Godly Citizens | Outstanding Communicators | Academic Achievers | Loving Christians
Godly Citizens who
- Value every human being as created in the image of God
- Relate to others with respect
- Engage in community service
- Resolve conflicts considerately
- Practice responsible stewardship of God’s creation
Academic Achievers who
- Reach or exceed all academic benchmarks
- Creatively apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information
- Demonstrate organizational skills
- Eagerly pursue lifelong learning
Outstanding Communcicators who
- Relate proficiently orally, in writing, and with technology
- Express ideas through art, music, drama, and foreign language
- Share the Gospel effectively
- Articulate and defend their Christian worldview
Loving Christians who
- Profess faith in Christ
- Understand their value in Christ
- Apply Biblical principles in life’s choices
- Grow in the knowledge of the Word
- Realize God’s love and acknowledge his authority
Schedule a tour of Trinity and prepare your kids to be the capable, confident influencers God created them to be.
As a private Christian school, Trinity has a choice over the standards followed and the curriculum chosen. As a dually accredited school, (accredited by NLSA and WASC), parents can be assured that we follow best practices based on sound educational research and curriculum to meet our student’s needs. Merely meeting grade-level standards is not the goal for our students. Rather, our curriculum is carefully chosen and implemented to provide an opportunity for all students to exceed grade level standards.
Our alumni are equipped to thrive at the high school of their choice, many of them testing into rigorous specialty programs (STEM, Engineering, Medical) and/or choosing to participate in a rigorous academics path of AP and Honors courses.
Beginning in kindergarten, students can participate in the TLCS Musical Theater program that culminates in multiple, ticketed performances at the Brea Curtis Theater in the spring. In addition, Trinity students host chapels, providing the message and leading worship.
*Sivertsen, Juliette. “Washington Christian Academy Blog.” 5 Great Ways Performing Arts Can Benefit Your Child, www.washingtonchristian.org/washington/5-great-ways-performing-arts-can-benefit-your-child.
The TLCS Leadership Academy, a program beginning in 5th Grade, develops character traits, leadership skills, and discernment through leadership classes, on-site internships, faculty mentors, and student choice opportunities through leadership focus strands (Ministry, Arts, and Political Science & Debate).
This program benefits all students on the campus, preschool through 8th Grade. Our preschool through 4th Grade students experience the benefits of the middle school leadership program as recipients of the internships: classroom aides, STEAM Big Buddies, Big Buddy Chapels, Middle School Worship Team, and the Hands-On STEM Fair.
Some of the activities that students participate in are: coding, circuit board explorations, engineering challenges, geometric reasoning challenges, fish training, and science inquiry labs.
Keys to Praise Piano
Keys to Praise Piano offers parents the convenience of an on-site piano studio that provides students with the opportunity to learn to play the piano, perform in biannual recitals and participate in the annual ACSI Piano Festival. Flexible, weekly teaching programs are available. Students are taught either in a dynamic group setting (beginning Pre-School, TK and Kindergarten students) or in a tailored private, 30-minute lesson (older beginners and students in Level 1 and above). Through caring and fun instruction, at Keys to Praise we aim to make piano lessons a highlight of the student’s week!
Music has a power over the heart and mind that few other things do. Learning to play the piano develops lifelong skills that will carry forward in many facets of life. Give your student the gift of music with Keys to Praise Piano.
Homeschool partnership program students are integrated with our full-time students, which allows them to build lasting friendships while learning the course content. If your student wants to attend a traditional high school, begin readying for that transition in 5th or 6th Grade.
To be eligible to register for courses and programs through the homeschool partnership program students must be currently registered with a homeschool.
Camp Titan helps kids to recharge their social skills, and therefore confidence, by unplugging with special group activities led by skilled Camp Counselors. Camp Titan is open to the public and Trinity students and it is a great way to transition students newly attending Trinity in the fall.