Yearbook Journalism

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.


For more information, contact:
Tony Lococo

Tony Lococo


Email: lococo@thsrock.net
Phone: 502.736.8232

Student News

Spring Break Service Trip

Trinity is teaming up with Hand in Hand Ministries again this school year to offer another week-long Spring Break service project in Central America. In 2017, we traveled with a great group of parents and students to help build a home for a family outside of Managua,...

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Part time merchandisers needed

A message from Andrew Wargel at St. Joe's Crescent Hill: Hello, I work for Home City Ice, and we are looking for 3-4 people to help with merchandising this weekend. Days would be Saturday-Monday June 30 - July 2 (possibility for Tuesday-Wednesday) with 4-8 hours of...

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