The College Experience
Annually, more than 97 percent of Trinity graduates go on to college. Trinity has two college counselors who work exclusively with students and parents on the college application process.
Students are encouraged to visit colleges during their junior and senior years. In addition, students prepare systematically for standardized testing throughout their four years with juniors participating in a job shadow experience that includes a research project.
Last year’s graduates were accepted to the institutions represented on the map:
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Trinity High School was recently featured in an article that appeared in Momentum. Momentum is published by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA), a professional membership organization that provides leadership, direction and service to fulfill the...
The statement below appeared in the Courier-Journal’s Community Forum page on July 4. Trinity High School & Drug Testing – Two Years Later By Rob Mullen '77 and Dan Zoeller H'07 In his book, "Thank You For Being Late," Thomas Friedman examines societal disruption...
During the week of June 19, House and Activities Director Adam Klein and Principal Dan Zoeller H'07 presented twice about Trinity’s House System at the House Institute at Chaminade in St. Louis. Twenty-four schools from 13 states attended the conference. As the oldest...