Trenton Christian School

Vision
Trenton Christian School offers our students excellence in Christian education, authentic learning experiences, and builds partnerships with the greater community.

Mission
Trenton Christian School offers an enriched Christ centered curriculum which educates students from a diverse Christian community enabling them to develop and use their talents in God’s world.

 

Trenton Christian School

340 Second Dug Hill Rd, RR#4
Trenton, ON  K8V 5P7
Tel: 613.392.3600

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Celebrating God’s Faithfulness

On April 18th, 2017 by

This year marks another milestone for several Christian schools as they celebrate 40, 50, and 60 years of providing Christ-centered education to students across Ontario. “As we gather to celebrate important milestones such ...

Coast to Coast: CSC Conference 2016

On October 3rd, 2016 by

Over two hundred leaders from all over Canada gathered last week for the biennial Christian Schools Canada (CSC) conference to encourage, challenge, and support one another. This year’s conference, held in beautiful Banff, ...

Trenton Christian School Kicks Off 60th Year!

On September 12th, 2016 by

On Friday, September 9th, 2016,  Trenton Christian School kicked off their 60th Anniversary year with their annual school BBQ.  There were over 250 people in attendance, varying in age from 3 months ...

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Even our Little Sparks Preschool students were thinking of the Humboldt families.

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