Learning During COVID-19
2021-2022 School Year
Trinity's first day of school was August, 17, 2021. Trinity is fully on campus and has suspended remote learning options unless required by state mandate.
Mid-March 2020 - Spring 2021
Physical campus temporarily closes due to COVID-19
March 30, 2020
Distance Learning begins for all students (Grades K-12)
May 19, 2020
Last day of classes for
2019-2020 school year
August 24, 2020
On-campus instruction resumes with online options
Distance Learning at Trinity
Trinity's campus was temporarily closed in mid-March 2020 to help contain the spread of COVID-19, however, learning never stopped as students participated in a robust program of remote education.
- Students engaged in synchronous instruction four hours a day, four days per week.
- Planned projects, research, and presentations continued with minimal modification.
- Regular assessments ensured essential learning objectives were met.
- Grades were awarded consistent with our normal high standards.
On-campus Instruction Resumes
Trinity resumed on-campus learning on Monday, August 24, 2020 with five full days of instruction weekly and a synchronous remote learning option.
- Assessments and grading remain consistent with our normal high standards.
- Whether on campus or remote, Trinity maintains its rigor, fully preparing students for collegiate studies.
View Trinity's Fall 2020 Reopening Plan here.
We are so thankful for the Trinity staff, administration, and board.
Our girls have transitioned well and are adjusting to life at Trinity.
Thank you to each person who has worked tirelessly to
reopen Trinity and keep it open. Our hearts are grateful that
God provided the opportunity for our girls to become Gryphons.
We appreciate, daily, the friendly and welcoming Trinity staff.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, for your commitment to our children despite the many obstacles you face daily. I am very grateful and thank our Lord every day.
Learning During COVID
March - May 2020
Trinity's campus was temporarily closed in mid-March to help contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and safeguard the health of our school community. However, learning and community never stopped. Students at Trinity continued learning and developing through a robust program of online learning.
Click the links below to see how through Distance Learning, we never stopped learning at Trinity.
Learning Preferences (2020-2021)
August 2020 to present
We firmly believe that in-person classes deliver significantly higher levels of learning than on-line instruction. With that in mind, Trinity began in person classroom instruction on Monday, August 24, 2020.
To meet the needs of faculty, staff, and students with underlying health conditions which may substantially increase their risk if exposed to COVID-19, we also offer a hybrid approach to instruction. All classes in their entirety are Zoomed in real time throughout the day for those who must, or desire to, initially receive instruction from home. Unlike distance learning in the spring, the full school day, five days a week, with complete block classes are delivered via Zoom.
Our kids feel loved and truly cared for by their teachers...especially homeroom teachers. They are being challenged academically too. I didn't realize they could have it all...learning about God, feeling truly cared about and loved, and rigorous academics!
First Day of School
August 24, 2020
First Semester of School
August - December 2020
We have been pleasantly surprised that everything we had hoped for we are definitely experiencing: rigorous academics, supportive administration, great communication, caring teachers, and respectful student peers. We can’t say enough how completely blessed we feel to be a part of this community!