Academics, Shared Mission, Respect Make Trinity a Good Fit

For Rachael Brooks and her three children, Trinity Christian Academy has met their educational needs for three reasons: A shared mission between students and teachers, academic rigor and respect for individuality.

“There aren’t any adversarial relationships at Trinity,” said Brooks, whose children are in 10th, 9th and 6th grade.

“The students  move  through the curriculum quickly and effectively, at a smooth and steady pace.”

Trinity is a preschool through 12th grade academy, offering a classical Christian education. Music, art and sports are offered, which meets the goal of producing well-rounded students.

Brooks also admires the school’s academic standards. The challenging curriculum at Trinity prepares students to be competitive in the college admissions process.

“The admissions results, scholarships and National Merit recipients indicate to me that the classes operate at a high academic standard,” Brooks said.

In addition to the school’s academics, Brooks points to the respectful way students accept each other.

More than 75 different churches are represented in the student body.

“Each student is accepted for their own individuality,” Brooks said. “Religious ideas are discussed in a kind and thoughtful way.”