Counseling

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.

Counselors


Emily Boyle
502.736.2191

Freshman Counselor for Academic and Honors level students

Devian Logan
502.736.2106

Sophomore Counselor for Academic and Honors level students

Michael Magre
502.736.2192

Junior/Senior Counselor for Academic and Honors level students

Lucia Simpson
502.736.8273

Traditional Program Counselor for freshman – seniors

Aaron Striegel
502.736.2121

Advanced Program Counselor for freshmen – seniors

Mary Hall
502.736.2111

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

College Counseling


Matt Manning
502.736.2167

College Counselor for seniors with last names L-Z

Allie Stich
502.736.8262

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

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Fall Blood Drive

Trinity will host the annual fall Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, Nov. 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Shamrock Hall Gymnasium. Students, family members, alumni and friends (16 years and older) are encouraged to attend and donate blood. Sign-ups for students...

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