On Wednesday, February 20th, Trinity seventh grade students enjoyed an in-depth view of Civil Rights history in the South with Christian School counterparts Briarwood Christian School, Restoration Academy, and Valiant Cross Academy. Valiant's Head of School Anthony Brock and his team coordinated the day's activities, which included VCA’s “Village” prayer service, a meet-and-greet, tours of Dr. King’s Dexter Avenue Church, the Kress building, the Rosa Parks Museum, the Peace and Justice Memorial and the Legacy Museum. Seventh grade Civics Instructor Kasi Parsons led the Trinity efforts in preparing for the event in concert with the seventh grade teaching team of Terri Sullivan, Carol Jackson and Scarlett Rowe.
Middle and Upper School Principal Mike Zavada stated about the event, “It has long been the desire of Mr. Anthony Brock and myself to gather our students together in learning partnerships. We have done this in Cyber Security and college preparation programs. This event today is part of the natural progression. Our students have so much to offer the students of Valiant Cross and in the same regard, they offer so much to our students. Montgomery becomes stronger when we build these great networks of learning. Today was a great opportunity to expand that network to Birmingham with new partners Briarwood Christian School and Restoration Academy. Today was a great day!”