October 5, 2016
Marlyn Ramirez

Trinitas Academy Announcement Hurricane Matthew



Dear Trinitas Family,


Trinitas Academy will be closed on Thursday and Friday, October 6-7, to allow our families to prepare and be safe at home as Hurricane Matthew nears our coast. We trust that our families will be under God’s care and protection, and we also pray for those who may be in the storm’s path in the days ahead. 


We anticipate reopening our doors and resuming our regular class schedule on Monday, October 10th. You can continue accessing updated information through our webpage at or our Facebook page, or simply by looking out for e-mail updates. Stay tuned to local news stations for the latest information on Hurricane Matthew and Broward Schools closures.


Praying for His protection,


Jorge del Pino

September 26, 2016
Marlyn Ramirez

Trinitas Academy of the Arts

12 -Week Fall Semester 2016

Starts on September 26th!

Arts being offered are:

Zumba Kids————–MONDAYS
Capoeira —————–TUESDAYS
Christian Dance———WEDNESDAYS
Nexplore Games——–THURSDAYS
Soccer Academy——–FRIDAYS
Private Piano Lessons–Days & Times Vary


September 12, 2016
Marlyn Ramirez

September Upcoming Special Events!


Mark your calendar!



Grandparents Day Celebration!

Grandparents are invited to come and celebrate with us for a special gathering on September 15th, at 10:00 AM. Please RSVP by Monday September 12th.

Download or view Flyer:                grandpicflyer



September 8, 2016
Marlyn Ramirez

How to access your RenWeb’s ParentsWeb

How to Access RenWeb’s ParentsWebphoto-1417733403748-83bbc7c05140-a

RenWeb School Management Software gives you, the busy parent, an opportunity to get more involved in your child’s academic progress and future success – all via the Internet!


August 31, 2016
Marlyn Ramirez

Trinitas Academy News

What an awesome start at Trinitas Academy!A photo by Aaron Burden.

Books, pencils, notebooks and backpacks, check. We’re ready to start a great school year!

The joy and excitement from classroom to classroom, from teachers and students throughout the first week was great enough to calm down the “first day” blues.

From this point forward, Trinitas Academy desires to keep the doors of communication open.