The ninth graders are the victors of Metaphysical pursuit! Making their way through an all-school tournament and answering questions from across TSMV’s curriculum as well as from current events, they triumphed over the seniors in yesterday’s final.
The ninth graders are the champions of Metaphysical Pursuit! They beat the seniors yesterday in the final match of our all-school trivia tournament. Well done, ninth grade! @ Trinity School at Meadow View
How does increasing the surface area of a liquid change its state? Last week the tenth grade chemistry classes experimented with Hexane, a liquid which turns into vapor when poured. Though the vapor is not visible, its heaviness makes its path easy to predict. It is also combustible, which means that holding a flame to […]
What is the medium used for illuminated manuscripts? What is the relative key of F major? What is the name of the scientific study of the lungs? Our students test their knowledge to answer these and many more questions in our annual week-long Quest game of Metaphysical Pursuit!
Can high school seniors build a bridge that sustains 74 pounds out of balsa wood? It hasn’t happened at Trinity in the past five years, but one of this year’s engineering teams did it. Well done to Lena DelBianco, Abi Wade, and Jenna Laperriere for their winning physics project!
Congratulations to Harris Wernick, an eighth grade student, who will represent TSMV as our National Geographic GeoBee candidate! Harris won at the school level, beating 52 other students who competed from TSMV. As school winner, he will now take a written exam, sponsored by The National Geographic Society. The top 100 test scorers across Virginia […]
We would like to introduce you to another member of our faculty here at Meadow View. Meet Mr. Timothy Dusenbury, who teaches Music and twelfth grade Humane Letters. We asked him to share some of his favorite parts of being a teacher. His response: I love the material I teach. I love the works that […]
Ever wondered about the connection between science and art? We invite boys and girls in fourth, fifth, and sixth grade for a free morning of science and discovery on Saturday, February 22, from 8 a.m. to noon. Click through to learn more: https://trinitymeadowview.org/camps/
The eighth-grade boys are making maps of campus for their topography project in science class. They have been roaming the campus each afternoon as surveyors, taking measurements and tracking distances. So much more than school as usual!