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Dr. Zoeller’s Friday Send-Off

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Trinity Principal Dr. Dan Zoeller addresses the Trinity High School community by wrapping up the week. Dr. Zoeller will continue to keep the Trinity Family updated with weekly message for students and parents alike.

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Update from Academic Services

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Hello to all. We miss our students and appreciate the good work they are doing during this time of crisis. A few updates: We are aware Rockspace can be agonizingly slow at times. Still, about 75% of students are getting the work done. We get reports daily from the national office assuring us they continue […]

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Trinity Alumni Event Cancelations

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Trinity’s Alumni Association Family Easter Egg Hunt on April 11, has been canceled Our Alumni Mass on March 18 and The Alumni Business Circle Meeting on March 19 are both canceled

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Crazy for You Updated Performance Schedule

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To: All of the Wonderful Patrons of the Department of Theatre Arts who purchased tickets for one or more performances of Trinity High School Department of Theatre Arts Crazy for You Fr: Kate E. Reedy, Producer/Artistic Director Given the COVID-19 pandemic and following recommendations from local government and health officials, we are making the difficult decision to […]

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An Update Regarding COVID-19 and Trinity

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From Dr. Mullen I believe we are ready for the scheduled three-week move to a campus shut down and online learning. Some important notes: We will post important information on our web site under NEWS. We will also tweet when we have posted something. Dr. Zoeller will also email parents if something needs to be […]

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Trinity Students Attend Nonviolence Symposium

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Recently, Trinity juniors Josh Domzalski, Jack Ferree, Chris Forehand, Dylan McGrath, Owen Neumayer, Blake Ruffin, John Vanetti, Ryan Wiseman and Vince Wolfram attended a Nonviolence Symposium with Trinity Campus Minister Chris Luken. The Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion hosted the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium: Empowered Young Leaders. About 75 students from various local high schools attended […]

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