Programs of Study

Advanced Program

Offers a rigorous curriculum for gifted and accelerated students that provides an exceptional preparation for college. Students have an opportunity to acquire numerous college credits while meeting Trinity’s graduation requirements. An Advanced Program counselor works closely with freshmen and sophomores. This program annually produces numerous Governor’s Scholars and National Merit Finalists.

A core team of teachers and counselors meets weekly to discuss individual student needs and work together to produce interdisciplinary units.


For more information on the Advanced Program, contact:
Paul Diehl

Paul Diehl


Email: diehl@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.8212

Honors Program

Provides the Kentucky pre-college curriculum at a pace and depth appropriate to above average students. A combination of core courses and electives soundly prepares students for college studies while offering some opportunity to explore potential college majors. Students in the Honors Program also may be able to enroll in select college credit courses.

A core team of teachers and counselors meets regularly to discuss individual student needs and work together to produce interdisciplinary units.


For more information on the Honors Program, contact:
Jeremy Jackson

Jeremy Jackson


Email: jackson@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.2135

Academic Program

Provides the Kentucky pre-college curriculum at a pace and depth appropriate to mid-range students. A combination of core courses and electives soundly prepares students for college studies while offering some opportunity to explore potential college majors. Freshmen also take a required course in computer applications. A core team of teachers and counselors meets regularly to discuss individual student needs and work together to produce interdisciplinary units.


For more information on the Academic Program, contact:
Jennifer Browning

Jennifer Browning


Email: browning@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.8276
 

Traditional Program

Serves students who come to high school needing both remedial assistance and special assistance stemming from learning differences. Individualized instruction, smaller class sizes and an emphasis on using technology spell success in this program. The Traditional Program also offers a counselor dedicated to these students and their needs all four years. This program has long been considered a model for other schools.

A core team of teachers and counselors meets regularly to discuss individual student needs and work together to produce interdisciplinary units.


For more information on the Traditional Program, contact:
Deborah Heaverin

Deborah Heaverin


Email: heaverin@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.8279
 

 

House News

 

Phoenix Win Trinity Faculty and Staff Trivia Challenge

The first House competition of the first quarter was the Trinity Faculty and Staff Trivia Challenge held during Advising on Aug. 29. This fun and fast-paced online trivia game put advising groups to the test on how much they knew about Trinity's faculty and staff....

Dante Leads the Way at Trinity vs. Carmel Football Marquee

The first marquee event of the first quarter was held on August 23. Three-hundred and six House members checked in during the game against Carmel High School. Dante House had the most members check in during the game. Patrick House was second and Romero was third. Ten...

House Leaders Assist Freshmen on Book Day

On August 6, House Captains and fellow seniors assisted their newest Trinity brothers during Book Day. Seniors helped the freshmen and their parents find their lockers and the Library Media Center where they picked up the newest version of the House t-shirts and their...

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Blessings in a Backpack

Blessings in a Backpack

Blessings in a Backpack is a nonprofit organization that organizes individuals and communities to provide food on the weekends for elementary school children across America who might otherwise go hungry. They send bags of food home every weekend of the school year to...

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