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Staying in line with guidelines from the Department of Education, we will be using Savvas ELA for Science of Reading based curriculum. We will also utilize Savvas Math. As part of this new curriculum, we have the opportunity to use SuccessMaker as an intervention-based program to help reach all levels of learners. It is also designed to reflect ILEARN for better acclimation. Beyond SuccessMaker, we will use NWEA Map Growth testing quarterly to give our teachers benchmarks as to the growth of our students. Our teachers are then able to take this information to create lessons centered around the weaknesses of our students. This approach, alongside the student-centric and individualized aspect of our digital curriculum, our students will receive an education centered around needs, not just guidelines.



The increasingly competitive academic field and global economy makes it ever important that students are prepared for higher education. As a place for developing young minds, we must be part of the raising of expectations in setting our students on post-secondary goals. Through college campus visits, bringing in college counselors, and a "college go" mentality, Trinity Christian School is striving to develop graduates prepared for post-secondary education and beyond.


We understand that not every student feels called to go to college. As such, we find it just as important to prepare our students through career readiness programs. Trinity Christian School has and will continue to develop relationships with technical skill programs to help our students be prepared post-high school.


It is our belief that students should use the opportunities afforded them and dual-credit courses are one such opportunity. We allow our seniors to take courses through Ivy Tech at our cost. If a student is planning on attending a college or university, this is the cheapest and best way to get a head start on the process.

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