Trinity High School
Trinity High School offers four agriculture career pathways: Agriculture Education - General, Applied Horticulture / Horticulture, Agricultural Mechanization, and Agricultural Production. Within these four programs, students have access to a variety of tools and resources which include: a freight farm, a greenhouse, a FarmBot, a floral design lab, and a small engine repair shop.
Trinity Elementary Schools
Each elementary school is outfitted with a Tower Garden and grow cabinets. Students across the grade levels are learning about life sciences and agricultural concepts as they plant, grow, and harvest a variety of vegetables.
Anatomage Tables at Trinity High School
Located within Trinity High School are two state-of-the-art Anatomage Table - a comprehensive 3D anatomy visualization tool used to enhance students' understanding of human anatomy. This life-size digital dissection table, which features an intuitive hands-on interface, is loaded with four dissectible human cadavers reconstructed in 3D models and thousands of case studies. The Anatomage Table is utilized in sports medicine, AP anatomy, vet tech, and other courses.
Trinity High School and Trinity Middle School both boast state-of-the art Fab Labs. Fab Lab is a multidisciplinary enterprise program that moves students through the process of planning, design, analysis, production, and fiscal examination through “real life” applied activities. Classroom equipment includes a computer lab with up-to-date 2D/3D software tools, and a complete fabrication lab that includes laser cutters, CNC milling machines, vinyl cutters, 3D printers, and an electronics workstation.
Solar flowers can be found at both Trinity High School and Trinity Middle School. These flowers are connected to the district's network and provide live data with which students can manipulate.
Promethean ActivPanels have replaced many of the whiteboards and projectors in classrooms across the district. Together, ActivPanels and students' Chromebooks create an interactive classroom where teachers use the ActivPanels, Canvas, and Google apps to carry out their daily instruction and assign coursework to students.
Moon & Mars
Trinity has partnered with the Aldrin Family Foundation to provide students in Grades 4-8 with integrated, problems-based learning experiences. The Aldrin Family Foundation is a non-profit organization that strives to ignite a love of STEM in students through the use of space-based educational tools, curriculum, scholarships, and programs that drive curiosity and engagement in this dynamic new era of space exploration.