Trinitas Christian School congratulates Misses Karen Shull and Leah Strickler and Masters Colby Gilley, Brett Pardue, Jerry Stout, and Ian Uranga for being named All Conference Volleyball and Soccer players respectively for the Panhandle Christian Conference 2014 season. Well done, Knights!
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In the second overtime with a second round of penalty kicks, the Knights Soccer Team beat the Central Saints at Central Christian School in Robertsdale, Al to win the West Regional Championship game of the Panhandle Christian Conference. The victory came after a 1-1 tie during regulation play. The Knights beat their first opponent, Aletheia Christian School, Friday to advance to the winners bracket of the tournament. Congratulations gentlemen!
Master Colby Gilley, a Trinitas junior and goalie of the team, was named most valuable player of the game.
The Knights will face Emmanuel Christian School Friday, October 17th at 3:00pm in the Panhandle Christian Conference Championship game one match. The winner of this game will advance to play Saturday, October 18th at 10:30am; the loser plays at 9:00am. Aletheia Christian School in Pensacola, Fl is hosting the tournament. Go Knights!
Trinitas Christian School senior, Master Jon Adler, was named a semi-finalist in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). On September 10, 2014, officials announced approximately 16,000 names of academically talented high school seniors that now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for 7,600 scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Master Adler will now complete the application process which will include his academic, service, leadership, and extracurricular records and an original essay. National Merit Scholars will be chosen from about 15,000 that will be designated finalists after applications are received. Trinitas congratulates Master Adler and his family on this stellar achievement.
Trinitas Christian School senior, Khristian Trotter, won second place in the National Chrysostom Competition sponsored by the Association of Classical and Christian Schools (ACCS). Master Trotter will present his speech, The Test of Fairyland: Flight into Freedom or Race from Reality, at the annual ACCS conference to be held this year in Orlando, Florida. The distinction also earned him a $500 award and expenses paid trip to the Orlando conference. Congratulations, Master Trotter! Trinitas is so proud of you.
The Five Flags Fiesta 5k was the running club’s final race for this school year. Twenty three students and parents completed the race this Saturday with thirteen runners placing in the top three of their respective age groups.
5K race runners:
Isaac Hennessey 1st place
Emma Todd 1st place
Kurtis Shull 3rd place
Jillian Todd 3rd place
Molly Krulak 1st place
Grant Henry 1st place
Zachary Croley 2nd place
Caleb Price 3rd place
Rachel Payne 2nd place
Karin Shull 3rd place
Coach Tif Henry 2nd place
Mr. Dean Craig 3rd place
10k race runner:
Ben Noland 2nd place
Grant Henry was the first male and Molly Krulak was the first female to cross the finish line for Trinitas. Wonderful job, runners! Go, Knights!!!
Winners in the 2013-2014 Trinitas Art Contest were awarded Friday, March 28th during the Trinitas Christian School morning meeting. Our independent judge this year, Mr. Christian Hemme, graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Visual Arts from Pensacola Christian College. Trinitas wishes to thank Mr. Hemme for his efforts in choosing the best of the student submissions. Our young artists were showcased at the 2014 Music Recital and Art Presentation and are as follows.
Flattered by Sarah Fletcher
The Wolf by Sarah Fletcher
Bunj Al Arab by Joshua Gardner
Bobby Lee IV by Sean McGee
J. Crew Blues by Lidia Dunayeva
Grandmother’s Doll by Abigail Gardner
A Day after Riding by Emma Todd
Safe on the Sound by Elisabeth Mendez
Flowers and Lady Bugs by Madison Payne
7th – 12th Grade
Rock Star by Jon Adler
Reflections by Alexandra Johnson
Twisted Sunset by Jillian Todd
Presents for All by Lucas Benoit
Reflections by Alexandra Johnson
Tea for Two by Jazmyn Quarells
Trinitas alumnus, Master Seth Payne, class of 2011, was recently awarded a Foundation Study Abroad Scholarship from the University of West Florida (UWF) Office of Diversity and International Education and Programs. He has chosen to study in Finland the summer of 2014. Master Payne has been invited to share stories from his experience at the Study Abroad Symposium during International Education Week in November at UWF. Congratulations, Master Payne!
Twenty-six runners competed in the 26th annual Azalea Trail Run in Mobile, Al. Two runners, Zachary Croley and Alexandra Johnson, completed their first 5k race. The following runners were awarded for a top 10 place in their age group:
Male 0-9: Isaac Hennessey 1st place
Male 10-14: Parker Gilley 3rd place, Knox Williams 10th place
Male 15-19: Ben Noland 1st place, Zachary Croley 4th place
Female 40-44: Coach Henry 10th place
Ben Noland and Alexandra Johnson were the first male and female to cross the finish line from Trinitas. Isaac Hennessey, Ben Noland, Caleb Price, and Grant Henry set new personal records. Congratulations to all our Knights.
The final 5k race for the running club 2013-2014 season is Saturday, May 3rd at the Five Flags Fiesta run in Pensacola! Thank you, Knights fans, for your support!
Friday, February 28th Trinitas Christian School hosted the One Blood mobile blood center and collected 25 pints of blood from students, parents, and staff. Approximately 75 lives will be saved due to the generosity of these individuals.
Mary Proffit Kimmel, a Trinitas Christian School alumna and English major at Hillsdale College was selected as the college’s Senior Woman of the Year. Hillsdale seniors nominate three students from whom the faculty and staff vote for the honoree. This distinction is bestowed upon a woman of high moral character, scholarship, and stewardship. After graduation, Miss Kimmel intends to teach, work in marketing, or work in public relations. According to the Hillsdale Collegian, “She is a member of the Honors Program, Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, and the math, classics, and literature honoraries. During her time at Hillsdale she sang in chamber choir and volunteered at The Manor, a home for abused and handicapped kids. She works at Jitters and teaches Latin at the Hillsdale Preparatory School.”
The Trinitas family congratulates Miss Kimmel and her family on this distinction.