On Friday, April 26th the Trinitas family celebrated the soccer team’s championship with a banner raising during Morning Meeting. Mr. Ken Trotter presented the senior, team captains Tim Holland and Reed Bell the banner to hang in a place of honor in the Grand Hall while the soccer team, coach Charlie Griffith, and the Trinitas family cheered.
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Make plans to attend our spring play, Snow White (by J.Michael Straczynski) presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. Tickets are on sale now in the office for all shows: Friday, May 3rd at 7PM, Saturday, May 4th at 2PM and 7PM; adults $5, children 12 and under $3. Historically, our Friday and Saturday evening performances sell out so don’t wait to the last minute to purchase your tickets. You won’t want to miss this exciting event!
Trinitas was well represented this past Saturday at the 6th annual Runfortheirlives 5k on Pensacola Beach. Thirty-one runners participated in rather humid conditions, finishing this race victoriously! Of the thirty one runners, ten received awards for placing in the top three of their age group while several runners set a new personal record.
Beating their personal best times were Blake Schroeder, Lanae Arena, Phillip Myers, Mrs. Deborah Hughes, Kate Hughes, Kiera Woods, Garrett Woods, and Grant Henry.
The award winners in their age groups are:
- Emma Todd 1st place and Catherine Zepp 3rd place ( female ages 1-11)
- Knox Williams 1st place ( male ages 1-11)
- Ben Noland 1st place, Parker Gilley 2nd place, Hayden Hill 3rd place (male ages 12-15)
These gentlemen swept their age group taking home awards in all three places!
- Sarah Hadding 1st place ( female ages 16-19)
- Bennett Williams 2nd place ( male ages 16-19)
- Coach Tif Henry 3rd place (female ages 40-44)
- Coach Charlie Griffith 3rd place ( male ages 40-44)
Congratulations, Knights, for a race run well!
Thirty-five members of the Trinitas family volunteered to donate blood or platelets at the annual blood drive. Northwest Florida Blood Center brought a large bus to accommodate Trinitas teachers, students, parents, and friends. Thank you to all who donated and to the Northwest Florida Blood Center for serving the Pensacola Community.
It is with great pleasure we announce the purchase of the land adjacent to Trinitas from our neighbor, Mr. Bob Schlitt. We have had the honor of using the property for the last few years as a parking lot, and do not plan any immediate improvements thereon. We thank God for His provision in allowing us to expand and for the possibilities this new acquisition brings. Praise be to God!
Thursday, April 11th, Miss Alexandra Carroll, of the Trinitas Christian School senior class, accepted a full Presidential scholarship to Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama. In a formal signing with Ms. Michelle Johnson of Huntingdon College, Alexandra became an official Huntingdon volleyball scholar athlete. Miss Carroll’s mother, Nanette Carroll, her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goulet, Trinitas administration and teachers, Varsity Volleyball Coach John Strickler, volleyball team members, senior class members, and friends attended the formal signing ceremony in the Trinitas Christian School library. Congratulations, Alexandra.
Eleven members of the Trinitas Running Club placed in their age groups at the Circle K 5K which was run on Saturday, March 2nd at Pensacola Beach. Out of 361 runners, Bennett Williams and Ben Noland placed in the overall top 20. The Trinitas group of 54 runners included students, teachers, parents, and alumnae. Top Trinitas finishers in their respective age groups were:
- Emma Todd (1st), Catherine Zepp (2nd) in the female 1-9 age group
- Knox Williams (2nd), Reice Griffith (3rd) in the male 1-9 age group
- Benjamin Noland (3rd) in the male 10-14 age group
- Rachel Payne (2nd), Sarah Hadding in the female 15-19 age group
- Bennett Williams (2nd) in the male 15-19 age group
- Kandace Trotter (2nd) in the female 20-24 age group
- Tif Henry (3rd) in the female 40-44 age group
- Libby Krulak (3rd) in the female 45-49 age group
Congratulations to all Trinitas runners. The Trinitas family would like to extend a special thanks to Coach Henry for her dedication to the club.
On Friday, February 22nd, Trinitas Christian School enjoyed the tremendous honor of hosting Dr. George Grant at our Evening of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty, as well as during the day with our student body. Dr. Grant began Friday morning exhorting us to the patience of Elijah during our school family devotion; continued encouraging our young men during a father and son lunch to be stalwart like Teddy Roosevelt; and then completed the day with his public lecture, “Where do we go from here: Building A Culture of Grace,” where he exhorted attendees not to grow weary as they seek to be salt and light in the midst of their communities, reclaiming the culture for Christ. Dr. Grant’s passion for Christ is coupled with a great love for classical Christian education, and his faithful encouragement is never lost on parents and educators alike. For those who missed any of the day’s events, we will have DVD’s available for purchase. See the front office.
The Trinitas Christian School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted six new members at a ceremony Friday, January 25th:
Master Jon Adler
Master James Craig
Miss Lidia Dunayeva
Miss Hannah Gregg
Miss Sarah Hadding
Miss Rachel Payne
Mr. Joshua Gibbs, as faculty advisor, encouraged the new and returning members in his speech to meditate on the true, noble, just, pure, lovely, and things of good report (Philippians 4:8), not on man's empty praise (from "Be Thou My Vision").