Trinity Christian Academy is a publically-funded alternative school within the Golden Hills School Division. Students are required to pay a fee of $250 ($125 for Kindergarten) to cover our faith-based resources within the school.
How does Trinity incorporate Christian learning into a school environment?
Morning devotions, prayer times and scripture memorization. Once a week, students will attend Chapel, where they will spend time in worship and hear a message delivered by either a staff member or a guest speaker from the community. Our goal is to provide a safe and inviting environment for students to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
Throughout the year, our students are offered the opportunity to discover who they are and nurture their God-given talents through weekly chapels, classroom devotions, our Impact Projects, and other Christian-based initiatives.
In Junior High, we aim to create a dynamic Christian environment where students learn while developing life-long relationships. Our Jr. High student groupings go on day hikes, overnight retreats, and camping throughout the year. These experiences offer fantastic opportunities for fellowship and where students can bond with staff and with each other.
For the Spiritual and Moral growth of the student, the school seeks:
To teach the Bible as God’s inspired Word and to develop attitudes of love and respect toward it.
-To teach the basic doctrines of the Bible.
-To develop a desire to know and obey the will of God as revealed in the Scriptures.
-To equip the student to carry out the will of God daily.
-To impart an understanding of each Christian’s place in the church and its worldwide task of witnessing and discipling.
-To develop the “Mind of Christ” toward godliness and sin, and to teach the student how to live an overcoming life through the exercising of self-restraint and consideration of others.