Trinity News
Trinity Christian School Students Qualify for 7th Grade Duke TIP
October 05, 2017

The following students qualified to participate in the Annual Duke University Talent Search for 7th grade.  The Duke University Talent Identification Program, also known as Duke TIP, was founded in 1980 and is dedicated to the cultivation and education of academically talented youth.  Eligibility for participation in the talent search is an honor requiring exceptional academic ability.  Students who qualify must score at or above the 95th percentile on the ITBS subtest or composite.

1st Row:  Brayden Loyd, Emma Sumner, Charley Rogers, Ty Orr, Mat Carswell
2nd Row:  Morgan Seales, Emma Leigh Lawrence, Makenzie Grooms, Elizabeth Sharkey, Trinity Wroneck, Blake Kendrick, Josh Kahrmann,
3rd Row:  Anna Smith, Lily Cate Williams, Britt Karoly, Kaitlin Dekowski, Reece Raymer, Emma Grace Pope, Cate Street, Hunter Lann, Carson Lee, Beau Stone, Mitchell McDaniel, Jack Polhill

TCS Honor Choir Announced
August 26, 2017

T.C.S. Honor Choir 2017-2018

4th Grade:

Abby Gillis

Kyndal Kyzer

Addison Kendrick

Mylee Wicker

Gia Somerhiser

Emma Fraser

Sydney Plaxico

Anna Beth Lawrence

Maddy George

Selah Lanton

Ansley Kilpatrick

Elise Jenkins

5th Grade:

Evan Donaldson

Cooper Dasher

Madelyn Dailey

Leah Hall

Returning 5th Grade:

Ashton Adams

Allie Baggett

Ambree Brown

Emily Butler

Sara Collier

Ryleigh Dial

Hampton Grosch

Ben Helton

Makinney Jackson

Kaleb Kennedy

Laney Ray

Coleman Rogers

Elizabeth Hill

Lauren Williams

Trintiy Jr. Beta Talent Team Wins 4th at National Convention
July 18, 2017

The Trinity Junior Beta talent team of, Leah Foskey, Riley Anderson, Emma Kate Williams and Zae Morgan, was recently awarded 4th overall at the 2017 National Junior Beta Convention in Orlando, Florida.  This group of talented dancers won the Georgia State title this past school year which qualified them for the national competition in June.  Congratulations to these girls on this achievement.