All grade levels use several opportunities each year to complement their curriculum through hands-on learning experiences. In addition to the trips and special days listed below each class visits Isothermal Community College for various plays and musicals.
Trinity Christian School’s Read-a-thon is a much anticipated and much loved annual event. It energizes our students for reading, brings exciting guest speakers to our campus, and gives our Trinity family and friends a remarkable opportunity to support and promote reading.
Each November we are honored to have our grandparents join us on campus for Grandparent’s Day. During this day the grandparents spend time in the classrooms, enjoy a presentation by the student body, and have lunch with their grandchildren. It is a wonderful day to share with our grandparents the many blessings that God has given us.
At Trinity we are so thankful for the pastors who serve our families and help teach our children to become spiritual leaders. We show our appreciation for all they do by inviting them to join us on campus for a Pastor Appreciation Day. The pastors come for part of the day and have the opportunity to visit classrooms, have refreshments, and fellowship together.
Trinity Christian School has a unique Field Day experience! Our students in pre-school-8th grade are heterogeneously grouped to represent one of the twelve tribes of Israel. Field Day is looked forward to and anticipated all year long. The day consists of relay competitions between the students who are on split into different tribes. Each tribe has a tribe leader, which is a faculty member. The students and teachers let loose and enjoy competing against one another by using their abilities in a Christ-centered way.
At the end of the day, a trophy is presented to the tribe with the most points! It’s a special day at TCS!
- Field Trip to Lone Mountain Farm
- Community Helpers unit includes field trips to the Post office, Library, Hospital, and Grocery Store
- Community Helpers Day- students dress as their favorite community helper
- Nursery Rhyme Day-students dress as their favorite nursery rhyme character
- Science Made Fun Day
- Dr. Seuss Day
- 100th Day Celebration
- Field trip Sky Top Apple Orchard
- Field Trip to KidSenses Children’s Museum
- 100th Day Celebration
- Charlotte’s Web County Fair Day- This special day gives the children the opportunity to dress as their favorite character from the book and participate in traditional fair activities.
- Field trip to Hollywild Zoo
- Field trip to Bostic Lincoln Center
- Field Trip to Carl Sandburg Home
- Field trip to Schiele Museum
- Cowboy Day-Students dress as cowboys to learn more about the western settlement
- Pajama Day- This is a fun day for students to spend lots of time reading
- Field trip to Cherokee-Oconaluftee Indian Village and a settler’s home at the Oconaluftee Visitors Center
- Field trip to South Mountain Christian Camp for the S.E.E.D.S. program (Students Experiencing, Exploring, and Discovering Science)
- Field Trip to Strawberry Hill to learn more about plants and agriculture
- Little House on the Prairie Day-on this special day the students eat, dress, and play games from the “Little House” time period
- Biography Day-students have the opportunity to learn about and dress up as their favorite historical character
- Rain Forest Presentation Day- After learning about an animal indigenous to the rain forest, students create a model of the animal and present information to the other students
- Combined field trip with 5th grade to Charleston, SC via coach bus for an overnight visit to Fort Sumter, the Naval Museum at Patriot’s Point, Aquarium, and a boat ride to Capers Island.
- Field Trip to South Mountain Christian Camp for the S.E.E.D.S. program (Students Experiencing, Exploring, and Discovering Science)
- Combined field trip with 4th grade to Charleston, SC via coach bus for an overnight visit to Fort Sumter, the Naval Museum at Patriot’s Point, Aquarium, and a boat ride to Capers Island.
- Field trip to R.S. Central High School for Soil and Water Conservation Day
- End-of-Year Field Trip
Each year the middle school students take an end-of-year trip to various locations. A portion of the trip gives the students an opportunity to serve others while the remainder of the trip is a fun, educational experience. Past trips have included Washington D.C., New York City, Florida, and Williamsburg, Virginia.
Trinity’s yearbook staff is composed of our 8th grade students. The students have the opportunity to use writing, technology, interviewing, and photography skills to put together a yearbook that is a collection of many wonderful memories.