. . . a lack of unstructured play is hurting children in invisible ways, not only psychologically but physically. In fact, research is confirming that the lack of movement and outdoor play is harmful.
Trinity Christian School exists to educate students to the glory of God by pursuing excellence for mind and heart. Trinity seeks to...
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
Think biblically about all aspects of life from kindergarten to Capstone Senior Thesis.
Uncover new passions in our diverse programs.
Learn from leaders who see their students as image-bearers of Christ and invest in students' minds and hearts.Learn More
Reach your God-given potential with advanced courses and on-campus academic support programs.
Build meaningful community across Grades K through 12.
Go above and beyond to serve your neighbor and the world.
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
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.
It is easy to assume that people choose to work at Trinity or send their children here because of the outstanding facilities and beautiful campus. The truth is, our biggest selling point is the godliness of our students and staff.Michael Dewey, Assistant Headmaster for Academic Affairs
I know that a good teacher will come into the classroom with the intent to mold my mind and to change the way I think, and I want to put my mind in the hands of teachers whose highest goal is to see me become a mature follower of Christ.
Emily Lubenec, Class of 2011
Sending our children to this school was the best investment in their future that we EVER made in EVERY way!!! So thankful for TCS!!!
Gayle Fuller, School Nurse, 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.
It is not uncommon for students to become anxious and dread a test day. How, then, can teachers help lessen this anxiety while still gathering evidence of student learning?
. . . true teaching focuses not on how or what we teach, but rather on the result or what has changed for our students after being taught.
Do you preview the books your child reads? Should you? If a book seems harmless, is it really necessary?