Each Trinitas’ graduate-candidate will select a topic from one of the three Board of Governor’s approved tracks and write a thesis paper based on a thesis statement. The purpose of the paper is to be an instrument to evidence, in a single assignment, the fruits of a Trinitas Christian School classical and Christ-centered education.
The final thesis paper of the student is submitted to the Trinitas Board of Governors for evaluation and defense by the student. An oral presentation given by the student to an audience of the Trinitas family and invited guests, encapsulates the ideas, message, and worldview found in the written thesis paper, and demonstrates the student’s rhetorical skills.
Example thesis paper titles from Trinitas’ graduates can be reviewed below.
- Absolute Uncertainty: Modern Day Religion of Denial
- Rediscovering Genius: The Religion, Philosophy, and Science of Leonardo DaVinci
- Trinitarian Hospitality: A Little Litany for a Loving Life
- The Men Behind the Man: Washington’s Wisdom in a Multitude of Counselors
- The Gift of Suffering
- Phi and Fibonacci
- This I Promise You, and You, and You, and You: Recovering a Biblical View of Love, Marriage, and Divorce
- Seeing the Image of God through Technology
- The Role of Traditions in a Christian Wedding
- Unity through Art: A Christian Aesthetic