Clubs and Activities
Student life at Trinity is filled with opportunities for students to pursue their interests and grow as part of a dynamic school community. We strive to integrate the Word of God into all areas of a student’s life—spiritual, academic, athletic, and social. While school clubs vary from year-to-year, offerings have included elementary Book Club, secondary Coding Club, Student Government, Spirit Club, Young Life, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Bible studies, and more. To get a more in-depth look at student life at Trinity, visit our blog page where you’ll find weekly posts and videos.
Chapels and Community Service
Students enjoy a weekly interactive and age-appropriate chapel service. The students have their own praise and worship team and chapel speakers include pastors, missionaries, inspirational guests, and teachers. Students also participate in outreach projects in an effort to instill service to others in the name of Christ.
We believe in the importance of older students mentoring their younger counterparts. Several times during the school year, the mentors are paired with their younger “buddies” for academic, physical, or service activities on Mentor Monday.
Throughout the year, the school hosts social activities for our middle and high school students including bonfires, tailgates, a Turkey Tourney, a middle school dance, athletic banquets, and a high school Homecoming Dance and Prom.
Our students enjoy academic and social experiences when they travel on field trips designed to enhance and bring to life what the students are learning in the classroom. For example, 8th graders travel through the wild and wonderful state of West Virginia as part of their study of West Virginia history.