Sample Syllabi

The following represents sample syllabi from freshman courses. You can access the syllabi by clicking on the link to the specific course you would like to view. Please note the syllabi will open in a new window or tab depending on your browser setup. Simply close the window or tab to return to this page.

One note: courses at Trinity are set at different levels of difficulty (LOD). This allows all students to work successfully at an appropriate pace and degree of complexity. The second digit in each course number (e.g. E12 = Honors Program) indicates its level of difficulty, with lower numbers assigned to more difficult courses. A student’s LOD may vary from subject to subject the same way his abilities may vary.

More information about Trinity’s curriculum can be found elsewhere on this website, including a course catalog that lists complete current courses for all grades and levels. A link to the course catalogue can be found in the “Academics” portion of this site. Please contact one of Trinity’s academic deans (Marty Minogue or Jennifer Browning) if you’d like to see syllabi for other courses we offer.


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For more information, contact:
Marty MInogue

Marty MInogue


Email: minogue@thsrock.net Phone: 502.736.8262
Jennifer Browning

Jennifer Browning


Email: browning@thsrock.net
Phone: 502.736.8276

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