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Trinitas 2019 Commencement Address

Posted by Joshua Gibbs on Jun 17, 2019 9:24:04 AM

To the graduates in the Trinitas class of 2019, congratulations. To all the faculty at Trinitas Christian School, to all the parents of the graduates, and to the Trinitas Board— among whom I count many dear friends— well done.

I cannot tell you how pleased I am to be back in Pensacola again, where I and my family spent many happy years with the Trinitas community.

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Topics: Blog Posts, School Life, Alumni

Remember, The Hand of the Lord is Mighty

Posted by Ron Gilley on Jun 8, 2019 4:46:03 PM

Have you ever noticed how a song can get stuck in your head? Sometimes I wake up in the morning with a song in my head that I haven’t heard or thought about for years. That seems strange to me, but memory works in some unexpected ways, I guess. A more expected way memory works with something like a song is in reminding us of a specific event—and sometimes even bringing back an emotion attached to the event.


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Topics: Blog Posts, School Life, Alumni

You’re Studying What?

Posted by Ron Gilley on Dec 4, 2017 8:14:52 AM

Last week I used this space to mention the kinds of colleges Trinitas alumni are attending. I also mentioned last week that we had asked our alumni in a survey last summer to tell us what they are studying or had studied in college. The reason I want to talk about our alumni’s chosen fields of study this week is not to harp on college more, but to hopefully add to the case that a classical education can be good preparation for lots of different endeavors.

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Topics: Blog Posts, Classical Education, Alumni

Where Have All the Graduates Gone?

Posted by Ron Gilley on Nov 27, 2017 11:31:35 AM

AlumniChristmasParty (24)Do you ever wonder where all the Trinitas graduates go after graduation night? Most of them eventually trickle back to campus for a visit; in fact, many of them visit often. A few alumni, though, have moved on so fast and so far that they haven’t stopped even once to visit since the day they left. This past summer James Cowart spent a lot of time catching up with as many of the ninety-four Trinitas alumni as possible, and we’ve taken several opportunities to share his findings with you in this space. This week, I want to leave you with some idea about where all the Trinitas alumni have gone.

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Topics: Blog Posts, Classical Education, Alumni, College Admissions

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