With all of the uncertainty that surrounded (and still surrounds) the prospect of in-person learning for students this year, parents have faced difficult decisions about how best to raise up their children in the fear and admonition of the Lord. Will there even be in-person learning? How often, and for how long, will we have our children at home? If they are home, how hands-on will online learning be for us as parents? What will be the quality of virtual classes? Should we even enroll our child in school, or should we homeschool? Those questions occupied the minds of many families for the greater part of 2020.
With thanks to God for His protection and guidance, Trinitas opened the year with in-person learning and has continued to teach students face-to-face. It has taken a balance of adjusting to official safety requirements and protecting the integrity of our Christian, classical approach to learning. By God’s grace and the diligence of many, we continue to cultivate lives of faith, reason, and virtue in our physical classrooms.
If you are weighing your options for the second half of this school year or starting to think about your plans for next year, visit our website or join us for a conversation. Our headmaster will host an online informational meeting for parents on January 12 at 6:30 p.m. Click here to reserve your space or click on the “Register” button on the banner above.