Upper School

History and Social Sciences

Generation Z, young men and women born starting in 1995, now make up 25% of population of the United States. To say that this group faces immense challenges in the years ahead understates the situation by several orders of gravity:  economies are undergoing rapid change; social media is fueling political polarization; the climate may be changing, possibly permanently cultural and religious diversity is increasing; and social mores continue to evolve.  These are but
a few of the societal summonses – hard, but also exciting – our young people will have to answer as they very soon assume leadership. With these realities in mind, Trinity’s history and social studies faculty are committed to preparing each graduate to meet these leadership challenges.  To that end, the history and social studies curriculum emphasizes the following: Historical and Cultural Literacy; Critical Thinking; Nonfiction Reading and Writing; and Citizenship 
    • History courses flowchart

Upper School History Faculty

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Todd Freese

    Todd Freese 

    Middle and Upper School Dean of Students/Upper School History Teacher
    432-697-3281 x 311
    Joined Trinity 2015
    University of Texas of the Permian Basin - B.A.
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  • Photo of Terry Little

    Terry Little 

    Upper School History Teacher/Department Chair
    432-697-3281 x 344
    Joined Trinity 2013
    UT Austin - B.S.
    UT Permian Basin - M.A.
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  • Photo of Michael Midkiff

    Michael Midkiff 

    Upper School History Teacher/Football and Track Coach
    432-697-3281 x 320
    Joined Trinity 2009
    University of Texas of the Permian Basin - B.S.
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