by: K.D. Michaels, Branson Globe
Trinity Christian Academy in Hollister has made the decision to dissolve their high school, effective immediately.
“Trinity Christian Academy will be restructuring our K-12 school for the upcoming 2020-21 school year due to Covid-19 causing a drop in enrollment,” explained Holly Gregory, Trinity Christian Academy Administrator. “The high school will not open this year. We have encouraged the high school students to look into a Dual Credit Homeschool program. We want them to be able to continue a Christian education, and the benefits of this program are incredible. Our hope is to re-open the high school in the near future.
Other restructuring in the school includes the combining of 7th and 8th grades, 5th and 6th grades, 3rd and 4th grades, and 1st and second grades.
“K5 will stand alone,” Gregory noted. “And, we will be accepting 1-year-olds to 4-year-olds for preschool.’
Gregory further explained that like many other schools, Trinity will offer the option of traditional seated classes or online classes or all grades for the upcoming school year, as well as creating protocol to keep students, faculty, staff and parents safe and healthy.
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