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Trinity Featured in Momentum

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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 evangelizing, catechizing and teaching mission of the Church. They have produced this publication since 1970, focusing on relevant, timely and important […]

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Trinity Continues to Lead the Way in Student Health and Well-Being

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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 caused by today’s pace of change. He argues globalization, climate change […]

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THS Staff Present at National House Conference

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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 established high school House System in the United States, Trinity was held […]

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Frosh Orientation “Camp” Begins

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The first of several small groups from the Class of 2021 has gathered for this summer’s Freshman Orientation sessions. Part of an array of academic, athletic and activity summer camps, these sessions allow the incoming freshmen to brush up against the wide array of academic tools that await them in just a couple of short […]

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Something for Everyone

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A quick glance at the many flatscreen announcement monitors around Trinity would would tell any visitor that this school has something for every student. In addition to providing a superior high school education steeped in a reverence for spirituality and service, Trinity also offers a wide array of extracurricular activities through which to connect to other students […]

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House Sorting for 2021

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The Class of 2021 – incoming freshmen for the 2017-18 school year – took part in the annual House Sorting Day on Sunday, April 23. We look forward to welcoming these newest Rocks next August! Check out these ECHO images from staff photographer Anthony Black.

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