One of our foundational principles at Trinity Christian School is the fact that God has entrusted parents to be the primary educators of their children. As a school, we see our role as that of a helpmate to parents in their divinely appointed job.
We therefore seek to support families and work closely with them. We depend upon and greatly value the input of parents as we seek to educate young people with excellence.
Here are the seminars provided for the Parents:
Shepherding A Child's Heart Seminar
On The Shoulders of Hobbits Seminar
Land's End - Preferred School Number: 900162702
Our Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) fosters a partnership between the school and the families of the students.
We at TCS want to align the relationship of the home and the school so that parents and teachers may cooperate in the training of the child. These united efforts will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education.
Trinity Christian School is thankful for the loving and caring parents within the school community. The parents of the school are a key part of the success of our school culture and it is the desire of the school to continue to stand shoulder to shoulder with parents in raising their children in the nurture of Christian principles.
All parents are members of PTF and encouraged to attend monthly meetings, participate in its activities, and support its purposes.
“Discipline your children, for in that there is hope.” Proverbs 19:18a
We are pleased to provide these recommended resources for parents:
Dorothy Sayer’s “The Lost Tools of Learning”
Dr. Christopher Perrin’s “Introduction to Classical Education”
Tedd Tripp’s “Shepherding a Child’s Heart”
Paul Tripp’s “Age of Opportunity”
ACCS's "Geronimo, Amen!" (movie on classical education)
Family Fellowship Opportunities
God has called us into fellowship with one another. Trinity Christian School, Trinity Church, and PTF work together to provide fellowship opportunities for families throughout the year.
For example, we have an annual Back-to-School Picnic, family potlucks, a golf fellowship, the K-12 Christmas Concert, and the Fine Arts Night.