’s kid, but I did grow up as a teacher’s kid. We were at a very small, church-based school, and I never witnessed my mom cared for or celebrated, and when I tell other teachers of what our leaders did at the breakfast, their eyes get very big. But it isn’t the first time that I have noticed servant leadership. I saw it when I started here last year when a staff member made/coordinated meals. I see it whenever our principal steps in for her teachers to give them a breather. I see it when those in leadership drive the bus. It’s constant here and really amazing.
I’m also really thankful for the spiritual leadership here. I’m beginning to lose count over the times I walk in weary, but either a Psalm in the morning or a prayer reminding me that we serve a constantly loving and forever unchanging God will lift my eyes to the One Who gives help in time of need. Thank you for consistently reminding your staff and students of the Gospel. We never outgrow our need to hear it, and I’m grateful that you all continue to give it.
Jill Hamilton, Trinity Teacher and Parent