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Clubs and Activities

Trinity Oaks Student Clubs

Lego League

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) inspires young people’s interest and participation in science and technology.  FIRST offers four programs that vary by age and challenge.  At Trinity Oaks Christian Academy, we offer First Lego League (FLL).  FLL teams design, build and program an autonomous robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS technology. The robots complete task on a thematic playing surface. It is not all about building a robot. Students create innovative solutions to problems facing today’s scientists while embracing FIRST’s Core Values. Problems and robotic challenges are based on the year’s themes. Past themes have focused on improving the quality of life of seniors, discovering innovative ways to improve people’s health, and discovering ways to help people learn better. To learn more about the FIRST programs go to

Middle school and high school students under the age of 15 can participate in FLL. The team consists of 10 students who are interested in using their imaginations and exploring mathematical and scientific concepts. It involves more than just building with Legos. Students will research a topic, create a solution, and present their ideas to the judges. Practices start the first week of school and continue until the competition in December. If the team qualifies for the next level, practices would also be held in January. Exact dates and times of practices will be discussed at the initial parent meeting at the beginning of the school year.

Huskies in Action (HIA)

The Trinity Oaks Huskies in Action Team is comprised of high school and junior high school students who meet the criteria for selection and serve our school and community in the following ways.

Students serve TOCA and the community by:

  • Planning and implementing service outreach opportunities for our school
  • Picking up trash on school grounds
  • Changing bulletin boards as needed
  • Assisting Dr. Wrobbel on projects around the school
  • Assisting teachers in the classroom as part of the Ambassador program

Students demonstrate leadership in the TOCA community by:

  • Leading and  planning our monthly whole school student kick off
  • Assisting  Mrs. Noe with her monthly presentations of Character Counts
  • Assisting with special assemblies like: Honors Convocations and Grandparent’s Day

Students act in a public relations capacity for the TOCA community by:

  • Assisting in admissions open houses
  • Conducting tours for prospective attendees and their parents
  • Serving as hosts and hostesses for Grandparents’ Day, local area fundraising events within the community, and with Parent Coffees.

Students act as peer models within the TOCA community by:

  • Serving on the Honors Council as needed
  • Acting in an accountability role to their fellow peers in the area of spiritual and moral integrity by challenging them in areas that break down our community
  • Encouraging and supporting struggling students


Trinity Oaks offers Intramural Basketball for both boys and girls in grades 1 thru 4.  This program offers instructional support, fun and promotes school spirit.  Games/practices are held on Fridays from 3 to  4:30 p.m. Dates: 4/7, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26. The cost is $30 per child and includes a t-shirt.

After School Activities

Art Club

What is art club? An after school club where students will be able to bring out their inner artist.  Students will be strengthening their skills and knowledge of art.  They will learn how to use different mediums and how to express certain ideas with the different mediums.  There will be themes the students will choose from and have the freedom to create their won style based on the theme they choose. It will also be a place to make new friend!

Please come and join the fun, all you need to bring is year creative self!

TOCA ART CLUB cost $60 for six weeks.  Registration forms are available in the office, or feel free down load the REGISTRATION FORM here.


Welcome to the Kon Jo Karate Club! Patric Murphy is the chief instructor of our club. Mr. Murphy is a fourth degree black belt in Shotokan Karate. The maxims of Shotokan Karate can be summarized into the following words:
    •    Character
    •    Sincerity
    •    Effort
    •    Etiquette
    •    Self-control
It is our goal to practice these maxims in everything we do. Our club, Kon Jo, means guts. We believe it takes extreme courage to do great things.We are the karate club that believes in the power of the human spirit. We have the courage to see the beauty and power inside all of us. We have the guts to bring out the greatness inside of ourselves and others.
Every student is important. The Kon Jo Karate Club has taught the gifted athlete. We have also taught students who are confined to wheelchairs. Both are equally important.
We support and care for each other. The accomplishments of one are the accomplishments of us all. To talk Sensei Murphy calll 847-639-7001 or email