Welcome to Trinity Christian School where our goal is to prepare students to faithfully serve Christ, loving Him with all of their heart, mind, soul, and strength. It is our desire that each student will be equipped with a comprehensive college preparatory education while not compromising Biblical doctrine in a nurturing environment, all the while enjoying the many extracurricular activities that are available to our student population.
From academics to athletics all of our teachers are capable of assisting parents in the discipling of their children’s heart, coming along side them to reinforce Christian values and ideals.
Each Friday morning the school community gathers together for a time of worship.
Our Student Service Coordinator assists classes in organizing student service projects throughout the year. Students in grades 6 through 8 are required to complete 10 hours of service per year, and students in grades 9 through 12 complete 20 hours of service per year.
Math Teams are offered at the 5th/6th grade, Middle School, and High School levels; 4-H (grades 4, 5 and 6); Beta Club (Honor and Service society); Chess Team (6th-12th grades); Middle School Academic Club in spelling, geography, and history; High School Quiz Bowl Team, and Lego Robotics team for 4th-8th grades are also offered.
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Sleeping aboard the USS Yorktown corresponds to the students’ study of World War II. Students also visit the Charleston Aquarium.
Students travel to Kennedy Space Center in Florida for an overnight experience at Space Camp that goes along with their study of astronomy.
Georgia History students travel to our state’s capital, where they tour the Coca-Cola Museum, the Georgia Aquarium, the CNN Studios, and the state capitol building.
Trinity 10th graders travel to Williamsburg, Virginia, to learn about and experience life in Colonial America.
The culminating experience is a 2-week Europe trip that occurs every two years. The last few trips have included the nations of Italy, France, England, and Scotland. For a more extensive explanation of our Europe trip, please read our Europe Trip Rationale.
Trinity Christian School has been recognized as a National Beta Club School of Distinction. Our school’s chapter exists to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary students. To be invited to join the Beta Club at TCS students must demonstrate each of these characteristics.
Academic Achievement: Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement.
Character: Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful.
Leadership and Service: Developing leaders of tomorrow by demonstrating the Beta Club motto: Let Us Lead By Serving Others!
Chess Team is offered to students in grades 4-12. Students meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Lower school meets after school, and upper school meets during the school day to learn chess strategies and to play games in preparation for participating in chess competitions throughout the area.
High School Academic Club meets during the high school elective period twice a week. The purpose of this club is to prepare students to participate in the GICAA High School Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, History Bowl, Math Bowl, Quiz Bowl and other academic competitions throughout the year.
The TCS Lego Robotics team is for grades 4th-8th and participates in the First Lego League competition annually. Robotics is a fun and dynamic way of teaching engineering, problem solving, math, teamwork, and critical thinking. Each year the team is assigned a set of missions. The team must design, build, and program a Lego EV3 robot that will accomplish as many of the missions as possible in a set amount of time. In addition, each team is given a topic that they must research and create a presentation that is judged. In its first year (2007), the TCS Robotics Team (the “Trinity Techs”) won the first place trophy for Robot Performance and the second place trophy for Presentation at the Savannah Qualifier. In its second year (2008), the team won second place trophies for both Robot Performance and Presentation and advanced to the Super-Regional competition. In 2009 and 2013, the team advanced to the State competition.
TCS participates in the Georgia Independent Christian Arts and Academics association, which hosts a Literary competition each year. TCS Literary is open to all high school students and sends competitors in personal essay, narrative essay, argumentative essay, dramatic interpretation, humorous interpretation, extemporaneous speaking, solo piano, solo voice, trio, and quartet.
TCS fields math teams in grades 5-6, grades 7-8, and grades 9-12 (JV and Varsity). The teams compete in math meets both locally and regionally, and have included the Southeast Bulloch meet (grades 5-6), Armstrong Atlantic State University (grades 7-8), Georgia Southern University (grades 7-12), College of Charleston , Mercer University , and Greater Atlanta Christian School meets (JV and Varsity).
Middle School Academic Club meets during the middle school elective period twice a week. The purpose of this club is to prepare 6th-8th grade students to participate in the GICAA Middle School Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, History Bowl, Math Bowl, Quiz Bowl and other academic competitions throughout the year.
The student council may elect officers (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer) if they so choose.
The student council will meet as needed (at least once per month) to conduct its business.
The student council must have a faculty adviser, and any plans made by the student council must be approved by the upper school principal.