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Trivium Charter School

teacher presenting information to class
students with Japanese Theatre masks
girl creating chalk art on pavement

i Madonnari Festival at Trivium Charter School

two male students collaborating on school work

Relaxed High School Students at Trivium

dark room, students wearing glow sticks in talent show act

Students Dancing in the Dark at Trivium's Talent Show

One small portion of our annual curriculum sorting event

One small section of our Curriculum Sort (this event takes up an entire Gymnasium)

High School at Trivium

Trivium Charter High School


Trivium Charter’s WASC accredited school offers a personalized, very hands on approach to high school and career readiness, including college prep approved courses and CTE pathways, where your students can choose a particular area of study to focus on and be paired up with area professionals for on the job experience! Through a combination of ACE day classes*,  Trivium Connect web based Math courses, Cuesta,  Hancock, and Santa Barbara City College courses, and various areas of study engaged in at  home through our myriad of online and individually-designed courses, Trivium students can design their high school program to fit their unique interests and needs. With enthusiasm, we invite you to explore the possibilities!


For more information, contact Dani Pearce, Trivium’s High School director, at

We have also included our detailed High School Information Powerpoint Presentation below, which may answer some questions.

If you are ready to enroll, please fill out the internet intent to enroll on this website.  We will contact you when space is available! Inquiries on current enrollment possibilities can be made at


*ACE Days (A Classical Experience) are our group learning days. They are held twice a week at each of our five learning centers. Our rotation of ACE Day Courses for students in grades 9-12 is:



Year 1

Ancient Literature


Life Skills

Year 2

World Literature  

World History

Personal and Professional Growth

Year 3

US History

Physical Science

American Literature

Year 4

Government and Economics


Career Pathways

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