The mission of Trinity Classical School is to partner with Christian parents and educate students through the Classical Christian model. The school’s foundation is the infallible Word of God, with the pursuit of excellence and the cultivation of leadership as the ultimate goals.
Our Mission is to covenant with Christian parents and educate children through the Christian Classical model. The school’s foundation is the infallible Word of God, with excellence as a minimum standard and the cultivation of leadership as the ultimate goal.
The Purpose of Trinity Classical School is to glorify God.
The Vision of Trinity Classical School is to educate the whole child by providing a distinctly Christ-centered education that instills a passion for knowledge and Truth.
Our Covenantal Commitment
Christian parents have both an opportunity as well as an obligation to the Lord to raise their children in a way that is pleasing to Him. Our covenantal commitment to our families creates an educational environment that enables our parents to fulfill their God given obligation.
For example, our admissions policy requires that each prospective student have one parent who professes faith in Christ and is actively involved in an evangelical Christian church. This policy creates a school which is comprised of families who are “on the same page” spiritually. This fact alone, which differentiates us from most other schools in North Georgia, is a huge benefit for the children and families of Trinity Classical School.
In addition to our admissions policy, our entire curriculum is consistent with our covenantal commitment to our families. Our parents experience a unique peace, which comes from their knowledge that the curriculum used by our faculty is consistent with their own Christian faith.
A third aspect of our covenantal commitment is our faculty itself. While being unparalleled in their abilities as professional educators, we believe they are also unparalleled in their personal commitment to Christ. Consequently, as they educate their students to become critical thinkers, our faculty does so in a way that exemplifies Christ.