Christian Academy team.
Trinity Oaks Christian Academy
Friday, April 26, 2013
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Trinity Oaks Christian Academy's students and staff are enjoying spacious accommodations at new location (the former Prairie Hill School) at 233 Trinity Oaks Way in Cary. The school will hold an open house on Feb. 7, for the public.
Twenty-one years ago, two families sharing a desire to provide a Christian education for their children joined forces to create Trinity Oaks Christian Academy. The first classes at Trinity Oaks Christian Academy in 1991 began with just eight students -and a bright outlook for the future - at the Evangelical Free Church, 575 E. Crystal Lake Ave., in Crystal Lake. Over the years, Trinity's enrollment expanded and grade levels were added. In need of more space, the academy relocated to the former Oak Knoll Elementary School location at 409 First Street in Cary in August 2004. Trinity leased the building from Cary Elementary School District 26 until July 31, 2012. During last year's negotiations for a new lease agreement, District 26 offered…
Monday, May 14, 2012
Two Trinity Oaks Christian Academy students earned the gold level and highest point total at the Illinois Junior Academy of Science fair.
Jonathan March and Shannon Morrison competed along with 1,100 students from across the state at the Illinois Junior Academy of Science fair on Saturday, May 5. March, who's a seventh grader, was awarded the highest level of gold for his project on the affect of temperature on solar panels. Morrison, who's an eight-grader received the highest point total awarding her best in category for seventh and eighth grade students in Microbiology for her project on the resistance of E. Coli bacteria to chemical and non-chemical based household cleaners.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Trinity Oaks Christian Academy plans to add freshmen-level classes.
The vacant Prairie Hill School may have an occupant by fall 2012, with a lease agreement between School District 26 and Trinity Oaks Christian anticipated to be finalized by the end of April. Once a deal is made, the Oak Knoll property, currently occupied by Trinity Oaks, will be the next building to market, lease or sale, Superintendent Brian Coleman said Monday night at the Community Engagement Committee meeting. "It's highly visible and a good piece of property," he said. Some of the facilities at Prairie Hill are used by sports clubs in the district but has yet to be determined in the lease agreement with Trinity Oaks. In early 2011, Trinity Oaks announced that their academy would expand and offer freshman-level (grade 9) classes …
Thursday, September 15, 2011
As Trinity Oaks Christian Academy plans to add a freshman grade level, they may need more space.
Trinity Oaks Christian Academy lease at Oak Knoll School, which is owned by Cary School District 26, is set to expire July 31, 2012. The district's finance committee gave Superintendent Brian Coleman the green light to meet with Trinity Oaks officials about coming to an agreement that would benefit both sides. Earlier this year, Trinity Oaks announced that their academy would expand and offer freshman-level (grade 9) classes beginning in the fall of 2012. Superintendent Coleman said Trinity Oaks has toured the recently closed Prairie Hill and has shown interest in the property. Trinity Oaks has leased Oak Knoll from the district since Aug. 1 2004 and is paying the district $13,000 a month in their final year of the lease. Coleman plans to …