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Trinity gives each student a chance to grow and succeed in an environment unlike any other high school. Your generous gift to the Trinity High School Foundation can help us continue this mission.
The Trinity High School Foundation is entrusted with supporting the mission of Trinity High School by serving as good stewards of the campus facilities and endowment funds which are secured through fundraising and investment gifts.
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Your contribution makes a difference
- Trinity will distribute more than $3.1 million in tuition assistance during the 2017-18 school year
- More than 40% of families will receive financial aid during the 2017-18 school year
- 100% of the Class of 2017 took the ACT, continuing a decade-long trend of ever-increasing scores
- The Class of 2017 received scholarship offers totaling more than $22 million and graduates were accepted at 159 colleges and universities
- 95 percent participated in a Christian Awakening Senior Retreat
- The Class of 2017 performed more than 20,000 service hours over four years, while supporting more than 150 community agencies
Thankful for the generosity
We are blessed to be surrounded by people who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to the Trinity High School Foundation and the hundreds of young men we serve.
Memorable moments all year long
On Thursday, Oct. 19, Ms. Darby and Ms. Flipper took their freshman classes to Derby Dinner Playhouse to see A Murder is Announced by Agatha Christie. The field trip was part of a larger reading unit on detective fiction. Ms. Darby says that, "detective fiction is...read more
On Saturday, Oct. 14, the Debate team kicked off its first group outing of the year with the Wyatt Debate League. Mark Hughes was named 7th best speaker in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas Debate. In Congressional Debate, Preston Romanov was named 8th best speaker and Cooper...read more
Since 2006, Trinity High School’s St. Joseph of Arimathea Society has recognized the dignity of all people by serving as pallbearers at the burials of people in Louisville who were homeless or otherwise economically impoverished. This year, Art instructor Mr. Jimmy...read more