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Carl Warmouth

Carl Warmouth
Mr. Warmouth has a long history in the world of classical Christian education that has spread through his entire family. He has served as Upper-School Principal and Headmaster at Trinity Christian School in Opelika, Alabama, and also has worn a number of hats at The Ambrose School in Boise, Idaho, including Grammar School Dean and Head of School. He has two children who received classical Christian educations, including a daughter who graduated from New Saint Andrews College and went on to become an upper-school Latin Teacher. He and his wife Janine have spoken to audiences around the country about classical Christian education and have written several articles featured in The Classical Difference magazine. He is passionate about spreading Christ’s kingdom on earth through partnering with parents in raising children who love God, honor their parents, and serve their neighbors.

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“What’s the deal with…?”

Posted by Carl Warmouth on Sep 17, 2023 5:24:00 PM

You may have noticed a recent addition to your Nuntium, our weekly communication between teachers and parents. We have begun including a section that begins with “What’s the deal with…?” that addresses a particular cultural distinctive of Trinitas. The first topic was “What’s the deal with Unity?” and the second was “What’s the deal with first-time obedience?”

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Topics: Blog Posts, School Life, Classical Education, Christian Education, Christian Living

Community and Fellowship

Posted by Carl Warmouth on Aug 20, 2023 4:10:18 PM

What an unexpected joy it has been to see the sunrise over the Escambia River these past couple of weeks. I have to admit that the hectic pace that our family has kept over the past three months has not motivated a desire in me to get up before sunrise, but there is nothing like getting back to school and driving in from Pace to change that! These first glimpses of the sun dispelling the darkness remind me of the resurrection and the new life we have in Christ. I am especially thankful to have the Trinitas community with whom to celebrate that Good News.

Speaking of unexpected joy and the Trinitas community, of everything I have found commendable about this school, the thing that has brought me the most peace and joy is my observation of the obvious strength of our community.

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Topics: Blog Posts, School Life, Parent Involvement

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