Trinity has a staff of eight counselors, one for every grade level, plus a traditional, advanced placement and learning difference counselor. Also, two counselors assist seniors with college and career planning.

Our staff specializes in personal counseling. The counselors here at Trinity are here to meet the needs of those students who have problems which may interfere with their normal progress in school. Counselors work with students, parents, teachers and administrators to meet the needs of your son.


Call (502) 895-9427 for more information.

Call (502) 895-9427 for more information.


Emily Boyle

Freshman Counselor for Academic and Honors level students

Devian Logan

Sophomore Counselor for Academic and Honors level students

Michael Magre

Junior/Senior Counselor for Academic and Honors level students

Lucia Simpson

Traditional Program Counselor for freshman – seniors

Aaron Striegel

Advanced Program Counselor for freshmen – seniors

Mary Hall

Learning Support Counselor for students in Academic, Honors, and Advanced levels

College Counseling

Matt Manning

College Counselor for seniors with last names L-Z

Allie Stich

College Counselor for seniors with last names A-L

Academic Deans

Jennifer Browning
Dean of Studies
Academic and Traditional Programs
Jeremy Jackson
Dean of Studies
Advanced and Honors Programs

Student News

2018 Advanced Program Awards

Trinity's Advanced Program presents an awards program each May.  Program Director Paul Diehl and Advanced Program teachers recognize several students for their outstanding work during the school year.  Below, you will find a link to a complete list of the awards....

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Second Annual Summer Reading Book Fair

Please stop by the Library Media Center this week and visit our 2nd Annual Summer Reading Book Fair. Carmichael’s supplies the books and we get a nice percentage of the proceeds. In addition to having all summer reading titles, we have some awesome deals on books...

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Summer School

As we near the end of the 2nd semester, young men’s minds tend to wander to thoughts of all sorts of things unrelated to school.  Encourage your son to finish the year strong and work hard to succeed on his semester exams coming up.  For most, the end of the year will...

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