Colby ChrysostomMaster Colby Gilley was presented the Golden Mouth Trophy as winner of the 2016 Trinitas Christian School Chrysostom Competition.  Master Gilley will submit his speech entitled “Lifting Our Eyes to the Hills: A Resurrection of Romanticism” to the Association of Classical and Christian School’s National Chrysostom Competition where he will vie for a scholarship and chance to present at the conference to be held this summer.

Miss Bekah Hubbell was honored with second place for her speech, “Ears to Hear: How God Uses the Power of Story”. Head of the Logic and Rhetoric Schools, Joshua Butcher, described this year’s competition as the most difficult to judge because of the richness of the content and the eloquence of the speakers.  Congratulations to all of our student winners and their families.

Speeches for all our winners and finalists are available on:

Chrysostom Competition