Trinity “T” Time

Trinity High School invites Parents and Guardians of Eighth-graders to join us for an informative and helpful inside look at Trinity High School. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions, tour the school, and hear from Shamrock Moms and school officials over coffee and light treats. Trinity will host “T” Times from 8:15-10 a.m. or 7-8 p.m. on the dates listed below.

Morning Sessions beginning at 8:15 a.m.:

Sept. 12          Sept. 20          Oct. 4          Oct. 10          Oct. 18          Oct. 31          Nov. 8          Nov. 29          Feb. 1

Evening Sessions beginning at 7 p.m.:

Sept. 25          Oct. 23            Dec. 4          Jan. 29

 

  • Special Note – Thanks to all the families who attended our “T” Times this fall.  We enjoyed hosting you!  Dates for the fall of 2018 will be set in the spring for families in our Class of 2023.  We look forward to hosting those who are interested in learning more about Trinity.

Register Online for Trinity “T” Time

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For more information, contact:
James Torra

James Torra

Email: torra@thsrock.net
Phone: 502.736.2120

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