“When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.” – George Washington Carver #questcompetition #TSMV
General Chip Gregson, USMC (retired) visited World Issues Colloquium to give the Juniors a spirited and fascinating overview of the security issues facing the Asia-Pacific region. General Gregson is the former Commander of Marine Forces Pacific and served as Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia-Pacific Affairs from 2009-2011.
Students and Faculty took center stage this past Saturday in Trinity's annual Coffee House. The students showcased their broad range of talents: from thrilling us with beautiful piano selections to singing and dancing. We were also graced with a guest appearance from Alumni and former music teacher Peter Kadeli. Peter performed Simon and Garfunkel's 'The […]
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Henry David Thoreau #trinitytempest #tempestvolleyball #TSMV
We are so happy to introduce Theresa Ryland, TSMV Class of 2013, who will be working as our new Alumni Coordinator! She is eager to get updates on what our graduates are doing — where they're working, where they're living and other important events in their lives. Please take time to update Theresa so that […]
The 12th grade remained undefeated today during a Metaphysical Pursuit contest against 10th grade! Metaphyiscal Pursuit is an annual quiz game at Trinity where a team of students from each grade works to answer challenging questions submitted by the faculty and staff.
“Music is the universal language for mankind.” ⠀ ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow⠀ ⠀ Flash back to the 7th grade boys Fine Arts Night performance. #TSMV #fineartsnight #fbf
Congratulations to 7th grader Henry Wolfe, who won the National Geography bee competition at our school. Henry will now take a written exam given by the National Geographic Society, to determine if he is one of the top 100 students invited to the state competition in Farmville in April. Good luck, Henry!
Friday's Project Fair was a wonderful showcase of all the work our 7th and 8th graders did off-campus during Project Week. Seventh grade students studied an endangered animal and created a model of it in its habitat. Eighth graders studied the architecture and design of a Medieval castle or cathedral and created their own model […]