Class of 2026

This page is full of important information guiding families through the entire admissions process until your son begins school in August as a freshman.  We want you to feel totally comfortable knowing we will help your son make a smooth transition and Be GreaT at Trinity High School.


Listed below are a number of ways your family can visit campus and 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!

Along the way, please contact Director of Admissions, Mr. James Torra with any questions you may have.  You can reach him at or 502-736-2120.

We look forward to working with your family this fall and hope your son feels like he belongs here as part of the Trinity FAMILY!

Eighth-Grade High School Placement Test

Saturday, Dec. 11 at 9 a.m.

See below for some helpful hints leading up to the Placement Test:

  1. On December 11, your son should arrive at our cafeteria before 9 a.m. with several No. 2 pencils. There is no fee for the test and calculators are not needed. He may dress casually. He will be finished by 12:30 p.m. You can preregister your son for the test on our website:
  1. Your son should take the test at the school he plans to attend. Local Catholic schools agree to cease contact with those who test elsewhere. If he takes the test elsewhere and Trinity is still being considered, then call James Torra, our director of admissions, at 736-2120.
  1. Your son will not be denied admission to a Catholic high school because he took the test at another school.
  1. This is not an entrance test. In late February or early March, we will meet with you and your son to determine his classes for freshman year. We use the test, along with your input, and feedback from his current teachers in this process.

      5. If you have any questions about Trinity’s academic program and/or your enrollment status, please call our director of admissions Mr.                  James Torra at 736-2120, or academic dean Ms. Jennifer Browning at 736-8276.

Click here to preregister your son for the Placement Test.


For more information, contact:

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Take the Next Step:

  • Spend A Shadow Day With Us
    • Shadowing is the best way for a student to get a personal perspective of the Trinity experience! Students will spend time with a freshman shadow host visiting interactive classes in our Block Schedule, take a campus tour, and learn about the many benefits of a Trinity education including our House System.  Click here to register for a Shadow Day or call Ms. Melanie Hughes at 736-2109.
  • Schedule A Campus Tour
    • Our doors are always open! Click here to schedule a visit or contact Mr. James Torra at or 736-2120. We will offer both in-person and virtual campus tours this fall.
  • Take an Online Campus Tour
    • Click here to see the unique features of our campus that help students to Be GreaT!
  • Attend a Trinity “T” Time
    • These informative sessions provide a great opportunity to gather information and ask questions in a comfortable setting. Click here to register.
  • Attend Open House
    • This event is an invaluable introduction to Trinity’s community and spirit. Click here to RSVP for Trinity’s 2021 Open House on Sunday, Nov 14 from 1 – 5 p.m.!
  • Take the Placement Test
    • The Placement Test is the first formal step in the admissions process. Click here to sign up for the 2021 High School Placement Test on Saturday, Dec., 11 at 9 a.m..
  • Learn How Your Future Rock Can Be GreaT at Trinity
    • Click here learn more about who we are and how we help our students earn GreaT results.
  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.

    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!

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

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