Although Holy Trinity Classical Christian School has a fairly young history, we are strong heartedly committed to the pursuit of truth, wisdom, scholastic excellence, and the love of learning as evidenced by our mission and statement of faith.
With the Holy Scriptures as the foundation for all they learn, our students will be ambassadors of the Kingdom of God, prepared to defend and advance the apostolic Christian faith.
The vision of Holy Trinity Classical Christian School is to equip our students to think critically, reason clearly, and communicate effectively the inerrant Word of God as it applies in all areas of life; to place prayer at the center of their lives as they develop a Biblical worldview; to master the tools of grammar, logic, and rhetoric in order to proclaim and defend the Gospel with clarity and commitment; and to send them into the world, prepared to advance the Kingdom of God, viewing life through the lens of Christianity.
Classical Christian education is a traditional approach to education that blends the curriculum and pedagogy of the seven liberal arts with the historic Christian faith in order to nourish the student’s body, mind, and soul on truth, goodness, and beauty so as to cultivate societal leaders characterized by wisdom, eloquence, and virtue.
In the traditional classroom, a knowledgeable, enthusiastic teacher carefully leads students into an understanding of each subject. Classrooms are quiet, orderly, and disciplined. Lessons are incremental, content is age-appropriate, and students learn the important skill of quality written work completed in a timely manner. Homework is moderate and is for the purpose of practicing or preparing for a lesson. The traditional classroom is consistent with human nature and the experience of many decades has demonstrated its superiority over the modern child-centered classroom.
Holy Trinity Classical Christian School is distinctly classical and distinctively Christian. The Word of God teaches that parents are ultimately responsible for raising and educating their children. Therefore parents will be integral parts of the education process in partnership with teachers imparting to the students the biblical, Christian worldview employing the “Trivium” methodology.