We have created a special Class of 2025 page updating Trinity’s fall admissions events.  It is full of important admissions and contact information helping your family learn more about the unique facets of Trinity. We want you to feel totally comfortable knowing that we can help your son Be GreaT at Trinity High School.

 In a typical year we would currently be hosting eighth graders for shadow days so they could learn what it’s like to be a Trinity student for the day. However, as your family is experiencing, nothing about the start of this school year is typical!

Following guidelines presented by the Archdiocese of Louisville, shadowing is currently on hold, but we did not want to miss the opportunity to offer families a chance to sign up for a shadow day beginning next semester. If you are interested in setting up a shadow day for your son after he takes the Placement test in December, you can click here or call Ms. Melanie Hughes at 736-2109. 

In addition, we are offering a variety of other options for your family to visit campus and learn more this fall. For more information, please see below:

  • Personal Campus Tours – 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.  To register for one of these tours click here.  If the times provided do not fit your schedule, contact Ms. Melanie Hughes at hughes@trinityrocks.com or 502-736-2109 and we can look at an alternative date and time.
  • Virtual Campus Tours – we will host a series of virtual campus tours throughout the fall on Zoom.  These events will occur during the day and in the evening allowing parents, guardians and students to visit campus.  You can register for one of these tours by clicking here.
  • Online Campus Tour – watch an online campus tour showcasing the unique facets of Trinity that help our students to Be GreaT.  You can access our online campus tour by clicking here.
  • Trinity “T” Times – these informative sessions provide a great opportunity to gather information and ask questions in a comforting setting.  You can register by clicking here.
  • Future Rock Zoom Nights – later this fall we will host Zoom meetings for eighth-grade students so they can meet and interact with current Trinity students and learn about our school.  More information and details will be shared soon.
  • Open House – Faculty and staff, administrators, current parents and students all work together to proudly showcase everything Trinity has to offer.  Families can choose from two days of self-guided campus tours where they will see and learn about the unique facets that help our students to Be GreaT!  We ask that all families preregister for their tour by clicking here.
  • Placement Test – we are planning on offering the Placement Test on campus and in-person on Sat., Dec. 12 at 9 a.m.  We will share details as they emerge and keep families updated.  You can pre-register your son for the test by clicking here.

Along the way, please don’t hesitate to contact Director of Admissions, Mr. James Torra at torra@trinityrocks.com or 502-736-2120 with questions or for further information.  We are excited to work with your family this fall and will walk you through the entire admissions process.

To discover who we are at Trinity High School, what we achieve at Trinity High School, and how your Future Rock can Be GreaT at Trinity High School click here!

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If you have any questions, please contact Mr. James Torra, Director of Admissions, at 736-2120 or torra@trinityrocks.com.

 

  1. What are the advantages of Block Scheduling?
    • Our Block Schedule has allowed students to earn record-setting results. To learn more click here.
  2. What is Advising?
    • Advising is made up of smaller communities that allow students the opportunity to grow closer relationships with Housemates and Faculty Advisors they will spend their four years with.  To learn more click here.
  3. What Academic Programs does Trinity offer?
    • We offer four Academic Programs to ensure each student’s experience is tailored to their abilities. Our goal is that each student reaches their full potential in a way that works best for them.  To learn more click here.
  4. Can my freshman test out of Algebra I?
    • Yes. At Trinity, we personalize each student’s academic placement in every class starting freshman year. Math is one of several classes that are taught at up to seven different levels freshman year. To learn more click here.
  5. What type of Counseling and/or Learning Support does Trinity offer?
    • We have ten counselors and two Academic Deans to support our students. There are counselors for every grade level, plus a traditional, advanced placement and learning difference counselor. We also have two counselors who assist seniors with college and career planning. To learn more click here.
  6. Can you explain Trinity’s BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy?
    • Through our Bring Your Own Device policy, we’ve learned what works best for students in classrooms. To learn more click here.
  7. What are the benefits of the House System?
    • The House System allows students the chance to build even closer relationships and experience a deeper sense of belonging. To learn more click here.
  8. How will you help my son make a smooth Transition to Trinity?
    • With more than 100 clubs, activities, athletic teams, intramurals and House activities, students find a group of friends that share the same interests. To learn more click here.
  9. How can my son participate in Athletics?
    • We offer a strong and vibrant athletics program with more than 20 different sports to choose from and at least one no-cut sport each season. To learn more click here.
  10. Can you explain tuition payment plans and how to apply for financial aid?
    • At Trinity, we are committed to maintaining academic excellence for all students, and equally determined to offer tuition payment plans and financial aid opportunities that make Trinity the right choice for families. To learn more click here.

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