Be our guest
Posted on April 27, 2016
The Trinity Drama department recently welcomed the surrounding community to be their guests for the Spring musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. By the time the performance was over, audience members felt less like guests and more like family. The entertaining show was warm, funny, lively, and sweet. The cast, comprised of middle and high school students and a few faculty members, had prepared for months and it showed!
In this enrollment season, the school is welcoming guests for Shadow Days, tours, and visits. We value the opportunity to meet new families to introduce them to our academic program and our driving mission of educating for life. If someone you know wants to learn more about Trinity Christian School, encourage them to give us a call and be our guest!
The cast, stage crew, directors, pit orchestra, and tech crew put on a tremendous show! Special thanks to all the parent volunteers and supporters without whom this production of Beauty and the Beast would not have been possible!
It was wonderful to have redshirt freshman Rob Dowdy from the WVU football team and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes be our guest for a secondary chapel where he shared his story with students.
In a continuing effort to reach out to the community, elementary/secondary class partners worked together to make blankets and tissue paper crosses for WVU Medicine Children’s. The crosses are being made to support the TCS Girls On The Run team’s Community Impact Project.
In a gesture of kindness, a group of sixth graders served snacks to the students working on the community service projects.
The third and tenth-grade partners took time out from their community service work for a small party. After teachers used piñatas as object lessons to teach spiritual concepts, the students had fun taking turns trying to break the piñatas.
It was a beautiful afternoon when the baseball team honored the senior players and celebrated their accomplishments! The team currently has an 11- 6 record with a full slate of games scheduled for this weekend.
Congratulations to our 4-member high school girls’ track team for placing second at the Mason Dixon Championships! Piper McLaughlin earned high point honors after placing first in the 400m, 800m, 1600m, and 3200m runs. Incredible job, ladies!
Many of our students traveled to Teays Valley Christian School last Friday for the regional ACSI Academic Day. The event attracts students from all grade levels representing Christian schools throughout the state of West Virginia for individual and group competitions including art, speech, and music.
Colorful drawings of first grade students’ churches and pastors decorate the main hall of the school.