Before the test taking and the class schedules, this exploratory stage of the admissions process will help you get a better feel for Trinity. This step is essential. We have designed several programs and events to give you an up close and personal perspective.
Our doors are always open! Please schedule a tour in advance by contacting James Torra H’12 or Ryan McCauley ‘13 in the Office of School Advancement at 502.736.2120 or 502.736.2180. Tours begin in the Rotunda at the corner of Sherrin Avenue and Shelbyville Road and last approximately 45 minutes.
To arrange for a Campus Tour, contact:
James Torra H'12
Personal Campus Tours
Throughout the fall we will offer a series of personal tours during the school day allowing parents, guardians and students to visit campus while classes are in session. Each tour will be conducted by a member of the Admissions Office and last approximately 45 minutes. To register for one of these tours click here. If you have questions or need to schedule on a date that is no offered please contact Director of Admissions, Mr. James Torra, at email@example.com or 502-736-2120.
Virtual Campus Tours
This fall we will offer families and students the opportunity to visit the campus virtually via Zoom. Virtual Campus Tours will provide the opportunity to learn more about our campus and how we help students Be GreaT! Each tour will be conducted by Director of Admissions Mr. James Torra and last approximately 45 minutes. Evening sessions provide the opportunity for students to participate. To register use the form below or contact Ms. Melanie Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502.736-2109. We will share details before each tour including a Zoom link for you to join. Go Rocks!
Want to see how you fit in at Trinity? This event is an invaluable introduction to Trinity’s community and spirit. Alumni, faculty and staff, administrators, current and former parents, and students all work together to proudly showcase everything Trinity has to offer. There is time to speak personally with teachers about classes and curriculum, see the extra-curricular activities and examine the state-of-the-art facilities.
Our 2020 Open House is Nov. 8 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Shadowing is the best way for a student to get a personal perspective of the Trinity experience. Typically, 8th grade students shadow in the fall and 7th grade students are invited to shadow in the spring. Shadows are asked to arrive between 7:30 and 7:45 a.m. at the Rotunda – the building at the corner of Shelbyville Road and Sherrin Avenue. You will be introduced to your freshman and senior House Captain “hosts,” eat breakfast and proceed to a day of classes. Shadows spend a half-day meeting many of Trinity’s awesome teachers during the day (lunch is on US!) A short tour of the school is included the day, which ends around 1 p.m. We will work hard in advance to ensure you experience the academic classes that match your particular interests. Special Note: on Wednesdays, Trinity opens on a delayed schedule so please report between 8:30 and 8:45 a.m. if you’re coming on a Wednesday. Your day will conclude around 2 p.m. To arrange for a Shadow, please have a parent contact Ms. Hughes in the Office for School Advancement at 502.736.2109.
To arrange for a Shadow, contact:
Information Packets are readily available from the Office for School Advancement. Please contact Melanie Hughes at 502.736.2109 with your name and address and we will be more than happy to get you something in the mail. The mailing will include a myriad of information about our Block Schedule, House System and much more to assist you in learning more about Trinity High School. If your son is a student here in Louisville, please include his name, grade, school he attends and birth date.
To receive an information packet, contact:
Use our on-line registration and a member of the Advancement Team will contact you about you with details about your Shadow Day.
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