The question that comes to my mind when approaching any Requiem setting is, “why?” Although its origins lie in the Catholic celebration for the repose of the soul, the prayers of the Requiem have inspired the most powerful and personal musical expressions of composers throughout the centuries. As a work originally intended for the Church, […]
Trinity School families are committed to building community, even in 90+ degrees. Games, dogs, BBQ, and connecting with new and old friends were the highlights of this event. Thanks to all who braved the heat this weekend to enjoy the Back to School Picnic.
Trinity School parents gathered for a Back to School Coffee yesterday during orientation. Thanks to all the new and returning families who attended!
Campus is back in full swing with All Student Orientation. Students picked up their schedules and books, greeted faculty and friends, took school pictures, and enjoyed ice cream treats on a hot day.
Each year, Trinity students raise money and awareness for the work of the International Justice Mission by sponsoring a 5K race. Ella Smith and Ji-Young Hartman coordinated this year’s effort. After the event, the girls travelled to IJM’s headquarters to present Luke Hinson, IJM’s liaison for our race, with a check.
Join us for opening night of the 12th grade production of The Servant of Two Masters! Tonight’s performance takes places on the Meadow View campus. Bring your picnic blankets and chairs, and prepare to be entertained by this Italian 18th century comedy by Carlo Goldoni.
On this Memorial Day, tune in for a performance of “Requiem for a Warrior,” a piece composed by Trinity faculty member, Mr. Timothy Dusenbury. “Requiem for a Warrior” will be aired in full on National Public Radio (NPR) today from 11:40 a.m. – 12 noon, on Sonatas and Soundscapes, a production of South Carolina Public […]
Dr. Nicholas Jones from the Naval Surface Warfare Center visited the 10th grade chemistry classes to talk about his work as a Materials Engineer and do some demonstrations. He showed students what happens when objects are exposed to extreme temperatures, how to turn themselves into human speakers, and why car suspension systems use magnetorheological dampers […]