Be GreaT Series

Welcome to our “Be GreaT Series” where Trinity High School’s Director of Admissions, James Torra, will share information about the unique facets of Trinity that help our students to Be Great!


Welcome to our “Be GreaT Series” where Trinity High School’s Director of Admissions, James Torra, will share information about the unique facets of Trinity that help our students to Be Great!

Watch as we visit our STEM lab to learn about the various classes and clubs students can take/join at Trinity! You’ll hear from STEM teacher, Mr. Steve Hammer, as he explains the program and showcases equipment students use to carry out project-based, hands on projects while developing their critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Our Catholic mission includes daily prayer, a four-year retreat program and community service to develop each student’s faith and character.

 

Watch as we visit our recently renovated Library Media Center where are two full-time Specialists work closely with students and teachers.  Here, classes have access to 3-D printers, virtual reality googles, robust online resources, a media center for collaborative group work and a variety of literary and media resources.


Watch as we visit our brand new College and Career Counseling center! You’ll hear from our two full-time College and Career Counselors who have helped recent graduates earn nearly $160 million in college scholarships.

Theatre, Guitar, Jazz Band, Chorus, Art, Digital Photography and Graphic Design are just a few ways our students can engage in the arts.


Video Production, Broadcast Journalism and other elective courses allow students to gain first-hand experience in the field of video journalism!

As the world of technology evolves, so does Trinity. In our completely renovated technology center we offer a variety of courses including CAD, Graphic Design, Networking, Programming, Robotics, Web Design and even a CISCO certification program.

Our House System helps students build even closer relationships and experience a deeper sense of belonging very quickly. This, along with more nearly 100 clubs, activities, athletic teams, intramurals, and House activities, allows students to find a group of friends that share the same interest. That’s the thing about Trinity – you can always find your place.


Our eight science labs and outdoor classroom engage students in daily hands-on, project-based learning experiences. In addition to the traditional Biology, Chemistry and Physics classes our student have access to many electives including AP courses and others like Forensic Science, Environmental Science, Anatomy and Physiology and many more. These offerings along with the flexibility Block Schedule provides allows many of our students to earn 5 or 6 science credits while at Trinity.

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