Trinitas Academy provides Christian nurture for the whole child from Pre-K2 through High School years. Their social, spiritual, physical, and cognitive development is of primary importance. Our teachers are also trained to enhance the children’s learning experiences by providing an atmosphere of acceptance that give them a true sense of accomplishment. The love of Jesus will be evident in each classroom and each child will be given the necessary tools to shine in their elementary years!
Trinitas Academy is fully licensed as a child care facility by the state of Florida. We are also certified by the Florida League of Christian Schools (FLOCS) and member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools (SBACS). We are a ministry of Providence Baptist Church of Plantation, FL Inc., a Southern Baptist Church associated with the Gulf Stream Baptist Association.
Our curriculum specifically addresses three year old and four year old skills and concepts, and is designed to fit the developmental stage of our students, offering circle time, centers, math manipulatives, science experiments, dramatic play, age appropriate toys, outside play, among many others. Our curriculum is designed to create excitement and anticipation in the children for each day’s activities. It allows children opportunities to explore in developmentally appropriate environments. The curriculum is presented as a half-day or full-day program throughout the year, engaging the children in activities during the fall, winter, spring, and even summer. Our students will look forward to coming to school because they will know that our teachers care for them. The love of Christ will be evident in our classrooms.
Our distinctively Christian curriculum, A-Beka, will prepare our students to succeed in essential academic areas, emphasizing phonics, reading, listening, writing skills, mathematics, language arts, spelling, science, social studies, and Bible. Our extra curricular activities include computers, music, spanish, physical education, cooking, art, and library.