Trinity News

Who Dunnit?

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On Thursday, Oct. 19, Ms. Darby and Ms. Flipper took their freshman classes to Derby Dinner Playhouse to see A Murder is Announced by Agatha Christie. The field trip was part of a larger reading unit on detective fiction. Ms. Darby says that, “detective fiction is high interest for all students. It keeps them engaged and continually turning […]

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Speech & Debate News

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On Saturday, Oct. 14, the Debate team kicked off its first group outing of the year with the Wyatt Debate League. Mark Hughes was named 7th best speaker in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas Debate. In Congressional Debate, Preston Romanov was named 8th best speaker and Cooper Winrich was named TOURNAMENT CHAMPION. The JV Public Forum team of […]

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SJOAS and Art Classes Collaborate for Families

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Since 2006, Trinity High School’s St. Joseph of Arimathea Society has recognized the dignity of all people by serving as pallbearers at the burials of people in Louisville who were homeless or otherwise economically impoverished. This year, Art instructor Mr. Jimmy Serochi added a personal touch to support the ministry. “The students in my Working […]

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Career Fair

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Trinity’s counseling department will hold a Career Fair on November 14 highlighting post-secondary career and education opportunities for students interested in alternatives to a typical college degree program. In the past we have had representatives from career fields representing electricians, pipe fitters, plumbers, fire fighters and more. We are looking to expand the fair to highlight a […]

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Rock the Heart

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Trinity Lacrosse teamed up with Sacred Heart Academy to compete in the annual “Rock the Heart” charity game on Tuesday, Oct. 17. This year, the benefit supported the Savannah Walker Scholarship fund at U of L. Thanks to Trinity head coach Pete Schroeder H’16 and the students and staffs at both schools for their generosity and […]

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Dare to Care Food Drive

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Trinity’s annual Dare to Care food drive will officially start collection next week. While students are participating throughout the drive through their House System Advising Groups, we will gladly accept community donations of canned goods. These can be dropped off at the receptacle just inside the school’s rotunda on Sherrin Avenue. Please give this effort […]

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