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Middle School Girl's Bible Study

The Middle School Girl’s Bible Study is for girls in grades 6-8. The Bible Study began in 2016 and is led by 18 Upper School girls. They meet biweekly throughout the school year at 7:30 AM in the New Gym. They start each morning with a breakfast provided by designated MS moms. Next, they gather in the New Gym where one Upper School leader presents a message. Then, they break into small groups. Each small group consists of 2 Upper School leaders and about 9 Middle Schoolers. The goal of small groups is to create accountability and friendships between the different age groups.

2019-2020 LEADERS:

12th - Melanie Beth Cawthon, Lauren LeGrand, Emma Pittman, Ellie Slawson, Miller Williams

11th - Mary Davis Bricken, Hollister Dorey, Emilyn Etheredge, Mary Elizabeth Hill, Lily Windham

10th - Ginny Herndon, 
Mary Alice Sasser, Elizabeth Ann Stewart, Katherine Warren
9th - Gray Brendle, Sarah Grace Merrill, Emma Kate Smith, Marley Smit

School Life @ Trinity

One world, one school, one family! Students from K4 to 12th grade regularly interact with one another, be it in pep rallies or in the classroom. Trinity’s one-campus atmosphere allows older students to encourage and mentor younger students. Whether it’s a varsity athlete high-fiving a first grader in the hallway or a fifth grader reading with a kindergartener, school life at Trinity is one of nurturing family. Lower school students often lovingly refer to upper school students as “the giants.”

The Trinity experience is not your typical school environment. Our students and faculty have done a great job fading, if not dissolving, stereotypical divisions. At Trinity, you can be an outstanding student, an accomplished athlete, and a talented artist or performer all wrapped into one. The school grounds and classrooms are safe and secure. We offer a nurturing environment where the focus is always on learning.

Among the great traditions of Trinity is the vitality of our parental support. Frequently, one will hear references to the “Trinity family.” While a widely used phrase in the world of education, at Trinity the word “family” is a hallmark. Parent volunteer organizations provide abundant opportunities to join the ranks and lend an all-important hand in the day-to-day operation of the school. Parents play a central role by partnering with teachers to create a caring and cohesive environment where children can achieve their fullest potential both academically and spiritually. Parents also play a role in serving the school through prayer, classroom support, field trips, lunch program, special events, and a variety of other activities.

Kingdom Keepers is a program that was conceived in 2011; and was designed to build relationships across grade levels. Fifth graders are partnered with kindergarten students at the beginning of the year and they meet in the library two to three times a month for activities. The library is also home to a “communication station,” which enables the students to correspond by mail on a weekly basis. This program allows kindergarten students to build relationships with upper classmen and carry these relationships throughout their career at Trinity and beyond.

The Kindergarten-Senior Buddy program is an opportunity for growth and connection between kindergartners and seniors. Each kindergartener is assigned one to two seniors.

Buddies get to know each other through events organized by the Senior Class Student Government Association. This program also allows kindergarten students to build relationships with upper classmen.
We feel what sets Trinity apart from other schools is its commitment to developing a well rounded child/student. This means not solely focusing on academics, but also each child’s spiritual, social, athletic, and artistic development. Years ago someone gave me this parenting advice. Raise your child to be the kind of adult you would want to be friends with. We feel this is what Trinity is doing. Our favorite part of Trinity is easily the faculty. We feel that they are daily teaching and applying the same values and standards that we do at home.

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