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Welcome to Trinitas

Welcome to Trinitas

“Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

– Philippians 4:8

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About Trinitas

Our Mission

Trinitas Classical School joins with parents to provide the very best in Christian classical education—teaching students to discover, discern, and desire truth; nurturing mind, body, and spirit within an ecumenical Christian community.

Trinitas enrolls full-time students and part-time homeschool partners in grades K-8.

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COVID-19 Response

StudentsIn March of 2020 we responded to the closing of Michigan’s K-12 campuses with speed and agility. In just one day, Trinitas shifted from in-person instruction with no computers in the classroom to remote instruction with a secure and robust online learning platform. Teachers were able to minimize disruptions to learning and go beyond mere essentials to maximize the richness of a classical experience. As a result, students were able to stay on track with their coursework.

Our teachers are conducting online classes with active student participation, a hallmark of classical education, and dedicating time to check in with students and parents one-on-one. We have worked for a balance of online and offline work so students are not in front of screens all day. We continue to pray together, share Scripture, and gather for virtual chapel. In addition to all this, we are using technology to host community events.

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Are you ready for 2020-21?

HomeschoolingEven though there may be more uncertainty in your life now than ever before, Trinitas Classical School is prepared to make your family’s educational experience as predictable as possible. Trinitas is prepared to provide a flexible learning environment for 2020-21 so that students may continue to receive an academically challenging and joyful Christian, classical education. We are ready for in-person instruction, remote instruction, or a combination of the two, as circumstances require.

Faculty and staff are excited and prepared to welcome students back to campus for classes and community events in the 2020-2021 academic year. We are planning to begin classes on campus the Tuesday after Labor Day and to follow our regular calendar for the school year. At the same time, we are also prepared to begin with remote (online) instruction and for a combination of in-person and remote instruction as needed throughout the school year.

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