The 8th grade boys are seen calculating how much water soil can absorb before a “flow” or landslide occurs.
This weekend, varsity boys lacrosse defended their title at the Steward Tournament in Richmond Virginia! Varsity girls soccer placed runner up! Congrats to all our athletes! #GoTempest #tsmv #lax #soccer #laxchamps #runnerup #tempestlax @ The Steward School – Richmond, VA
Have you ever wondered what the inside of a sea urchin looks like? This week on campus the 9th grade girls are learning the answer during their biology class dissections.
Alumni Highlight — Today's post features Bianca Lovdahl class of 2008. Bianca graduated from Trinity in 2008 and went on to attend the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. Upon graduation in 2012, she earned a B.S. in Naval Architecture and was commissioned as a Surface Warfare Officer. Bianca was assigned to the USS FARRAGUT […]
Do you remember geometric constructions? The latest from Veritas Journal digs-in to one of the three ‘impossible constructions’ — angle trisection. Perhaps not as impossible as you thought. Origami, Neusis and Angle Trisection Illustration A No matter how long ago you studied math in high school, you probably remember using a compass and a straightedge […]
It’s that time of year again…Tree Projects! This week at Trinity the 8th grade classes are taking advantage of the warm weather to study the different species of trees on campus.