Trinity Academy, the nondenominational Christian high school near K-96 and 21st Street East, announced this week that it plans to add a school for kindergarten through eighth grade to its nearly 80-acre campus by the fall of 2017.
Trinity Academy, the nondenominational Christian high school near K-96 and 21st Street East, announced this week that it plans to add a school for kindergarten through eighth grade to its nearly 80-acre campus by the fall of 2017. Jaime Green File photo
Trinity Academy, the nondenominational Christian high school near K-96 and 21st Street East, announced this week that it plans to add a school for kindergarten through eighth grade to its nearly 80-acre campus by the fall of 2017. Jaime Green File photo

Trinity Academy to add K-8 school by 2017

April 10, 2015 07:23 PM

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