Your time at Trinity is made up of many aspects of life on campus, from your classes to special interest clubs to athletics and more. You’ll share group experiences with your Trinity brothers that will stay with you for life. You’ll also have the chance to pursue your individual interests that set you apart and make you the unique person that adds to a great mix of students here at Trinity.
Students can make the most of their time with a variety of academic and extracurricular activities.
Exceptional education starts here
From hard science to the fine arts, great minds find inspiration in our classrooms, our instructors and our support system. Four levels of courses are available, to satisfy every level of greatness.
Greatness comes in many forms
At Trinity, greatness of mind and body work in harmony. Our athletics program provides challenge, confidence and strength in a variety of sports.
Fine Arts Clubs
Celebrate the creative side of your education
Whatever your passion, there’s a fine arts club to fill it through a variety of groups covering everything from jazz band and theater to photography and literary works.
Expand your knowledge outside the classroom
Share the experience of growing your academic experience in one of our many academic clubs. From Engineering to foreign languages, chess to business, you’ll learn a lot of cool stuff with others just like you.
Activities for every kind of interest
Intramural leagues are all about friendly competition and having fun. You can compete for your House or just do it for kicks. Regardless, they’re a great way to get active and hang with your Trinity brothers.
Experience a retreat day every year
It all starts with your freshman year where you learn about the spirit and community of Trinity. Through activities and discussions you’ll learn more about your classmates and how you can make the most of your time here.
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...
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