Student government at Trinity High School is facilitated through the House System. Each of the 10 Houses elects nine student representatives for a total of ninety student leaders.
In each House, there are three senior House captains and two representatives each for juniors, sophomores and freshmen.
Representatives attend biweekly meetings and serve their House members by both bringing concerns to meetings and acting as a sounding board for ideas and suggestions from the school administration.
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