Trinitas Goes to the Theater!

March 7th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

James and the Giant Peach is playing at Grand Rapids Civic Theater. Trinitas has a block of seats held for Saturday, May 4, for the 2:00 p.m. matinee. If we get a group of at least 20, tickets are $18 for adults and $10 for children (normally $39 adults, $20 children). You will not be billed unless we get the group rate. The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, March 12.

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March Virtue of the Month – Perseverance

March 7th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

March is a good time to practice PERSEVERANCE: not giving up, even when things become difficult. Shoveling in the bitter cold is a very good way to learn to persevere! We look forward to our chapel message from Pastor Traci Parker on March 20 (rescheduled from one of our January snow days). Virtue readings and ideas will be coming home soon.

Looking for News on the Website?

March 7th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

We encourage you to take advantage of the resources on our website! This year, to make our news and events easy to access for members and guests, all newsletter items are posted in Community News in the Community Life menu, so if you lose track of the newsletter in your email inbox (It happens to the best of us!), you can still find everything on the website. Other important messages from the school can also be found there. Most information is accessible even if you aren’t logged in. To protect sensitive information, a member login is required to see all content.

School events are available on the Community Calendar page also located in the Community Life menu. Classroom newsletters continue to appear under the Current Students menu tab.

Parent Information Meeting on March 13

March 7th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

We are hosting a brief information meeting for families interested in Trinitas on Wednesday, March 13, at 10:00 a.m. Students and parents will not be involved, but we would encourage you to pass along this registration link to anyone who might have expressed an interest in PIN but couldn’t attend.

2019-2020 Tuition Deposits Due March 5

February 28th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

If you pay tuition in full by check, or if you are enrolled in FACTS but do not participate in Continuous Enrollment, you will need to submit your non-refundable deposit for the coming year (10% of the full annual tuition) by March 5.

If your family is enrolled in FACTS and Continuous Enrollment, the tuition deposit for the coming year will be deducted automatically. Your March payment is the non-refundable deposit for the following year.

2019-2020 Tuition and Fee Schedule

Bible Quiz Challenge Regional Winner!

February 28th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

Justin M. (4th grade) was named the Northeast Region winner of the Christian Schools International Bible Quiz Challenge. He has advanced to the final round which will be held this summer at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. You can read more about it here.

Congratulations, Justin! Trinitas is proud of your accomplishment, and we are cheering you on!

Regional Spelling Bee

February 28th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

Congratulations to Natalie P. (7th grade) and Gabriel B. (7th grade) who participated in the Regional Spelling Bee on Tuesday afternoon. Natalie was the runner-up! We thank them both for representing Trinitas so well!

Thank You for Parent Information Night Help

February 28th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

We want to thank everyone who helped make Parent Information Night a success! Parents, thank you for visiting with our guests and sharing your experiences at Trinitas. Several of them remarked on our warm and welcoming community! Thank you to those who invited friends, provided food, or helped set up and clean up. We also want to extend a special thank you to the parents and alumni who supervised the students after the program.

February Virtue Focus – Compassion

February 28th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

We are wrapping up our focus on COMPASSION: caring for and encouraging someone. We hope your family is enjoying stories of compassion in The Book of Virtues and that you have been having some good discussions about ways to put love into action.

Why Choose Trinitas for Kindergarten?

February 27th, 2019 by Trinitas Classical

Your kindergarten child is an important and cherished part of the community at Trinitas. Right from the beginning, he or she will be a part of wider school activities and has the opportunity to form friendships with students from other grades. Trinitas is a close community where parent participation is encouraged. The self-discipline skills of listening, following directions, cooperating with others, and communicating are taught and reinforced in each grade. The curriculum for each subject has been carefully chosen to engage and challenge students at each grade level and is part of a coherent plan beginning in kindergarten and extending through eighth grade. Kindergarten students pray daily with the rest of the school in Morning Prayer, and a Christian perspective of love for God and for one’s neighbors permeates all we do.