Trinity News

KUNA

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Under the leadership of the Secretary General, our very own Chidum Okeke, another successful Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) wrapped up on Saturday, March 25. Our 39 students joined the finest of the finest from our state, representing 33 schools over three days of amazing work, where students presented and debated some of the most important […]

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Metal Repousse Work in Art

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Students in Mr. Hull’s Art classes designed their initials in an existing or made-up font, then used the metal repousse/chasing process of ‘stretching’ the metal to raise it off the surface. Their work is currently on display in the Communication Arts Center.

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Tim Hardesty ’16 Remembered

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Friends, community leaders and loved ones attended a ceremony marking the planting of a tree in Tim Hardesty’s memory on Thursday, March 23, at Founders’ Plaza on the campus of Trinity High School. A 2016 graduate of Trinity, Tim died in a car accident in July after his graduation. Memorial gifts in Tim’s memory were […]

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Senior Ready to Fly the Friendly Skies

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Carson Fusting is currently a Senior at Trinity, and is planning on pursuing his dream career as a professional pilot. On November 15, 2016, he took his first solo flight and on March 2 of this year, he successfully completed his FAA check ride and was issued his Private Pilot’s license. He is currently working […]

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Praise for the Spring Blood Drive

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Ms. Mason and her Dante teammates were especially pleased with the spring blood drive, held on March 22: “Thanks to those members of Dante House who worked all day at the drive; to the maintenance crew for helping with the setup and clean up; to Ms. Lichtefeld and Ms. Roth for all their help keeping […]

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Entrepreneurship Studies Engages Students

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Several years ago, Mr. Wayne Kraus ’85 engaged with Trinity administrators and officials at Papa John’s Corporate Headquarters to create a class in entrepreneurship studies for Trinity students. The course is taught primarily at Trinity, but also features regular trips to Papa John’s to engage with real world businesspeople in an effort to immerse students […]

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