In addition to the student newspaper the ECHO, staff members produce the award-winning yearbook the Shamrock.
Using state-of-the-art equipment, students write stories, take photos and design layouts to create Trinity’s yearbooks, lasting records of each school year. In addition to hands-on collaborative work, students learn yearbook fundamentals, engage in lively discussions about journalistic ethics and become immersed in the various facets of life at Trinity. The tremendous effort staffs put forth to create the 184-page Shamrock results in books treasured for decades.
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Trinity High School has a proud and distinguished tradition in both fine and performing arts. We would like to highlight some of these young artists, along with their work. This week’s piece comes from senior August Jones in Mr. Serochi's Graphic Design class. August...read more
Trinity will use Wednesday, Oct. 10 as a testing day for all underclassmen. Testing begins at 9 a.m. and students should report to their assigned classrooms before that time. Seniors do not have school on this day and are encouraged to use the date to visit colleges....read more
Students - Fall is an excellent time to earn your service hours by helping with walks and fall festivals. Go to the Service Hours Rockspace page under RockLinks to see upcoming opportunities, including the Aviation and Military Heritage Festival, Dare to Care Fox...read more