A foundation of faith, learning, and service
At Boston Trinity Academy, our Christian identity is more than a tradition. It inspires our students to lead lives of faith, integrity, and service, distinguished by their intellect, leadership, and moral character.
Jesus once said the greatest commandments are to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to love your neighbor as yourself. This grounds our students' learning in a sense of purpose: to love God and to love others.
Integrating Faith and Learning
Through Chapel, Bible courses, and throughout the rest of the curriculum and programming, Boston Trinity Academy students are asked life’s tough questions. We challenge our students to question each other, their teachers, and themselves. What do you believe? What are the intellectual arguments for faith? Why do some claim science and faith are at odds? What is the role of religion in your life and in the world? We want our students to discuss these questions and consider their implications with people who care deeply not only about the questions but also about the students themselves.
Not only do students integrate life's biggest questions into their learning. They also take what they learn and put it into action. At every step of their journey, students are encouraged to follow Christ's example and lead with a servant's heart. Programs like the Trinity Institute for Leadership and Social Justice provide an opportunity for students to lead project groups, serve those around them, and learn about issues ranging from local concerns to global injustices. These issues are brought to the forefront of school life through programs like Boston Day and J-Term.