Naming Opportunities

Campus Naming Opportunities

(most are payable over one to five years)

$1 Million

  • Communication Arts Center (payable over 10 years)

$750,000

  • Shamrock Hall Gymnasium (payable over 10 years)

$500,000

  • Convocation Hall (payable over 10 years)

$250,000

  • Parking Lot (4)
  • Stadium Concession Area—Visitors’ Side

$150,000

  • Stadium Press Box—Home Side
  • Trinity High School Foundation Offices

$100,000

  • Academic Services Lobby in Alumni Hall (claimed)
  • Alumni Hall Boardroom (claimed)
  • Science Lab (8)
  • Stadium Press Box—Visitor’s Side
  • Steinhauser Gymnasium Lobby
  • Trinity Auditorium Lobby
  • TTV Studio
  • Wrestling Workout Room – 2nd Floor of Marshall Center (claimed)

$75,000

  • Academic Service Conference Room (claimed)
  • Campus Store (claimed)
  • Computer Lab (7)
  • Faculty & Staff Dining Room
  • Office of School Advancement
  • Ticket Window Area – Alumni Hall and Stadium (3)

$50,000

  • Duerr Hall Classroom (9)

$25,000

  • Communications & Arts Center Classroom (9 – one claimed)
  • Floersh Hall Classroom (40)
  • Old Trinity Hall Classroom (14 – two claimed)
  • Shamrock Hall Classroom (2)
  • Shamrock Hall Conference Room
  • Sheehan Hall Classroom (16)

For more information on ways your generosity can benefit Trinity High School, contact:

Trinity High School Foundation


Email: ths.foundation@thsrock.net
Phone: 502.736.2100

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