The most electrifying moments of today’s Tempest Week tug-of-war competition came from the small but mighty seventh grade. Ninth grade placed first, tenth grade placed second, and the seventh grade clinched the third place spot.
What was life like in a medieval court? This week, the eighth-graders enjoyed a banquet as lords and ladies of the realm in their Medieval History class. They feasted, enjoyed musical entertainment, and competed in an archery contest.
Last weekend’s packed Coffee House was a great showcase of our talented school community! Thanks to all the performers, attendees, and Trinity Life volunteers who made this event a big success.
Whether we are praying the psalms, singing “Happy Birthday” to someone, or listening to a senior sharing, Morning Prayer is always the best way to start the school day.
In art, the seventh graders are using charcoal and the letters of their names to practice balancing positive and negative space. After trying several compositional layouts as thumbnail sketches, they transfer their favorite design to a larger canvas.
Both Tempest teams went 1-1 this weekend down in Richmond. Big thanks to all the parents and fans who accompanied them! After this weekend, the Varsity Boys’ lacrosse team is ranked #4 in the state for VISAA Division II.
Cheering on the Varsity Girls soccer team and the Varsity Boys lacrosse team this weekend as they compete in the Steward Invitational tournament down in Richmond. Go Tempest!
Trinity Schools’ president, Jon Balsbaugh, spent some time with the 9th-12th grades as part of his visit this week. In his remarks, he reflected on the human hunger for meaning, purpose, and truth and encouraged students to use their time at Trinity to orient themselves toward things of lasting value. ” ‘Who am I?’ and […]