Open House: Sunday, Nov 12 from 1 – 5 p.m.
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.
Upon arrival for Open House your family will enter the Shamrock Hall Welcome Center where you will be greeted by students, faculty and parents. Upon check in you can choose from one of the following tour types:
- Personal Tour – your family will select the classrooms and areas around campus they want to visit and learn more about. They will be joined by a personal tour guide who will stay with them the entire time. If your families want to interact with teachers and students while learning about specific subject areas this is the tour you should select. You can visit areas on campus like the STEM lab, math classroom, learn about our music offerings, and more. If your family is unsure of which tour to select, I would suggest this tour.
- Campus Tour – your family will see the entire campus while lead in small groups by two student guides. You will pass by classrooms and other areas, but will be on a walking tour of campus. If your family sees a specific area you want to revisit at the end of the tour a student guide will can accompany you. This option provides a great overview of the campus and everything we have to offer.
Each tour ends in Alumni Hall where you will be greeted by faculty and staff, current parents, alumni and more while enjoying the opportunity to learn more about our Academic, Activity and Athletic offerings.
If you would like to preregister for Open House you can do so below. If not, we will see you on campus on Sunday, Nov 12 anytime from 1 – 5 p.m.
Our 2020 Open House will be held on Sunday, November 12 from 1 to 5 p.m.
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