“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”

Dear Parents,

This is an exciting time to be a part of the Trinity Christian School community. Did you know that we have a big birthday coming up? Our school will be turning 60 years old next fall and we believe that it’s something worth celebrating.
First of all, this shows to us that God has been so faithful to our school. From its inception, Trinity was birthed in faith that God would provide. Our founders believed that Christian education was of the utmost importance, should be accessible to families of all Christian backgrounds, and should be rooted in community. They also knew that it required many sacrifices to afford Christian education and they were willing to put their finances and time to work to see their vision come to fruition.

It is because of the sacrifices of countless families over the years that we exist and continue the mission of providing a strong biblical foundation to our students, while equipping them to use their talents and gifts for God’s glory. 

We believe and trust God that Trinity’s best days are ahead and desire to continue to move forward in faith. In order to do so, we need your continued partnership with us. Whether by committing to have your children continue at Trinity through the re registration process or by volunteering to serve on a committee, these actions will contribute to our flourishing. 

As part of our Strategic Plan, we are also well positioned for growth and our goal is to open at least 1 new class next year with the possibility of even more. In order to do this, we also need your help in spreading the word. Please consider reaching out to at least one or two friends who do not currently have their children at Trinity. Whether at your church or in your neighbourhood, we are convinced that there is someone in your contacts who needs Christian education for their family.

Together we can continue the good work that was started almost 60 years ago to ensure that the next generations will benefit from a strong foundation here at Trinity Christian School.

J-D Lussier, Principal