Enjoy another piece from the playlist designed for our ninth- and tenth-grade music students: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6 in F Major, “Pastorale,” I. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvbRwb8twiA
Long-distance dissection? This week our ninth-grade biology students picked up dissection kits from school so that they could dissect a frog at home. We are delighted to find that hands-on projects are still possible in distance learning!
Congratulations to eleventh-grader Ava Flory on winning first place in a competition for recreating a famous work of art spanning all three Trinity campuses! Ava managed a stunning recreation of a self-portrait by Frida Kahlo.
Enjoy another piece of music from the “Music for Listening and Reflection” playlist designed for our ninth- and tenth-grade music students while they are at home: Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXeBFhqViYg
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As a school community we ask for your fervent prayers for Matthew Graveson, one of our tenth graders, who is critically ill with COVID-19. Please pray, too, for his younger brother also fighting this terrible illness.
Here is the final compilation video of Trinity Schools' cross-campus Rube Goldberg Machine contest, including contributions from Christopher Cole and Jenna Laperriere. If you enjoy the compilation, links to the full videos of the first and second place winners can be found in the comments. Our next distance learning competition to recreate a famous work […]
Trinity Schools operates three schools across the country — Trinity School at Greenlawn in South Bend, IN; Trinity School at River Ridge in Eagan, MN; and Trinity School at Meadow View in Falls Church, VA. When the schools needed to go to distance learning, we introduced a nationwide, interdisciplinary program supplying enrichment with art, music, […]
While they are at home, many students are cultivating new skills and areas of interest. We asked our students to share some of the creative projects they’ve been pursuing. Here are just a few of the beautiful and fascinating photos we received from them.