Trinity Baptist School exists as a ministry of Trinity Baptist Church to assist families with the education of their children. Our mission is to train and inspire servant leaders through exceptional Christ-centered educational programs.
We celebrate more than forty years of Christian educational leadership and look forward to the next forty years as we strive to take our students to new levels of academic and spiritual excellence.
To see each student trust Christ as his/her personal savior and then to follow Christ as Lord of his/her life. Luke 9:23
To instill in each student a love for God and a personal sense of responsibility to be all He wants him/her to be. Proverbs 3:5-6
To assist in developing habits of daily Bible reading and memorization as well as prayer time in each student. Psalm 119:97
To direct each student in the process of developing Christ-like character and actions. Romans 12:12
To prepare each student to be successful as measured by God’s standards, not the world’s. Joshua 1:8
To instill in each student love and honor for home and parents. Ephesians 6:1
To prepare each student for spiritual leadership in school, home, church, community, state, nations, and the world. I Timothy 4:12
To provide a wholesome place where students can develop socially by making friendships that will bring them closer to the Lord.
To develop within each student a Christian worldview and a Christian philosophy of life. I Corinthians 1:30-31
To provide each student with opportunities for developing skills necessary to prepare for college and fulfill specific career goals.
To develop leadership skills by giving students responsibility in classes and other student organizations. Matthew 24:45-47
To offer a wide variety of academic classes in order for each student to become a well-rounded individual in order to better serve God.
II Peter 1:5-7
To teach each student thinking skills that will enable him/her to meet intellectual challenges. Proverbs 23:12
To enhance the student’s overall analysis and critical thinking skills. Ephesians 5:15-17
To teach each student to take responsibility for his/her actions, words, and choices. Matthew 12:36
To stimulate each student to strive for excellence in all areas of involvement. Ecclesiastes 9:10
To motivate each student to master the tools of learning and communication. Proverbs 13:3
To offer opportunities to participate in wholesome forms of instructional time for physical skills and athletics. I Corinthians 6:19
Who We Are
As a college preparatory Christian school, Trinity seeks to provide students with the opportunity to receive a solidly academic education with a Christian worldview while teaching respect for God, parents, and the church.
We exist to assist families with the education of their children. We strive to teach respect for God, parents, and the church, and build character by stressing the importance of a godly life, love of country, self-control, and a desire for excellence in every pursuit. We encourage our students to be grounded in the principles of God's Word and demonstrate the example of Christ to the world.
Christian character development
A consistent, traditional curriculum taught from a Christian worldview
Christian teachers dedicated to Christian education
Supportive "family feel" environment
Kindergarten through High School
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. --Proverbs 22:6
We would like to take a few moments of your time to offer six solid thoughts as you consider Trinity Baptist School. There are plenty of others, both biblical and practical.
We teach the Bible.
"You shall therefore impress these words of mine on your heart and on your soul .... And you shall teach them to your sons, talking of them when you sit in your house and when you walk along the road and when you lie down and when you rise up." (Deuteronomy 11:18-19)
TBS offers a refreshing, biblical alternative. Not only is the Bible taught for what it is - the inspired Word of God - but it forms the foundation of all other texts. We believe all academic roads lead to God, in whom all knowledge has its origin.
God commands us to teach children through the Word. "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding."(Proverbs 9:10)
As students pursue the knowledge of math, biology, history, English, and music in a Christian setting, they're chasing after the knowledge of God. The by-products of such an endeavor - wisdom and understanding - are the God-given rewards for which every good student strives. An education that uses God's Word as its foundational text does more than produce spiritually-mature Christians. It makes them wiser and more knowledgeable. It forces them to be better thinkers. And isn't that the goal of education in the first place?
We Share Your Values.
Speaking with a parent who had his children in a public school, he mentioned several times in the conversation of being displeased that his children were in an environment in which God is hated, ignored, or both. Because you care about the mental and spiritual development of your children, you may spend countless hours trying to bridge the philosophical gap between Christianity and humanism.
By entrusting your children to TBS, who shares your values, you'll have more time for ball games, music lessons, and meaningful conversations. Instead of debriefing your children, you'll be getting to know them.
Trinity Baptist School is a safe place for your children to receive an education. We take your child's safety seriously, both physically and spiritually. Our school is equipped with video cameras in each classroom, a security system that is engaged during school hours and aftercare, and a disciplinary protocol (outlined in our handbook).
Part of the reason our students perform so well in the classroom is that they have teachers who genuinely care about them. These dedicated men and women sacrifice greater monetary rewards to serve where they can do the most intrinsic good.
Our teachers are the school's heartbeat. Its pulse. They are among the most influential role models in students' lives. The best of all academic worlds exists when everyone - the school board, the teachers and the parents - is operating under the same educational paradigm.
TBS classes are smaller, more intimate gatherings that encourage students to be participants rather than spectators. Students learn how to think quickly, and gain valuable experience sharing their thoughts and opinions in a public forum.
We encourage you to come and get a fresh look at Trinity Baptist School. We would love to talk with you and show you around our wonderful facility.
Trinity Baptist School students should be thoroughly equipped to serve and lead in the home, church, and community, with integrity and discernment as evidenced by a commitment to Christ and an ongoing pursuit of biblical truth.
It is our desire that each student have
a personal code of honor:
Out of a desire to honor God,
I commit to a lifestyle which reflects trust, honesty,
and respect for my peers, authority, and all property.
I acknowledge this lifestyle does not condone lying,
cheating, stealing, and other dishonorable acts.
Committing to this code demonstrates my respect for
Trinity Baptist School as we strive to glorify God and love others.
I am so grateful for a school where I am invited to participate and serve in whatever capacity I am able. I like being engaged in the educational process of my children, and serving in their school is a fun way for me to do that.
Trinity has been such a blessing to my family. I wish I could have sent my kids here sooner. It is a great comfort to have them surrounded by Bible-believing teachers and peers.
Trinity has been a true blessing to our family and we are so grateful that our children are attending such a wonderful Christian school.
Trinity Baptist Church
A Church with a School.
Little Lambs Preschool
6 weeks to 6 years
Trinity is associated with the American Association of Christian Schools.
Trinity is associated with the New England Association of Christian Schools.