On November 6, 2004, Trinitas Christian School dedicated its building at 3301 E Johnson Avenue. Prior to moving into the present facility, Trinitas was graciously received at a local church. Today, Trinitas is at near capacity. Some of the annual events, such as the Night of Recitation, must be moved to a different venue so that all may attend.
With the thought of the present and future in mind, the Board established the Building Fund. Currently there is a debt of $1,500,000. Donations to this fund will help eliminate the debt, purchase adjacent property to the facility on Johnson Avenue, and secure facilities for expanding the school to Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties.
The purchase of the adjacent property will facilitate the development of the athletic fields for soccer/football, softball/baseball programs, and to provide necessary parking resulting from increased enrollment.
Since children come to Trinitas from the three counties in Northwest Florida, there has been a desire to secure facilities for sites in both Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties as well as maintain our Pensacola campus. Securing such facilities and starting programs in these areas, our aim “to graduate young men and women who think clearly and listen carefully with discernment and understanding; who reason persuasively and articulate precisely; who are capable of evaluating their entire range of experience in the light of Scripture; and who do so with eagerness, in joyful submission to God” would be further expanded.
An endowment is a permanent invested fund from which only income is spent. Looking to the future, the Board of Governors has established an endowment fund. In the future, as the endowment grows, income generated from the fund will contribute to Trinitas’ overall budget for financial aid, technology, faculty, and building needs.