International Travel

Travel Opportunities

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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.

Parker Lawson '11

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.

Ireland

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. 

China

Each June, several Trinity Students travel to China for two weeks. They visit Beijing and 2-3 other cities

Costa Rica

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.

Europe

Every other school year, Trinity organizes a European tour of World War II and Holocaust sites.

Kenya

In the summer of 2019, Trinity students went on a mission trip to the Cherangany District, Kenya.

Japan

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.

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International Travel News

Trinity Students Travel to Ireland

Trinity Students Travel to Ireland

Kinsale Community is a co-ed school, roughly the size of Trinity with Catholic roots and a strong commitment to STEM education. Several Kinsale students stayed with Trinity families last April then invited us for a visit. The faculty is strong and dedicated, the...

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Trinity Students Travel to Europe to Bring History to Life

Trinity Students Travel to Europe to Bring History to Life

As an extension of Ms. Darby's T251 Holocaust class, Trinity students traveled to Europe in June to immerse themselves in the history of WWII and the Holocaust on the 75th anniversary of D-Day. A group of 12 Trinity students and six adults landed in London on June...

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Trinity’s Argentina Exchange Program

Trinity’s Argentina Exchange Program

Costa Rica. Kenya. Argentina. Three countries, one summer of unforgettable international opportunities for Trinity students. Several Trinity Rocks recently began their Argentina Exchange Program experience, and we have two first-hand accounts from our guys living in...

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Trinity News

Safe Crossings for 22 Years

Safe Crossings for 22 Years

Brandon King, ECHO Staff Reporter Anyone who has driven Shelbyville Road at 3 in the afternoon knows the traffic is heavy and constant. Crossing the road at that time of day can be a dangerous endeavor. Ms. Lynnette Krebs, a Traffic Control Officer for the Louisville...

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Rocks a Premier Delegation at Kentucky Youth Assembly

Rocks a Premier Delegation at Kentucky Youth Assembly

Trinity’s Kentucky Youth Assembly contingent won the Premier Delegation award. According to co-Y-Club moderator Mr. Walter Mata, this award is given to schools that excel in every aspect of the conference. The Rocks delegation was led by Y-Club captains Ryan Groza and...

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Mask-optional Policy

Mask-optional Policy

Mask-optional Policy Dr. Rob Mullen The Archdiocese, in concert with the Health Department, has issued guidelines for a mask-optional approach. Our high vaccination rate and the very few cases of Covid-19 we have had at any one time indicate a mask-optional approach...

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