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Chef Jet Tila to Visit Trinity

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Trinity is excited to announce that renowned Chef Jet Tila will visit the school on Tuesday, May 1. Chef Tila will be the featured chef at all three lunches on that day, and dishes of his choosing and under his direction will be served to students. Following the school day, Chef Jet will give a […]

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Wrestling Rocks Headed to State

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Congratulations to Head Coach Patrick Fleming and the Wrestling Rocks, who qualified eight wrestlers and three alternates for the KHSAA state wrestling tournament this coming weekend in Lexington at the Horse Park – Alltech Arena. Junior Kadin Kulmer was the Region champion at 195, while Austin Hedges at 113 and Stephen Herron at Heavyweight were […]

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Registration for 2018-2019

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Trinity recently mailed a letter home concerning 2018-19 Registration.  Below is a copy of the letter: This mailing contains information necessary to complete your son’s registration and course selections for the 2018-19 school year. Included is a graduation checklist. Teachers will recommend core classes and may make suggestions for electives. It is the student’s responsibility […]

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Delayed Start – January 8

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Due to slick road conditions, Trinity will begin classes at 9:30 a.m. this morning. The first bell rings at 9:15 a.m. The school is open for parents who need to drop of their sons early. The bus will also run on a delayed schedule, with pick-ups occurring 1.5 hours later than normal. Today’s dismissal will […]

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Football Scrimmage Details

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Details for Today’s Football Scrimmage at Ryle High School Location:      Ryle High School, 10379 US-42, Union, KY 41091 (northern Kentucky) Approximately 85-90 miles; allow 1.5 to 2 hours drive time Begin:           7 p.m. Admission:   $5; seniors/students $2 Format:       Varsity– Three quarters normal game conditions; Ryle stadium JV–              Controlled scrimmage for remainder of 3 hour […]

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Summer Construction Projects Underway

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As usual, the campus is busy with our summer program and multiple academic and athletic camps. There is also a full slate of construction projects. A new technology center is being built on the first floor of Old Trinity Hall. Meanwhile, on the top floor of Floersh Hall, the oldest science lab is being completely […]

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