At Trinity Christian School, it is an honor to come alongside parents and churches to encourage the spiritual life and continual growth of each student.
- We seek to educate the whole child for life. The teachers at Trinity Christian School are equipped to encourage student growth and maturity in every area of their life, including their spiritual life.For us, Spiritual Life means:
- We regularly and unashamedly communicate with God through prayer. We pray in our classrooms throughout the day. We desire to openly and intentionally acknowledge God’s presence, His work in our lives, and ultimately our dependence on Him (Phil. 4:6 – 7).
- We worship together weekly in chapel. We value the freedom and opportunity we have to worship collectively as a school. Elementary, Middle, and High School students regularly join together, respectively, in a time of communal worship and praise. This is also an opportunity to listen to God’s Word from a variety of sources and apply it to our lives (Heb. 12:28 – 29).
- We have daily Bible classes and a comprehensive Bible curriculum. Students explore the Bible’s context, geography, history, and culture. These all impact what the Bible meant to its original readers and therefore, how it speaks to us. Our curriculum studies Bible stories in light of how each story is centered and focused on Christ (John 5:39).
- We memorize Scripture. This is an integral part of the life of the Christian (Ps. 119:11; Joshua 1:8). It conforms us to the image of Christ (Matt. 4:1 – 11). Scripture is our weapon against the daily struggles of sin (Ps. 119:9; Eph. 6:17). It serves as a comfort during times of need (Prov. 25:11). It reveals the truth so that we can share it with others (John 8:32, 14:6, 17:17, 18:37). It is a means of communication with God by which He reveals Himself and His attributes to us (Ps. 103:8 – 14).
- We do everything with the aim to honor Christ. We are committed to Jesus Christ and His Word. As a result, every staff member is called to teach for God’s glory. Students engage in extracurricular activities, fine arts, sports, community service, and much more with the ultimate goal to exalt God through a relationship with Christ (1 Cor. 10:31).