Middle school is an exciting and challenging time. Students are encouraged to
develop strong academic skills that are necessary to a successful high school
experience. During this time, middle school students can grow spiritually and
socially through their weekly chapels, athletic events, and school activities.
Trinity offers a Christ-centered curriculum that integrates Biblical truths
across all subjects. In addition, students participate in daily Bible classes,
attend weekly chapels, and have opportunities to attend youth group events
and Confirmation classes.
Service gives students valuable experience and opens the door to show the
love of Christ. Middle school students have the opportunity to participate in
a variety of mission projects throughout the year.
Our middle school athletics program offers a variety of sports in which
students with qualifying GPAs can participate. Students can participate in the
following team sports: football, basketball, volleyball, or track and field.
We have highly qualified, credentialed faculty members on campus who are
dedicated to helping each student achieve his or her academic goals. This is
possible through a focused, individualized approach to education that
assesses unique learning styles and abilities for students with different
learning needs. In our classrooms, we strive to engage students by using all
four learning modalities (visual, auditory, tactile, and kinesthetic) to make
academic content accessible.
Middle school is a crucial period for students to practice and maintain a set
of study habits and values that will help them balance life in high school. It is
also a time when students can discover their passions and gifts. Every middle
school student will experience a wide range of electives. Courses offered are
revised each year to meet the needs of the students. Previous elective
choices have included:
Photography • Spanish • Rocketry
Robotics • Dance • Journalism
Nutrition • Careers • Art
Video production • Chorus • Speech
Entrepreneurship • Citizenship • Publicity & Advertising
Puzzles and logic • Independent Living
Digital Music • Home Economics • Genius Hour
Trinity is committed to preparing our students for the challenges and
opportunities of the 21st century. An essential part of this preparation is
teaching students to use technology to access, analyze, organize, synthesize,
and communicate information. We provide access to technology through our
computer lab, computer courses, and in the classrooms with Chromebooks
Computer instruction builds upon the skills gained in the lower grades by
bringing the application of computer technology and digital citizenship to