Trinity News

Thank you, Branden Klayko ’02

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Every current and future Trinity student needs to thank Branden Klayko. After graduating in 2002, he enrolled at Washington University in St. Louis. He earned a degree in architecture and spent his professional life focusing on urban design, eventually becoming well-known for publications related to that field. He married in spring 2017, but soon after […]

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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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Trinity High School Announces its 2017 Football Schedule

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Trinity High School, Kentucky’s 24-time football state champion, announces its 2017 varsity football schedule. The schedule will feature top-caliber competition from Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Florida. The Shamrocks will visit Northern Kentucky’s Ryle High School on Friday, August 11 for a pre-season scrimmage game. The schedule includes the rivalry game against cross-town foe St. Xavier […]

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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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KASL Honors Trinity’s Principal

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Each year, the Kentucky Association of School Librarians (KASL) bestows an award to one school administrator “who has made an outstanding contribution toward furthering the role of the library and its development in education.” Nominations must substantiate that the administrator is “an advocate for library media programs and that this individual’s philosophy supports the central […]

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66th National Catholic Forensic League Grand National Tournament

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On Saturday, May 27, Trinity High School was one of five local sites for the National Catholic Forensic League (NCFL) Grand National Tournament. The tournament moves to different sites each year, and Louisville was the host in 2017. Trinity teacher and Speech and Debate moderator Ms. Amy Zuccaro was on the steering committee that spent more […]

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