Trinity Christian High
School is a private high school
run by Trinity Church of Lubbock, Texas with around 875 students.
The school was founded in 1977 and
graduated its first senior class in 1991. The school is accredited
by the Association of
Christian Schools International
(ACSI) and is approved by the
State of Texas.
Awards and recognition
Trinity Christian School was selected by the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
its Readers Choice Best of Lubbock Awards 2006 winner as Best
Private School, based on ballots submitted by 2,500 of the paper's
Christian defeated Fort Worth Christian by a final score of 55-51,
to win the Texas
Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) 4A state
championship game played on March 1,
2003, at Texas Southern University in Houston.
The Trinity Christian girls basketball team won the 2005 Class 4A
championship over Carrollton Christian by a score of 56-44. The
team also won the 2004 4A championship.
Trinity Christian has won three girls volleyball TAPPS state
championships, including back-to-back titles in 2004 and 2005 (with
a 3-0 over Garland Christian), when the team had records of 40-4
and 41-7 respectively. The team won their first state title in
1999, with a 31-1 season record.
third-ranked Trinity Christian girls basketball team made it to the
TAPPS 5A state championship, falling to the 2nd-ranked Liberty
Christian by a final score of 62-51, in a game played on March 4, 2007, at the University of
Texas at Tyler.
Notable alumni and students