Trinity Christian School Breaks Ground for new campus on north end of Prescott
- Trinity Christian School holds ground breaking ceremony in Prescott
- Trinity Christian School was established in 2003 as a Christ-Centered school offering a classical education
- Trinity Christian School serves grades K-12 in the quad-city area
- After 18 years of continual growth, it’s time to add additional space
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The groundbreaking of 1212 Warrior Way marks the beginning of the construction of Trinity’s new campus and the continued ability to offer classical, Christian education to a growing number of students.
Joy in our Journey! September 15, 2020, was a day of celebration for Trinity Christian School’s families and community of friends. Together with our community members – elected officials, business partners, donors, and school leadership, ground was broken complete with golden shovels and hard hats. Chris Blight, Chairman of the Trinity Board, and Kyle Maestri, Headmaster, did the honors of making Trinity history in moving forward to the next steps of the Trinity journey. “We are building buildings, this is an amazing day to celebrate the land, but our vision is beyond the buildings. Our vision is what is happening in the young lives that come here every day,” stated Headmaster Kyle Maestri.
In 2003, Trinity Christian School was established to offer a Christ-Centered, classical education focusing on partnering with parents in growing and developing children. Trinity is committed to strong parent-teacher partnerships and walking alongside parents in their God-given responsibility to educate their children and growing servant leaders to impact our community, state, and nation.
Today, eighteen years later, Trinity Christian School, with grades K-12, continues to serve the quad-city area and is continuing to grow. Thus, the need for additional space and for the continuation of our journey! The groundbreaking of 1212 Warrior Way marks the beginning of the construction of Trinity’s new campus and the continued ability to offer classical, Christian education to a growing number of students.
“We are so pleased to have Trinity here with us for the last nearly two decades. We really look forward to this facility and what it’s going to bring to our city,” stated Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli.