November 2016 News

Trinity’s Day of Giving

#GivingTuesday is November 29. Take advantage of this global day of philanthropy to help Trinity reach its annual fund goal. We are asking all families to give $100 per family member in your household. Some can give more; some can give a portion. Whatever the amount, your gift helps us train our students to become the next generation of wise and loving Christian leaders.

Donate here.

You can also make a pledge here that will be due July 31, 2017.


Grandparents’ Chapels on November 22

Trinity’s Grandparents’ Chapels are a Thanksgiving week tradition. These special services offer an opportunity for grandparents and other family members to hear special music from our students as well as a message that brings the spiritual emphasis of the season into focus.

  • Upper School Grandparents’ Chapel is at 10 am, Tuesday, November 22, at Tates Creek Presbyterian Church.
  • Lower School Grandparents’ Chapel is at 1 pm, Tuesday, November 22, at Tates Creek Presbyterian Church.

Don’t forget about our annual bake sale that helps fund the senior class trip before graduation! You will find a huge selection of goodies available after each chapel service.


Archery Team Right on Target

From Andy Newman, Archery Coach:
Our first tournament is in the books, and Coach Miller and I could not be more proud of how our kids performed and conducted themselves at the range today. The boys and girls handled the pressure of the first ever competitive event for Trinity Archery with grace and confidence. We saw shooting as good and in some cases better than we’ve seen in practice during our first two weeks, and at the end of the day, that is as much as we can ask for.
Our team score for high school was 2928, and we did finish 4th out of the four high school teams at the event. But our score was competitive, and at the end of the morning session we held the lead. Wolfe Co. and Lee Co. came in this afternoon and shot lights out – they showed us where we want to be with our own program down the road. The takeaway here is that two weeks after not having an archery program at all, we stacked up pretty well against some good public school teams. Wolfe Co. also outscored us by a considerable margin at the middle school level, but we are nevertheless proud of our middle and lower school archers – they impressed with their poise and consistent shooting.
Joshua Blunt, 5th grade, achieved third place among elementary boys, bringing home the first trophy for Trinity Archery. He shot an amazing 251 for the day, an exceptional score for his experience level.
Below, you’ll find the link to see the entire tournament results. Click on “Results and Info,” and then “Individual Results” to see how the students performed. 

“Our Town” Tickets On Sale Now

Trinity Christian Academy’s Upper School presents Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.”

First produced and published in 1938, this Pulitzer Prize winning drama of life in the small village of Grover’s Corners has become an American classic and is Thornton Wilder’s most renowned and most frequently performed play.


Show times:

  • 7:30 pm, Thursday, November 17 – SOLD OUT
  • 7:30 pm, Friday, November 18 – (Just a few left)
  • 2 pm, Saturday, November 19
  • 7:30 pm, Saturday, November 19 – SOLD OUT

Space is limited. The play will be performed at StageBox Theatre off of Clays Mill Road. Purchase your tickets at


Register by Nov. 4 for Winter Sports

Last Week to Register for Winter Sports!

Friday, November 4 is the deadline to register for these programs. All students who wish to participate must register.

  • Archery (New) 4th-12th grades

  • 5th/6th grade Boys and Girls Basketball

  • MS Boys and Girls Basketball

  • Varsity Cheerleading 

  • Varsity Girls Basketball

  • JV-Varsity Boys Basketball

Please review the list of athletic fees. All fees must be paid by November 15 

Trinity Volleyball Dominates!

The Trinity Varsity Volleyball team brought home the state championship title last weekend… just like the JV team, and the middle school team earlier this season. We are so proud of our young ladies and their coaches!


Special congratulations to Sarah Witherington who won the KCAA Miss Volleyball honor after competing with several other students in the state. This award is based on athletics, academics, spiritual walk, and service.