A Community of Learners
Freedom to focus, freedom to explore, freedom to grow
There's a freedom in a single-sex classroom that allows us to accomplish our mission more effectively.
Fostering one great conversation
We bring philosophy, history, literature and theology under the same umbrella, and discuss them in one course. Three goals of the course are to learn how to read well, to discuss well and to write with clarity and depth.
Filling the gap between the chalkboard and demonstrations
Matlab programming enables students to integrate what they're learning in math and science.
Enabling students to thrive
"I want them to see the beauty of our topics, not just ask: how do you solve a problem?"— Faculty member.
Two hour delay today Wednesday, December 11
Due to the inclement weather, we will have a two-hour delayed start today, Wednesday, December 11th. School will open at 10:00 a.m. for drop off. There is no Morning Prayer; classes will start with the 3rd period of the day at 10:30.
Four TSMV Students
Selected for Witherspoon Institute
Summer Seminar at Princeton University
Miller Carbaugh, Abby Ferguson, Monica Ryland and Peter Bayer have been chosen to participate in the Witherspoon Institute's Summer Seminar. The Institute is a conservative think tank "promoting the application of fundamental principles of republican government and ordered liberty to contemporary problems through a variety of research and educational ventures."
TSMV Seniors Study Particle Physics
In Collaboration with Sister Campuses
Seniors at Trinity School at Meadow View spent the last weeks of the school year analyzing particle physics data from the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment at the Large Hedron Collider (LHC) in Geneva, Switzerland. The LHC is the world's largest particle accelerator and is managed by CERN - the European Organization for Nuclear Research. TSMV students were trained to analyze the data to determine the scientific quality of each event. TSMV students analyzed a total of 400 events. Data collected by the seniors is being used in collaboration with data collected by seniors at TSMV's sister campuses in South Bend, Indiana, and Minneapolis, Minnesota. A total of 2,000 events were analyzed by the students at all three schools. The data was collected on a shared spreadsheet, and each senior downloaded the data to his or her laptop to create a MATLAB program to analyze it.