High School Update

After 2 years of planning and prayer, we are excited to annouce that Trinity High School will be moving to a 2-day program beginning with 2022/2023 school year. If a student attends 3 years of high school at Trinity, they will earn the all the necessary credits for graduation with the exception of Math and Foreign Language.

Current Subjects

  • World History & Thought (1 credit)

  • US History & Thought (1 credit)

  • Government/Economics/Geography (1 credit)

  • Literature (1 credit)

  • Writing (1 credit)


Additional Subjects

  • Bible (1 credit)

  • Science (1 credit)

  • Elective (1 credit)


FAQ

  • Will Jon Burt still be teaching?
    YES! Jon loves teaching at Trinity and we love him. Jon has been asking for a few years that we find a different teacher for Literature/English which we have done for next year.


  • What will be taught for Bible?
    Bible will be a combined class for both middle and high school students with grade-appropriate assignments for each. It will follow the 3 year cycle of Old Testament Survey, New Testament Survey, and Attributes/Character of God.


  • What will be taught for Science?
    We will teach Novare’s high school Introductory Physics. Students enrolled in Algebra 1 (or beyond) will have the requisite math skills for the class. We recognize that this means back-to-back Physics for our current 8th graders, but believe it is the right decision going forward to best align with our 3-year humanities cycle. The middle school science rotation will be adjusted accordingly so this doesn’t happen again.


  • What if my student has already taken Physics?
    Science will be optional for current high school students that have already taken a physics course and a reduction in tuition will be applied. Science will be required for all other students. Please inform us upon application that your student will not be enrolling in Physics.


  • What will be taught for Electives?
    Elective classes are still being finalized with the criteria that each course satisfies at least one of the requirements for graduation. The class will likely be two different courses, each taught for about half the year.


  • What if my student does not need Elective course(s)?
    Elective(s) will be optional for current high school students that have already met the credit requirements and a reduction in tuition will be applied. Elective(s) will be required for all other students.