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Etiquette Lunch for 8th graders

Every year, our 8th grade students learn about table manners and etiquette. Then they get to participate in a special lunch to practice their skills! They filled out RSVPs, set their own table, and practiced table manners and conversational etiquette. Here are some photos from this year’s event. 



Fall Festival – October 21

Our annual Fall Festival is from 1-4 pm, Saturday, October 21, at the Lower School. Do not miss out on this Trinity family event with live music, inflatables (including an obstacle course), pie eating contest, sack racing, horses, angora rabbits, prizes, yummy food, and more! 

We are also in need of many volunteers! Please consider donating your time for an hour to help make the Fall Festival a success! This time counts towards your volunteer service hours. Sign up here

Trinity Entrepreneur Group Recognized

Did you see this mention of Trinity Upper School students winning the regional trophy for the Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurial Challenge? Kentucky Living magazine recently highlighted the competition and included a picture from the Trinity team, which included Jonathan Tanaka, Preston Crouch, and Zach Kirkendall.  

They created an upstart niche marketing company, called Zora, and presented their business plan in front of the Governor, Lt. Governor, and a panel of local Entrepreneur judges last spring.  A special thanks goes to parents Mark Tanaka and Chad Crouch for serving as the team’s Business Mentors!

Click here for a look at the article.

Homecoming Court 2017

The attendants for Homecoming Court have been announced!

Each class (9th-12th grades) voted for their own class representatives. The freshman, sophomore, and junior classes have two attendants each. The senior class has three male and three female attendants, and the students will select the Homecoming King and Queen from the senior attendants.


Seniors: Michael Feller, Benjamin Waters, Caleb Valentine, Addie Yates, Ellie Kinnicutt, and Elena Joos

Juniors: Daiyanna Montgomery and Nicholas Gettelfinger

Sophomores: Will Doty and Bailey Coffman


Freshmen: Abigail Gay and Jacob Leach

Homecoming 2017

Trinity Christian Academy is hosting a homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 7. It will be a great day packed with athletics events, tailgating, a dance for current high school students, and a dinner for Trinity alumni.

Here is a schedule for the day:

  • 10 am – Tailgating Set-up (Lower School parking lot)
  • 11 am – Staff/Parent/Alumni Soccer (to participate, contact 
  • 1 pm – JV Volleyball
  • 1:30 pm – Varsity Soccer
  • 2 pm – Varsity Volleyball
  • 3 pm – JV Volleyball
  • 4 pm – Varsity Volleyball
  • 7 pm – Homecoming Dance for current 9th-12th graders (more information)
  • 7 pm – Alumni Dinner at Ramsey’s Diner (151 W. Zandale Drive) (more information)

The week leading up to Saturday, Oct. 7, will help set the tone for the festivities with Spirit Week at the Lower and Upper  Schools. Students can dress for each day’s theme, and then the Upper School students will enjoy a Pep Rally on Friday afternoon.

Congratulations to Upper School Students

Congratulations to a few of our Upper School students for being recognized in the Lexington community for leadership and academic excellence!

Jonathan Tanaka (11th grade) was selected to participate in the Lexington Leadership Youth Program.

These seniors were selected for the Youth Salute program: Allington Bowling, Bailey Cowen, Elena Joos, Ellie Kinnicutt, Nicholas Rowe, and Haidyn Williams. 

Meet Our School Board

Would you like to learn more about the members of the Trinity School Board and possibly even get involved in a committee? Read more about our Board Members, and learn about the committees that serve our school and how you can get involved.


“Two Buck Club” at Upper School

Our Upper School students are no strangers to giving to others. They participate in service projects and give to special offerings throughout the year.

Right now, our “Two Buck Club” is underway, where students bring $2 to Chapel for the next two weeks to support these organizations:

– September 6 – Kentucky Refugee Ministries.  We are raising money to purchase school supplies.

– September 13 – Titans for Togo.  We would like to raise $600 to send two students to our partner school in Togo.  This amount covers the cost of books, uniforms, and fees.

Remind your student to bring $2 (or more!) on these Chapel days.

Jonathon Waterman at U.S. Chapel

Contemporary Christian artist Jonathon Waterman will perform at Upper School Chapel on Wednesday, Sept. 13, from 2:15-3:15 pm. The community of Trinity Christian Academy is invited to hear this up-and-coming artist perform. 

Jonathon was born in Des Moines, Iowa, and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. After graduating from university in Springfield, Missouri, where he majored in music and law, he moved to Nashville to continue music full time. His first EP, “Back to Music,” was released in 2011 and soon gained recognition in the US and on an international level. In December of 2012, Jonathon recorded his second EP, “Between.” This EP released worldwide on January 29, 2013, reaching #10 on iTunes singer/songwriter charts. Jonathon has now turned is attention to Contemporary Christian music. He released his first Christian EP “Run to You” in early 2014. 

Save the Date: All School Picnic

Mark your calendars for our annual All School Picnic!

5:30-7:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 8, at the Lower School

This is a wonderful community-building event for families from both campuses. Paper goods and fried chicken will be provided. Please help by bringing one of these side dishes to share:

A-F: Dessert

G-P: Salad dish

R-Z: Vegetable dish

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