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Every doctoral thesis has a backstory, and mine begins at age 16 at Trinity High School, when a group of students from Seville, Spain visited as part of an exchange program. As circumstances would have it, I became fast friends with many in the group, and, to my enormous delight, I was given the opportunity to reciprocate the exchange by visiting Seville in the summer of 2010. I will be forever grateful to Dr. Dan Zoeller, Maria Martin, Don Switzer, and especially the late Pilar Nordmann for providing me with this life-changing experience. Over the past 11 years, since our first meeting, I have become exceptional friends with my host brother, Manuel Fernandez Ponce, whose humor, openness, and comradery continue to make me feel at ease and at home. To Maria, Fernando, Reyes, and Lola, thank you for opening your home time and again, and for your steadfast support and friendship. And to Carlos Pagola Correa, Carlos Lopez Casado, and Andres Membrillo, thank you for many years of friendship.
Argentina Exchange Program
Trinity has an exchange each year with Colegio Santa Ethnea, a co-ed college preparatory secondary school sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas in Bella Vista, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Trinity has an exchange each year with Kinsale Community, Kinsale is a co-ed school, roughly the size of Trinity with Catholic roots and a strong commitment to STEM education.
In late May and early June each year, a team of student scientists from Trinity participate in the Seeds of Change Program in Costa Rica.
Every other school year, Trinity organizes a European tour of World War II and Holocaust sites.
This June, over 30 Trinity students will be traveling to Japan. The students will be visiting Tokyo, Kamakura, Mt. Fuji, Hakone, Kyoto and its Bamboo Forest, Hiroshima and Osaka.
International Travel News
Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic Schools Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update March 9, 2020 As of this morning, four (4) cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Kentucky with one (1) of those cases in Jefferson County. The state of Kentucky has a web page...
Began in the 2016-17 school year, the Trinity Argentinian Exchange program has become a major success! Argentinian students from Colegio Santa Ethnea visit Trinity in February (their summer break) and each student stays with a host family from Trinity. Normally five...
In June 2020, 36 Trinity students will be traveling to Japan. The Rocks will be accompanied by parents and Trinity chaperones, led by Mr. Benjamin Sobczyk. "I'm super excited to get our kids abroad and studying the world!" Japan has had many identities through the...
Kentucky’s already in need homeless population has grown during the pandemic and so has it’s need! Did you know one of the greatest needs for the homeless is socks? Please help the Trinity Lacrosse Team help those in need! They’ll be collecting new or gently used...
Because Jefferson County infection rates are still above the rate where schools may consider going mask optional, masks will be required for Trinity High School next week, the week of Jan. 24. Stay safe, Trinity FAMILY!
A comprehensive look at the week ahead for Trinity's student athletes. To keep up-to-date with all things Trinity Sports, make sure you're following our official Trinity Sports Twitter account! For photos, follow along with Trinity Athletic Photos on Facebook! The...