Trinity Academy (Portland, Oregon)

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Trinity Academy
Address
7424 North Mississippi Avenue

,
97217

United States
Coordinates45°34′36″N 122°40′34″W / 45.576773°N 122.676023°W / 45.576773; -122.676023Coordinates: 45°34′36″N 122°40′34″W / 45.576773°N 122.676023°W / 45.576773; -122.676023
Information
School typeClassical Christian
MottoTruth, Goodness, & Beauty
Religious affiliation(s)Christian - Ecumenical
Opened2011
Sister schoolTrinity Schools
Head of schoolJoannah Clark[1]
Student to teacher ratio1:10
Campus typeUrban
AffiliationsTrinity Schools
Website

Trinity Academy is a private classical Christian middle and high school located in north central Portland, Oregon The school was founded by Roman Catholic and Protestant Christians, though non-Christian students are welcome.[2] Trinity Schools licenses the Trinity School Curriculum to Trinity Academy.

History[edit]

Trinity Academy opened in 2011 with a ninth grade class of just five students.[3] Trinity Academy was founded by a group of Roman Catholic and Protestant Christian teachers, families, and donors associated with the family of Trinity Schools and the People of Praise Christian community.[4][5] Trinity Academy began operating at a facility owned by Northminster Presbyterian Church at 2823 N Rosa Parks Way in Portland, Oregon. In the summer of 2014, Trinity Academy relocated to a facility nearby to allow additional growth. The new location is at 7424 N Mississippi Ave., Portland, Oregon.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

All Trinity students participate in the fine arts. Music theory, performance and choir are all integrated into the curriculum. Art history, drawing, painting, and calligraphy are also offered. Students participate in athletics at local public schools and private clubs. Trinity Academy started a media club in early 2013 offering students a creative platform to develop media skills in film, photography, social-media, and other related media platforms. Many of the students participate in summer service projects, such as the Compassion Connect sponsored Compassion North Portland at the local public Roosevelt High School. Students also have frequent field trips such as sailing on the Columbia and Willamette River as well as touring local farms and urban infrastructure projects integrated into the natural sciences program.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-01-23. Retrieved 2013-03-06. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) "OSAA"
  2. ^ "Mission". Trinity Academy. Retrieved 2016-07-01.
  3. ^ Trinity Academy in Portland Opens. "Portland - Trinity Academy", Catholic Sentinel, Portland, 14 September 2011. Retrieved on 2 March 2013.
  4. ^ Trinity Academy to Begin This Fall in Vancouver-Portland. "Trinity Academy to Begin This Fall in Vancouver-Portland", People of Praise News, Portland, 16 June 2011. Retrieved on 2 March 2013.
  5. ^ "People of Praise"

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