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Senior Thesis Week at Trinity Classical Academy begins Monday, April 18 and will go till Thursday, April 22.

The culminating and integrative project of a graduating Trinity Classical Academy senior is the development and presentation of their Senior Thesis. This project requires students to use their rhetorical skills to develop a thought-provoking and persuasive argument on a subject of depth and significance for which Christians can reasonably disagree.

Integral to the student’s process is the opportunity to work one-on-one with a faculty or administration member who guides the development of their 20 – 40 page thesis and oral presentation. One of the most valuable outcomes of the senior thesis is the chance for students to enhance their skills of creativity, intellectual engagement, mental discipline and the ability to meet new challenges.

The Trinity Senior Class will present their Senior Thesis in a 15 – 20 minute oration to a panel of Trinity teachers and administrators, as well as their families, peers and invited guests the week of April 18. The panel will judge each thesis presentation, as well as question their argument and ideas which the student must answer as part as their oral defense.

The following schedule details each Thesis Presentation topic with dates and times. All are welcome to attend these presentations, which have been scheduled in two-hour blocks either in the morning, afternoon or evenings on the Trinity Classical Academy campus.

Monday, April 18: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – Trinity Downstairs Classrooms
Nick Castro: “Building Bridges: Immigration Reform in America”
Trey Christopher: “Keeping Pace with the Increasing Need for Medical Devices in Low and Middle Income Countries”
Noah Peterson: “Crime and Punishment: The Restorative Response”
Jordan Thomas: “Entrepreneurship: The Missing Link of Liberal Arts Education” 

Tuesday, April 19: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – Trinity Downstairs Classrooms
Elizabeth Leathers: “In Jesus’s Arms: The Pastoral Response to Parents who have Lost their Infant”
Cole Maimone: “The Christian Duty to Vaccinate One’s Children”
John Nichols: “To Boldly Go Where We’ve Been Called: The Christian Argument for Space Exploration”
Andrew Pabalan: “A Shadow over One Shining Moment: A Need for Reform to Pay College Athletes”

Wednesday, April 20: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Trinity Celebration Center
Michael Mateo, Jr.: “Confession of Sins: The Importance of the Lost Rite”
Kayla Minowitz: “Why the Church Should Be a Marriage School”
Chris Yoo: “Protest: Fight Right by Fighting for Rights” 

Thursday, April 21: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Trinity Celebration Center
Nick Andolino: “Dipping, Dabbing, and Doping: How Ethics Informs Sports Fandom”
Christiana Craw: “Maturation in Worship: Building Strong Christians Through Music”
Sierra Gonzalez: “How Sacrament Can Save Society: A Defense of the Catholic Understanding of Marriage”

Thursday, April 21: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Trinity Downstairs Classrooms
Rachel Anderson: “The House Is Full, but the Soul Is Empty: The Ineffective Megachurch Model”
Michael Nasrallah: “Looking for Justification in the Fight Against Terrorism”
Shelby Swartz: “There’s Mortal Life than You Think: Societal vs. Christian Views of the Good Death”
Ryan Totten: “The Iraq War, Jus ad Bellum, and the Soul of the United States”

Friday, April 22: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Trinity Celebration Center
Ian Caddow: “The Perfect Candidate: Why America is the Nation Who Can and Should Have an Aggressive Foreign Policy”
Maddy Froemming: “The Second F-Word: The Need for Christian Feminism”
Hannah Lee: “The Rats Wore It Better: The Problems of Animal Testing”

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