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Trinity Oaks Christian Academy offers elementary students an exceptional Christ-centered academic program designed to meet the spiritual and academic needs of kindergarten - fifth grade students. At Trinity Oaks students are encouraged to reach their God-given potential and to strive for excellence in all they do. The curriculum is designed to support the school's mission to train and equip students who will serve God by impacting their world for Christ.

The students in kindergarten through fifth grade are taught in self-contained classrooms. The teachers serving in the elementary school have an average of 15 years of teaching experience. Most of the elementary classroom teachers have earned a master's degree in a related field of education. The average class size is approximately 15 students.

Each classroom strives to build positive relationships between teachers and students to enhance learning. To help each student grow and develop to their fullest potential, teachers differentiate instruction based on student interests and needs.

Bible is a core subject at all grade levels. Other core academic subjects include language arts (reading, writing, grammar, spelling, and phonics), math, science and social studies. Classes in art, music, physical education, technology, and library skills are also essential components of a Trinity Oaks elementary education which provides our students with a well-rounded education.

Trinity Oaks students participate in a variety of other activities that promote learning including educational field trips and musical performances. There are also opportunities for enrichment through activities including speech meet, science fair, and spelling bee. Along with classroom music, upper elementary students have the opportunity to participate in band and orchestra.

This commitment to excellence can be seen on standardized test scores as the average elementary student at Trinity Oaks scores at or above the 90th percentile at each grade level on nationally normed standardized tests.