Ken Howard, Superintendent
Johan Pot, Business Manager
Kalyn Pierson, Assistant Administrator
Susan Hilderbrand, Assistant Principal – Elementary
Inez Hill, Assistant Principal – Secondary
Teresa Barnett, Counselor
Beth Barill, Admissions Director
Kerry Woods, Financial Officer
Jeannine Kelley, Marketing/Communications/Finance
Teaching Staff: 33
Student/Teacher Ratio 10:1
The city of Morgantown is located in Monongalia County in north central West Virginia approximately eight miles from the Pennsylvania border. Morgantown is best known as being the home of West Virginia University.
Trinity Christian School Description
Trinity Christian School is a pre-kindergarten through grade twelve, college-preparatory, independent, interdenominational institution, committed to providing a life changing education, resulting in a Christ-centered world view. Trinity High School was founded in 1997, with grades seven through nine, with a grade added each additional year. The first class graduated in 2001. Trinity joined with Alliance Christian (elementary) School in 2005 and became Trinity Christian School. We are members of Association of Christian Schools International and State approved for Pre-K - 12.
Trinity Christian School's mission is to help accomplish God's purpose in the lives of students, teachers, staff, and parents as disciples of Jesus Christ resulting in a positive influence on our community, our nation and the world.
Pre-Kindergarten = 19
Elementary Students = 125
Middle School Students = 59
High School Students = 104
We are a member of the WVSSAC (West Virginia Secondary Schools Athletic Commission) and the OVAC (Ohio Valley Athletic Conference). We offer Volleyball (girls), Cross Country, Soccer (co-ed), Golf, Football, Basketball, Softball and Baseball.
At Trinity, there is a Christian view of every subject and truth. Our educational program is Christian in its essence, as evidenced in every classroom, as well as in the lives and thinking of our teachers. Curriculum is designed to provide a superior spiritual and intellectual environment for each student. Students receive an academically challenging course of study with textbook selections incorporating the best curricula available without jeopardizing our Biblical convictions.
We operate on a 180 day school calendar; two semesters, nine week grading scale.
|English: 4 credits (9-12)
Social Studies (4 credits):
- World History (9)
- Early American History (10)
- American History (11)
- Civics (12)
Health: 1 credit
Fine Arts: 1 credit
Bible: 4 credits (9-12)
|Math: 4 credits (Pre-Calculus needed for college)
Science (4 credits):
- Physical Science (9)
- Biology (10)
- Chemistry (11)
- Physics/ Environmental/ AP Chem (12)
Physical Education: 1 credit
Foreign Language: 2 credits (same language)
Electives: 3 credits
40 Hours of Community Service per year (9-12)
|| Range (%)
Advanced Placement Courses
Students are required to take the exam (percentages reflect the percent of students scoring a three or higher on the AP Exam).
English Language (09) - 100%
English Literature (10) - 93%
Chemistry (09) - 50%
Calculus AB (10) - 20%
AP Scholars* at Trinity:
2002 (1); 2003 (4); 2004 (1); 2005 (1); 2006 (4); 2007 ( 2); 2008 (3) 2009 (3) 2010 (1)
*(scoring a 3 or higher on 3 or more AP exams)
National Merit Finalists:
2003 (1); 2005 (1); 2006 (1); 2010 (1)
Commended: 2008 (1)
|State Avg. (WV)