Trinity News

Two Named Eagle Scouts

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Trinity sophomores Andrew Craven and Evan Sheehy achieved the rank of Eagle in the Boy Scouts of America recently. They are members of Troop 243 at John Paul II Catholic Church. Andrew built a shelter for goats at the Black Acre Nature Preserve. Evan cleared three trails and built and installed trail markers at the […]

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Catholic Schools Week

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This week as part of Catholic Schools Week, we are highlighting the blessing that Catholic schools are in the lives of young people, families and communities across this country. Catholic schools offer academic excellence and faith-filled education for students nationwide. National test scores, high school graduation rates, college attendance and other data show that Catholic […]

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A Message from Speech and Debate Moderator Amy Zuccaro to the School Community

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I want to offer my thanks on behalf of the Speech and Debate team. On Saturday, Jan. 27, Trinity hosted the largest invitational speech tournament of the season, and it could be as big (or bigger) than the state tournament. In total, we hosted 35 schools from three states. A total of 379 students competed in 643 […]

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Speech News

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January continues to be a solid month for the Speech and Debate Rocks. On January 20, the sophomores of the Speech Team competed in the Rocket Invitational hosted by Assumption High School. Preston Romanov advanced to the supersession of Congressional Debate. The team of Gus Boyer and Charlie Thegreat advanced to finals and claimed sixth place in […]

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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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Argentinians are Here

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This week, six Argentinian students arrived for a month-long visit to Louisville and Trinity High School. They came along with several girls who will attend Assumption and Mercy. While here, the students are hosted by Trinity families. In late May, our students will visit Argentina for a month and attend school there. It’s currently summer […]

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