Posted on September 3, 2015
West Virginians know the importance of digging deep. For years, coal miners from our state have earned their livelihood from going deep into the earth. It’s hard work and not for the faint of heart.
Mining the depths of an academic or spiritual discipline takes hard work as well. Our students are challenged daily to build upon the knowledge they acquired yesterday, last week, and last year. We want their roots to grow down deep so that their branches will spread out wide.
Work brings profit, but mere talk leads to poverty! ~ Proverbs 14:23 NLT
We are here to teach, guide, and remind them that the time and energy that they invest now will pay off in the years to come.
These young men aim to dig into God’s word by starting a weekly Bible study with their classmates. Please pray for them as they dig deep and reach out.
The sixth-grade class pilots the one-to-one device program, paving the way for future expansion.
Our student-athletes hone their skills through practice and perseverance.
The latest addition to the Trinity faculty, Mr. Roy Schneider will challenge his high school students to delve deeper into science and mathematics.
Students aren’t the only ones learning new things. Our faculty members receive training during Teacher In-Service days.
A recent visitor to Spanish class shared her experiences in reaching out as a missionary to the people of Argentina. In an effort to promote school unity while encouraging service, secondary and elementary classrooms partnered together for community outreaches.