Trinity’s curriculum is designed to provide a superior spiritual and intellectual environment for each student. Our college-preparatory program strives to present a Christian view of every subject and discipline. Students receive an academically challenging course of study with textbook selections incorporating the best curricula available while adhering to our Biblical convictions.
We operate on a 180-day school calendar; two semesters, nine-week grading scale.
|Bible: 4 credits (9-12)
English: 4 credits (9-12)
Fine Arts: 1 credit
Foreign Language: 2 credits (same language)
Health: 1 credit
Math: 4 credits
Physical Education: 1 credit
Social Studies: 4 credits
|Science: 4 credits
Electives: 3 credits
Italics indicate additional course offerings.
40 Hours of Community Service per year (9-12)
|Grade||Range (%)||GPA Value|
|English 9||History 9||Biology||Algebra I|
|English 10||History 10||Chemistry||Geometry|
|English 11||History 11||Earth and Space||Algebra II|
Dual Credit through Access/WVU and additional online classes are available.
Advanced Placement Courses
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP English Language
AP English Literature
AP Environmental Science
AP European History
AP US History
Additional AP courses are available online.
2001 (1); 2002 (1); 2003 (4); 2004 (1); 2005 (1); 2006 (4); 2007 ( 2); 2008 (3); 2009 (3); 2010 (1); 2011 (1); 2012 (3); 2013 (2); 2014 (1); 2017 (3); 2018 (5); 2019 (1)
*(scoring a 3 or higher on 3 or more AP exams)
AP Scholars with Honor**:
2013 (1); 2015 (1); 2017 (3); 2017 (3); 2018 (3); 2019 (2)
**(scoring at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, and scoring 3 or higher on four or more exams)
AP Scholars with Distinction***
2018 (1); 2019 (4)
***(scoring at least a 3.50 on all AP exams taken, and scoring 3 or higher on five or more exams)
National Merit Finalists:
2003 (1); 2005 (1); 2006 (1); 2010 (1)
Commended: 2008 (1)
ACT Scores – The class average 2019
(Trinity students are required to take the exam.)
|Trinity Avg.||State Avg. (WV)||National Avg.|
Matriculated Colleges and Universities
Alderson-Broaddus, Appalachian Bible College, Asbury University, Baptist Bible College, Baylor University, Belmont University, Bethany College, Bryn Mawr College, California University of Pennsylvania, Campbell University, Cedarville University, Cheshire Academy, Clemson University, College of Charleston (SC), Concord College, Covenant College, Davidson College, Davis & Elkins College, Domus Academy – Milan (Italy), Douglas J. Aveda Institute, Duke University, Eastern University, Elon University, Emory University, Fairmont State University, Garrett College, Geneva College, Glenville State College, Grove City College, High Point University, Hollins University, JNU – New Delhi (India), Lee University, Liberty University, Lipscomb University, Maine Maritime Academy, Marshall University, Mesa Community College, Messiah College, Midland College, Mon County Technical Education Center, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Mountain State College, Northwestern Medical School, OIC Training Academy, Oxford College of Emory, Patrick Henry College, Penn State – Fayette, Penn State University, Pierpont Community College, Purdue University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Robert C. Byrd Institute, Rush University, Salem International University, Savannah College of Art & Design, Shenandoah University, Shepherd College, Taylor University, United States Air Force Academy, University of Illinois, University of Pittsburgh, University of Tennessee, University of Toronto, University of Virginia, Valley Forge College, Virginia Military Institute, Wake Forest University, Washington & Jefferson College, Waynesburg University, West Liberty University, West Point Academy, West Virginia University, WVU Potomac State College, WVU Hospitial of Radiologic Technology, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Wheaton College, Wheeling Jesuit University
Of our graduates, 98% enter four-year post-secondary educational institutions.