This is a great time for your son to be joining the Trinity FAMILY! By the time he enters as a freshman we will have recently invested just under $40 million dollars in our St Matthews campus. What he will enjoy is remarkable including technology-filled classrooms, a state-of-the art STEM lab, renovated Library Media and Technology Centers, a new college and career center, new athletic spaces and a new cafeteria. Plus, plans are underway for two new buildings that will make our students high school experience even richer.
In addition, the results our students are achieving in our Block Schedule are record breaking. Recent graduates have set school records for cumulative ACT score, college merit scholarship earnings and the number of AP exams taken. In addition, 13 of our current seniors were recognized by the National Merit Corporation this fall, bringing our total number of National Merit Scholars to 70 over the past five years. Trinity = Results!
When you couple these results with the welcoming, inclusive environment created by our House System you have a winning combination where students quickly find where they belong and find academic success.
Welcome to the Trinity FAMILY!
We have created a special Class of 2024 page to guide you through the admissions process. It is full of important admissions and contact information helping your family make a smooth transition into Trinity.
The admissions timeline and processes have been agreed to by all local Catholic high schools. Please keep in mind that admission to Trinity is contingent upon placement in one of our academic programs, successfully completing eighth grade and a willingness to abide by the academic and behavioral expectations and procedures established by the school.
- The Placement Test for eighth-graders is Sat., Dec. 14 at 9 a.m. There is no fee for the test and all students need is a couple #2 pencils. For more information, or to preregister your son for the test, click here.
- All families receive information about their financial aid application. The application process will take place online through FACTS Management Services beginning Dec.15. A link to FACTS can also be found on trinityrocks.com under Enrollment > Financial Aid.
Mid-December to end of January
- Placement Test scores are returned to Trinity and sent to the student’s eighth-grade teachers for evaluation and input. Teachers offer written comments as to the accuracy of the scores as we begin the process of selecting the best academic program for your son.
- Requested information regarding a student’s academic performance and the biographical data sheet are due at Trinity by Jan. 17, 2020 (admissions and student information form). Click here to access a PDF version of the form.
- A special night will be held on Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. to go over the financial aid application process. You can RSVP for this event by clicking here.
- Letters inviting families to register are mailed on Feb. 11. This mailing includes an overall summary of your son’s test results.
- Information about Trinity’s bus program will be distributed.
- Financial aid application must be in “completed status” on FACTS by Feb. 28.
Late February/Early March
- Registration is held for the Class of 2024. You and your son will be invited to meet one-on-one with us to examine the test scores and teacher feedback. Together we will determine his most appropriate placement in one of our academic programs.
- Information regarding financial aid allocations is mailed the first week of May.
- Families must select a tuition payment plan and provide banking information on FACTS by May 15.
Admissions/Financial Aid/Tuition: James Torra, 736-2120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Placement/Academics: Jennifer Browning, 736-8276 or email@example.com
Important Moments in the Admissions Process for the Class of 2024
- Evenings of Feb. 27, March 2 and 5
- Test results will be discussed in one-on-one meetings.
- A suggested academic curriculum for freshman year will be covered.
- Information about summer activities will be distributed.
- Non-refundable $75 fee is required this evening.
- Financial Aid-
- Online application available to parents starting Dec. 15 (no paper application); information will be mailed and is also on Trinity’s website (trinityrocks.com) under Enrollment > Financial Aid.
- Parent meeting is offered at 7 p.m. on Thurs., Jan. 23 in Alumni Hall to explain the aid application process. You can RSVP for this event by clicking here.
- Online applications and 2018 tax returns should be in “completed status” with FACTS Management Services by Feb. 28.
- Aid awards announced and mailed to parents the first week in May
- Bus Options-
- Application forms mailed to parents in spring months; registration forms and payment are due by May 15.
- Click here for more information about the Trinity Bus Service
- Tuition Rates and Payment Plans-
- Brochure and enrollment forms are mailed to parents in April.
- Tuition payment plans must be selected, and the student(s) enrolled by May 15 (payments begin in July).
- Missing this deadline means a student will be removed from the school’s enrollment process.
- Families who submit late plans will be re-enrolled but risk loss of scholarships/financial aid.
- Click here for more information about current tuition rates and payment plans
- Book Sales-
- In July we send a list of required text books. You are welcome to buy them in advance elsewhere or here during Book Day the week of Aug. 5.
- If you decide to purchase textbooks from Trinity we offer a wide variety of used and new books along with a “buy-back” option at year’s end.
- Members of the Class of 2024 will pick up important materials and purchase their books the week of Aug. 5 at Book Day where they will be welcomed by faculty, staff and students.
Important Contact Information
Admissions, Tuition and Financial Aid Questions
James Torra – Director of Admissions
736-2120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Melanie Hughes – Admissions
736-2109 or email@example.com
Jennifer Browning – Academic Dean
736-8276 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Diehl – Director of Advanced Program
736-2196 or email@example.com
Lucia Simpson – Counselor
736-8273 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Support Program
Mary Ann Hall – Learning Support Coordinator
736-2111 or email@example.com
House System/Clubs and Activities
Adam Klein – House and Activities Director
736-8230 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Saxton – Athletics Director
736-2132 or email@example.com
Other Important Information
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
8 a.m. – 2:55 p.m.
9 a.m. – 2:55 p.m.
8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Alumni Hall Hours (before and after school)
Open at 7 a.m. before school (breakfast served for purchase)
Open until 4:30 p.m. after school (snack bar open)
House Sorting Day – Sunday, April 26 at 2 p.m.
Your son will have a blast engaging in fun activities, find out which House he is assigned to, make new friends and meet faculty and student mentors.
We offer a variety of academic and athletic camps over the summer including a week-long Freshman Orientation helping ease the transition into high school for your son.