There is no girls basketball team. No cross country or baseball for boys. If there is a drama club or students council/government club they must be hiding in a closet. They were suppose to start cross country this year, didn't happen. Too many kids can't pass a drug test for sports. Yearbooks have come out in July the past few years so kids don't get their friends to sign them. Schools out the end of May. Some kids have to get haircuts and some don't. Depends who you are. Are you a church member, well to do or average. Everyone is not treated equally. Families should have been informed months ago they were treating school and church for bedbugs. they sent home a letter about it today because so many parents were upset they didn't tell us. If your child is on the voucher you are nothing more than a dollar sign. and sadly all dollar signs are welcome here. This school was one of the biggest mistakes I've ever made. There is so much I could say that I won't. Oh but I want to. Do your family a favor and don't get involved with this school.
I very much like this school! Small class sizes allow for more personal teaching for each student. Very good when it comes to dealing with behavior issues, dealt with promptly, and fairly. Very easy to communicate with teachers through e-mail, phone calls, or face to face!
All of my children and my niece attend Trinity. The provide great one on one attention. My 8 year old has been going here since preschool could read before entering kindergarten and I truly believe that I have Trinity to thank for his advanced reading skills. Its a very close nit school. They do not have more then 12 kids per class for any grade so you couldn't ask for more 1 on 1 attention. The math teacher is phenomenal
My two children go to Trinity Christian School. They have a tremendous academic program. The teachers are amazing in how they love the students and take extra time to make sure each child is successful. The high school is the best I have ever known. The students are able to receive college credit for courses. I would recommend this school for anyone looking for a school.
My son is now completing his freshman year and my daughter her seventh grade year.They have both been there since pre-k 4 year olds they have always done great because of great teachers who invest a lot of time and energy into teaching them.By far this is the best investment that I have ever made I have no doubt my kids are better off for attending Trinity.There students and staff are loyal and very much one big family.
My kids, my husband and myslef love this school. We were worried that they have combined grades (1st & 2nd together), but this hasn't been an issue. My son is in 2nd grade and there are only 15 total students in his class. He has plenty of 1 on 1 attention. My kindergartener is also thriving. They love going to school, their grades are wonderful. I love how they use positive reinforcement in the classrooms. Most of the kids there have been there for years - that should say a lot! Tuition isn't bad and you get a lot in return.