hybrid learning



While your student is learning about our collective human story, they are also learning about cultures, music, art, geography, and discoveries for the time period being studied. Your student, whether just starting their educational journey or transferring to Trivium as an older student will experience a school that offers a personalized, academic program through a caring staff that understands how to engage your student in hands-on projects and discussions.

Frequently Asked Questions

We gathered the answers to some popular questions below.
If you can’t find your question below feel free to contact us, and we’ll be happy to help.

Does Trivium Charter School have any religious affiliation?

No, Trivium Charter School is a public school. It is not religiously affiliated. However, our campuses are often located in church buildings since they have facilities available to rent that accommodate our need for classrooms and school related activities.

What are in-person classes like on ACE Days?

The classes are generally divided into combo classes (ex. K-1st grade) Our classes are generally under 25 students, with the exception of dual classrooms where the class has two teachers present in relation to class size (this is more common for 6th grade and above).

Do the students’ have to bring their own lunch?

We recommend bringing a lunch to school, but we offer free breakfast and lunch to all students regardless of income. Any questions regarding this can be sent to your Learning Center Coordinator.

Is there a fee for attending Trivium Charter School?

There is no tuition! Trivium Charter School is a free, public school. 

What homework is typically expected?

There is no daily homework given in 5th grade and under. Occasionally, students will have projects or presentations that they work on at home and then present in class or need to finish an in-class assignment at home. 

For 6th grade and up, students will have homework assigned that is necessary for further understanding of a topic being discussed in class or give supplemental information that directly correlates with the project or discussion for the next class.

Do students have to participate in state testing?

Yes. We are a public school and state testing is a requirement for all public schools.

Are parents allowed to volunteer?

Absolutely! Parents are welcome to volunteer. Teachers are delighted to have classroom help and there are volunteer opportunities school-wide. Contact your Learning Center Coordinator to see how you can get involved.

What if English is my or my child’s second language?

Families that experience English as a Second Language (ESL) are very successful at Trivium. Contact your Curriculum Advisor, Learning Center Coordinator, or teacher for support