Trinity Prep Voices

Trinity Prep Voices – Parents and Students Share

A few questions we ask:

What is the Trinity Prep experience?  

How does it differ from traditional, full-time school?

How do our parents feel about their partnership with a college-style school? 

What do Trinity Prep graduates say about how Trinity Prep prepared them for life after graduation? 

Hear and read how Trinity Prep parents and students describe their Trinity Prep experiences.   Below are links to videos in which some of our parents and graduates share with you, prospective parents, how Trinity Prep has impacted their lives.  And on our Trinity Prep Graduates page, a number of our graduates over the last three years share what they are doing now, and how Trinity Prep prepared them for life after high school.

How MGA Helped an Experienced Homeschool Mom

Amy, one of our Trinity Prep parents, describe how Trinity Prep courses and teachers made it possible to provide a rich educational experience for her four school-aged children.  Even though Amy had homeschooled for years, she found partnering with Trinity Prep teachers to be a great benefit to her family.

The Value of a College-Style School for Our Family

Listen as one of our Trinity Prep dads, Jason, explains how Trinity Prep benefits his family and what he appreciates about it:  low student-teacher ratio, flexibility for non-traditional learners, communication with teachers.

Middle and High School at Trinity Prep

Austin and Will, two Trinity Prep graduates, talk about what they appreciate about their Trinity Prep years, how Trinity Prep differed from public school and homeschooling, and what made their teachers exceptional.

 Updates From Our Graduates

Some of our graduates share what they are doing, post high school, and how Trinity Prep prepared them for their future.

P reston is a 2016 graduate who now attends Liberty University, studying Western Legal Traditions (pre-law).  During his senior year, Preston took classes at both Trinity Prep and TCC.  He was surprised to discover the content and rigor of Trinity Prep courses surpassed that of the courses at TCC. Trinity Prep prepared him immensely for college level courses.  He thanks all his teachers at Trinity Prep for teaching at a level that was challenging, while maintain engaging course work and classroom activities.  He believes that his experiences at Trinity Prep were invaluable.  Preston thanks both the friends and teachers that he grew to love at Trinity Prep for making high school a worthwhile, rigorous experience in a Godly context.

A ustin is a senior at the University of Texas at Dallas. UTD awarded Austin the Academic Excellence Scholarship, which he maintains through his GPA level. He is pursuing a degree in Accounting and Finance and has plans for graduate studies.  He is most grateful for the way his Trinity Prep teachers made the content relevant and engaging, and the class activities interesting.

W ill is a senior at UTA in Civil Engineering, who earned, and maintains through his 3.8 GPA, the Honors Scholarship.   Trinity Prep classes trained him to think critically and be a problem-solver.  Will notes that Trinity Prep was most beneficial in helping him become self-sufficient in time management and the independent study required in a college-style school, and later in college itself.  Will also took advantage of the dual credit options available through Trinity Prep:  based on content he acquired in three of his Trinity Prep classes, Will earned nine college credits via CLEP.

G abrielle currently works full time, volunteers in her church youth department, and serves on the praise team and bell choir.  She is praying about what college classes to take and what direction to go.  She cherishes the relationship she had with her Trinity Prep teachers, who have the time and small class sizes to allow them to befriend and connect with their students.  She believes her experience at Trinity Prep was one that a public school student would never dream possible.

N athaniel, after a year of classes at both TCC and School of Technical Arts, was promoted to Campus Director of Live Show Production at Gateway Church Frisco. Nathaniel is responsible for camera shots during live filming, graphics and videos used during service, and for overseeing the staff and equipment.  He’s also a budding Investment Advisor!  Nathaniel plans to pursue a degree in Economics while working in his Technical Arts career.  He credits his Trinity Prep Economics class with sparking this interest.  After winning the Stock Market simulation by earning the most in market trading, he knew he wanted to excel in this field – and in fact now manages his parents’ investments.

A bby is following in her parents’ footsteps in full-time ministry with Life Action Ministries.  She is in her second year traveling and singing with the worship team.  Abby plans to return home in July and then take a few classes at TCC in preparation for transferring to either DBU or Southwest Theological Seminary.

C ole is a junior at UNT, majoring in Biology.  He also works part-time, volunteers at a nursing home and with Operation Christmas Child, and is active in his church student worship band, small group, and youth ministry.  Cole credits Trinity Prep with both excellent academic preparation in his classes and valuable leadership training through Student Council.  Attending a College-Style SchoolTM prepared him for the challenge of managing part-time classes and the considerable amount of independent work required of college students outside of classes.

B laine is a freshman in college attending New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico, preparing for and seeking a Senatorial nomination to either the US Air Force Academy or the US Naval Academy.  He dreams of flying planes for the US military.

H annah is a freshman at TCC, and will transfer to a four-year school to pursue a Bachelor’s degree, possibly in Nursing.  She is excelling in college and feels that Trinity Prep classes prepared her very well for them; in fact, she has found her freshman classes to be merely on par with the level of Trinity Prep Junior and Senior courses.  She also credits Trinity Prep teachers with positively influencing her in many ways beyond academics, due to the strength of their teaching, their high expectations for their students, and their relationships with the students.