In the fall of 2001, Trinity High School became the only school in the region to offer a House System. Common in European schools, the system “places students into smaller communities to increase opportunities for student leadership and adult mentoring,” said Dr. Dan Zoeller, Trinity’s principal.
Since its inception, students are building even closer relationships and experiencing a deeper sense of belonging. School spirit is up and the student voice in the administration is greater than ever! There are 10 Houses of approximately 120 students who remain in the same House for their full four years. Named after famous Catholic saints, thinkers and writers, the Houses comprise freshmen through seniors. Throughout the year, Houses compete in a variety of contests and competitions to encourage unity and pride. Each House has its own motto, mascot, colors, banner and student-designed T-shirt. The House System also encompasses student government at Trinity. There are nine student representatives for each House – three seniors, and two each from the junior, sophomore and freshman classes. Together, they form a vibrant and responsive student government comprising 90 students who are elected by peers to serve each year.
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