I came, I saw, I had a blast!
Every summer, Trinity School welcomes a small group of youthful and imaginative time-travelers onto campus for the Trinity Classic Summer. This is a lively two-week program of enriched learning for students who are entering the fourth through sixth grades. They’ll experience the rich legacy of ancient civilizations coming alive, as they create art, learn about ancient traditions and government, experience new languages and foods, and act in plays about Julius Caesar, Moses in Egypt, or Aesop’s Fables. Your child will create some wonderful memories in the process of learning about the cultural and artistic achievements of antiquity.
Trinity Classic Summer runs in a three-year cycle, focusing each year on one of the major ancient civilizations: Egypt, Greece or Rome.
Students will experience the rich legacy of ancient Egypt coming alive as they create Egyptian-themed art and crafts, learn about ancient Egyptian traditions and culture and act in a play about the Exodus. Your child will create some wonderful memories in the process of learning about the cultural and artistic achievements of antiquity.
Students from any school who are going into the fourth- through sixth-grades are invited to attend one of our two week sessions:
Adventures in Egyptian Civilization I: June 15-25, Monday- Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Adventures in Roman Civilization II: June 29- July 9, Monday- Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Registration will open in February 2015.