Next Titan Talk - March 5

Parents, students, and teachers are invited to join us at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 5, at Daily Offerings on Malabu Drive in Lexington.

What is it that actually distinguishes classical education from the current public model? In his treatise on classical education, Dr. E. Christian Kopff contends that, “A society without educated citizens will collapse in times of crisis and will wither away in times of ease and prosperity. Simply put, a civilization without educated citizens will cease to be civilized.”

Classical education does not merely differ in content of information, but especially in intent of formation. Antiquity and Christianity both agree that the purpose of education has far more to do with how to live a virtuous life rather than how to make a living, how to serve your neighbor’s interests rather than how to only serve your own interests, how to leisure in the infinite rather than toil in the finite. It is certainly worth our while to entertain that model of education which has quietly labored in the background of the church’s most venerated theologians, from Augustine to C.S. Lewis. To this, our evening discussion will be dedicated.


Ami Williams
Priority Reenrollment – Don’t Lose Your Spot!

Our priority reenrollment period is now open and runs through February 15. Reenrolling by this date guarantees your spot and allows us to carefully balance class size and address any hiring needs. Following this deadline, you may reenroll if there is space remaining, but you will incur an additional charge.

To reenroll, follow the link in the email you received with the title beginning, “Trinity Christian Academy Fall 2019 – Spring 2020,” or log in to your TADS account and select the reenrollment registration option.

More details about reenrollment can be found in the email from Robert Cunningham that went out on January 11.

Have Another Child Ready for Trinity?

Siblings of current Trinity students have admissions priority, but only if their applications are submitted before a class is full. To put in an application, log in to your TADS account and select the Admissions tab, or click here and log into your current account when prompted.

If you have questions, please contact Tory Tanaka in Admissions: 271-0079 x222, or ttanaka@trinitylex.org.  

Paul Adams
Parent Seminar on Bullying

In mid-January, Trinity will have special guest speaker, George Halitzka, who will host a student assembly at the Upper School and a parent seminar to address our society’s increasingly prevalent issue of bullying and cliques. As the definition and characteristics of bullying change, we recognize the need to stay ahead of the problem. These events will help students, parents, faculty, and administrators recognize, address, and offer support to those who could be impacted by bullying.

Monday, Jan. 14, 6:30 p.m. – All School Parent Presentation on Bullying (at Upper School)

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2:30 p.m. – Upper School Student Assembly on Bullying and Cliques

For more information on George, visit www.dramabygeorge.com.

For national statistics on bullying, visit https://www.stopbullying.gov/media/facts/index.html#stats.

Paul Adams
Chili Cook-off and Talent Show

Parent-Board Fellowship: Chili Cook-off and “Trinity’s Got Talent”

Trinity will host our Annual Parent-Board Fellowship and Chili Cook-Off on Thursday, Jan. 31, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. After the Board update, we will watch some of our talented students perform in “Trinity’s Got Talent!”

Students in grades 4-12 are invited to audition as a group (recommended) or individual. Auditions will be Friday, Jan. 11 in the Music Room at the Lower School campus. Please sign up for an audition here

To sign up to bring chili or another food item, please sign up here.

Paul Adams
Father Daughter Dance

Save the Date!

Make plans for our annual Father Daughter Dance from 6:30-9 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Lower School. Mark your calendars and watch for more details soon! 

Paul Adams
Spirit Weeks at St. John & Myers

Are you shopping for jewelry this holiday season? Or do you have some jewelry that needs repaired? This is the perfect time to visit St. John & Myers Jewelers! They are hosting two Spirit Weeks for Trinity, and 15% of all purchases and repairs will go to Trinity. All you have to do is show the flyer on paper, on your phone, or mention Trinity!

St. John & Myers Spirit Weeks flyer

St. John & Myers is the only jeweler in Central Kentucky with expertise in antique and period jewelry, custom design, and restoration of antique jewelry.

Shop in-store:
198 Moore Drive, Suite 104, Lexington KY 40503
Open: Wednesday – Saturday, moon to 4:00 p.m.

Also shop online:
www.SJMGold.com (click SHOP NOW)

Paul Adams