Trinity School at Greenlawn provides an education for seventh through twelfth grades that is at once disciplined and creative, intellectual and moral, an education firmly planted in the soil of the Christian tradition. Small, single-sex classes, humanities seminars, advanced math and science programs, and a focus on the fine arts make for a rich and rigorous educational experience.
Trinity's advanced curriculum is well-balanced in the sciences, humanities and fine arts. All students learn how to computer program using MATLAB, a college-level language. All students act in plays, sing and create visual art. All high-school students take a daily, two-hour humanities seminar, which integrates history, philosophy and literature. Trinity offers all students training in writing expository and analytically essays. Additionally, all students take four years of Latin.
The mission of Trinity Schools is to impart basic ordered knowledge about the world and to train students in basic intellectual skills and qualities of mind so that they might be of use to God in the wise care and governance of his creation and in the building of his kingdom. We accomplish this by establishing a culture marked by the discovery of truth, the practice of goodness, the creation of beauty, and the development of intellectual and aesthetic habits of mind. Trinity School is a community of learners characterized by the rigorous exploration of reality, the free and disciplined exchange of ideas, and active participation in the fine arts.
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