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Upper School students at Holy Trinity Classical Christian School develop their ability to reason and discern truth, presenting their ideas persuasively.

Caroline O’Neal (8th Grade)

Q: H​ow many years have you been at Holy Trinity?

A: The 2015­-16 school year is my third year at the school.

 

Q: W​hat are your favorite subjects?

A: I like classical studies, Christian studies, math and literature.

 

Q: What do you do at recess?

A: I’m not a big athlete so I enjoy talking and joking around with my friends.

 

Q: W​hen do you have chapel and what do you enjoy about it?

A: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays we have chapel in the Great Hall with Rev. Lawrence but on Tuesdays and Thursdays we have a 7th and 8th grade girls homeroom bible study with Miss Beasley and Mrs. Hinson. We have been studying the psalms and are now reading James. In chapel I have enjoyed learning about Elijah.

 

Q: W​hat’s your everyday schedule?

A: Morning chapel, Latin, English and Classical Studies and Science. Then lunch and recess, math, literature and specials.

 

Q: W​hat was your school like before coming to Holy Trinity?

A: I attended a large public middle school so coming to Holy Trinity was a big adjustment for me at first. Now I realize how much the quality of my education has improved with coming to Holy Trinity and how it’s been a lot easier to make genuine friends. Everything’s small scale compared to public schools and it allows me to know everyone personally instead of being strangers with people in my own grade.

 

Q: H​ow are you active in student life at Holy Trinity?

A: I’ve been in many of the Holy Trinity plays and programs throughout my time here. I even served as the stage manager for one spring play. Writing the student blog has also been a huge part of my school involvement. It really lets me connect with the rest of the students and get their input and feedback about the school.