It’s time to save the date for the next Mosaic. The annual Mosaic event is an opportunity for all friends of Trinity School at Greenlawn to come together and celebrate something we love about our school. This year, we are celebrating YOU—our families. We hope you can make it on the evening of November 11th.
Sixth grade boys in Mr. Kwiatkowski’s class have been learning about the Beaver Wars. After realizing that the primary cause of this conflict was the European desire for hats which would serve as family heirlooms and signs of social status, the boys drove the point home by bringing in their own fancy headwear and having […]
Congratulations to our middle school boys soccer team (Team A)! They beat Bethany Christian 1-0 to win the HPC conference championship.👏
Experience what it is like to be a Trinity School student by joining us for a Visit Day this fall. Prospective students will meet current students, sit in on a variety of classes, meet teachers, and take part in other activities. We offer personalized schedules for students considering enrolling in grades 6-8, or grade 9 […]
Here are just a few examples of the beautiful student art that will be on display at the Winter Art Show tomorrow (Wednesday), January 25, at 7:00 p.m. Join us at the Greenlawn campus to see the full gallery of artwork by students in grades 6, 7, 8, and 11 who studied art during the […]
Congratulations to alumnus David Go upon his appointment to this newly created strategic leadership role at the University of Notre Dame. David Go graduated from Trinity School at Greenlawn in 1997. David Go appointed vice president and associate provost for academic strategy
We are looking forward to seeing all friends of Trinity School at the Mosaic Winter Soirée this evening at 7:00 p.m. As a reminder, this event is NOT being held on the Greenlawn campus, but at the People of Praise Center on Ironwood Drive, so be sure to double check your email invitation for the […]
Juniors gave a delightful and hilarious performance of Carlo Goldoni’s, The Servant of Two Masters, a timeless comedy of mistaken identities, love triangles, and slapstick. The full-length recording of the performance can be viewed on our YouTube channel here.
If you don’t believe that cookies can be works of art, these will convince you otherwise! Seventh and eighth grade girls in Mrs. Greene’s art class made these festive creations using watercolor painting techniques on sugar cookies with royal icing.