Congratulations, Class of 2020! We had such a wonderful time celebrating you during Saturday’s Commencement. Best wishes as you go forth into the world!
Despite the challenges of distance learning, our seniors and seventh graders continued to create beautiful art. Here is just a taste of the amazing work they produced this spring.
Recently, while we’ve all been home, some of our students, faculty, and alumni joined together to form a virtual choir. Here’s their rendition of “Unclouded Day” by Rev. J.K. Alwood.
Congratulations Class of 2020! To help our seniors feel extra-appreciated during this unusual graduation season, our parents and faculty worked together to pack and deliver personalized boxes for each graduate. The boxes contain a cap and gown and a few meaningful gifts to mark the end of their time at Trinity.
Happy last day of school! The 7th grade girls decided to wear their uniforms to class today to mark the occasion, and the senior boys joined for one final photo as students at Trinity. What a remarkable year it has been!
Enjoy another piece from our “Music for listening and reflection” playlist, designed for our ninth- and tenth-grade music students while they are at home: La la la, je ne l’ose dire, by Pierre Certon
Trinity School students are working on their submissions for the final cross-campus contests of the year, a contest to create the best blackout poem, all working from the same page. Not sure what blackout poetry is? Here is an example from one of the 8th graders at our sister campus in South Bend, IN! This […]
Our physics students constructed wave pendulums from materials they found at home. They were able to arrange the pendulums so that each seems to “dance” with the others, even though each is on its own course. Here is eleventh-grader Jaida Hotmire’s pendulum in action.
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!