Plugging away at your Humane Letters orals preparations, students? Trinity School at River Ridge faculty member, Mr. Matt Axvig, shares his thoughts on how to bring different texts together to draw a new kind of meaning from them in the latest from Veritas Journal. “Thoughts that Wound from Behind:” Literary Allusions as Pedagogical Opportunities by […]
Today is the last day of classes at Meadow View. Although we teach to the end, there was notable exuberance in the air when the last bell rang.
The senior boys treated the 7th grade boys to a lunchtime cook-out to celebrate the last day of classes at Meadow View.
The 8th grade class took a geology field trip to Harpers Ferry West Virginia to study a special rock called Harpers Slate. They also hiked part of the West Virginia portion of the Appalachian Trail.
Is Your Child Feeling Lost in the Crowd? At Trinity, every student is known. Our smaller class sizes give every student the chance to be heard. Come to our Information Night on Tuesday, May 7. Meet our head of school, Dr. Kay Yohe. Hear about our program and how every student is actively engaged and […]
Is your soon-to-be Trinity School graduate concerned about how he or she will find a community of learners in college or be able to continue approaching studies with a sense of wonder? Fr. James V. Schall’s excellent book ANOTHER SORT OF LEARNING might make a great graduation gift. Another Sort of Learning (Book Recommendation) Still […]
Come out and join Trinity alumni, current students and faculty on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at Idylwood Park between 10:00-12:00 for a friendly coed soccer match. Strap on your cleats, put on that vintage Pele jersey, and go toe-to-toe with others in the Trinity community!