Instruct the wise and they will be wiser still; teach the righteous and they will add to their learning. (Proverbs 9:9)
As students progress to the Rhetorical School stage (10th through 12th grade), they are equipped to become articulate, persuasive, and thoughtful leaders. This final stage of the classical model focuses on honing communication skills, independent thinking, and preparing students for higher education and beyond.
Highlights of Rhetorical School Education:
- Rhetoric and Communication: Students are trained in the art of rhetoric, learning to communicate effectively, articulate ideas persuasively, and engage in meaningful debates.
- Advanced Studies: The Rhetorical School curriculum is designed to challenge students with advanced coursework preparing them for college-level academics.
- Christian Worldview: Throughout all stages of learning, Trinity Academy emphasizes a Christian worldview, integrating faith with reason and knowledge, guiding students to apply their learning in a manner consistent with their beliefs.
An Introduction to Classical Education by Christopher A. Perrin M.Div., Ph.D.