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When you “Go Gryphon,” you are not merely attending a new school. You are joining a community of believers (classmates, teachers, staff, parents, and families), all of whom long to see you grow in your education and your faith.
Christian schools are the greenhouses that nurture young seedlings until they are strong enough to be transplanted and securely rooted amidst the winds and storms of a contentious world.
The past year has been a lesson in resilience, which is developed uniquely under challenging circumstances. Without adversity, there’s no tenacity. Without being knocked down, there’s no getting back up. It’s only in less-than-ideal circumstances that we can overcome. Resilience not only enables us to survive and even thrive despite our circumstances, it also comes with spiritual blessings and growth.
Trinity Grad Releases EP
“When I look at this finished EP, what I really see is the Lord’s provision,” he said. “I feel like I’m at a point now where I know God is going to provide. Every once in a while, I’ll have a bad day health-wise, but now I respond with trust, whereas in high school it was like ‘oh no, when is my voice going to come back’.”
Alumna Carissa Coy Returns to Trinity as an Art Teacher
“As a teacher, I give an ounce of enthusiasm and, like the bread and the fish in the Bible, it gets turned into so much more in the classroom. I watch these students turn it into work that is creative and unexpected and funny and fun and beautiful, and I think that that’s such a sweet thing to be a part of,” she said.