The numbers don’t lie. Each year, including activities and extracurriculars, students spend over 1,000 hours in school, being influenced by someone other than their parents. I think we can all agree, school is a particularly formative experience for children. Therefore, your choice of an educational partner for your child’s K-12 experience is vitally important. I believe Trinity Academy is the best choice you can make for your child’s education and invite you to experience The Trinity Difference for yourself. Read an in-depth explanation of our approach to Innovative Classical Learning here and discover how authentic faith and a Christian world-view are woven into everything we do. Or, schedule a visit and encounter it first-hand in our classrooms. We welcome your questions and appreciate your interest in our community of faith and learning as we equip students to Transform Tomorrow.

Bio

Mr. Breazeale began serving as Interim Head of School in January 2018. He joined Trinity in 2014 as an Upper School Humanities teacher and then spent the last three years as the Head of Lower School. Prior to joining Trinity, Matthew taught middle school in various North Carolina counties and later served as an assistant principal in Wake County. Mr. Breazeale earned his undergraduate degree and his Masters in School Administration from UNC-Chapel Hill.  He is enrolled in a doctoral program at Drexel University. Matthew is married to a Trinity graduate (’05) and they have one son, Everett.

Wisdom and Eloquence: A Christian Paradigm for Classical Learning

Wisdom and Eloquence by Robert Littlejohn and Charles T. Evans

Trinity Academy has been blessed by the leadership of Dr. Robert Littlejohn for the last 13 years. Dr. Littlejohn co-authored Wisdom and Eloquence which is one of the more influential books within the classical, Christian education movement. If you wish to learn more about classical, Christian education we highly recommend his book. His vision and leadership have been instrumental in Trinity’s development as a leader in Classical, Christian education. We will miss him as he transitions to Texas to be closer to family.

“…one of the best discussions in the neo-classical school movement.” – J. Johnson
“… this book is beautiful, eloquent and convincing.  In addition to the well laid out argument for Classical education, I was surprised to find my faith strengthened by the reasoning and scripture use of the authors.  If you are a Christian educator or a home-schooling parent with an understanding of Classical Education, read this book!  You will never be the same!” – R. Liggins
“A fantastic contribution to the classical, Christian conversation.  These pages hold a brilliant vision for using the seven liberal arts to produce students who think, who speak with eloquence, and who walk in wisdom.” -L. Nieuwsma