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Trinity’s Argentinian Exchange Students Arrive on Campus!

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Began in the 2016-17 school year, the Trinity Argentinian Exchange program has become a major success! Argentinian students from Colegio Santa Ethnea visit Trinity in February (their summer break) and each student stays with a host family from Trinity. Normally five to six students from each school participate. Trinity’s participation is part of a larger […]

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Trinity Seniors Accepted to Naval Academy

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For Trinity seniors, Nathan Willkie and Isaac McQuillen, their respective journeys to the Naval Academy share some common themes. Willkie grew up in a military family in Hawaii and knew he wanted to attend the USNA when a Midshipman visited his school. “I had made up my mind pretty early that I wanted to be […]

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Speech and Debate Rocks Open 2020 Strong

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(Picture from left to right:  Matthew Chou, Preston Romanov, Gus Boyer, Michael Chou, Walker Evans) Congratulations to the Speech and Debate Rocks for another strong performance this year.   Five Rocks traveled to Northern Kentucky this past weekend to compete in the Break in the New Year Invitational hosted by Dixie Heights. The team resoundingly won […]

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City Leaders Laud Champion Football Rocks

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From the ECHO Staff: City leaders were among those who lauded the state champion football Rocks at an assembly held in Steinhauser Gymnasium Jan. 13.  Trinity brought home its 26th football state title by defeating Male 28-6 on Dec. 8.  Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer ’76 and St. Matthews Council members Ms. Mary Jo Nay and […]

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Raymond Brown Presentation by Dr. Marion Soards

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Trinity High School’s Saints Peter and Paul Society is proud to offer a presentation highlighting the contributions of Sulpician Father Raymond Brown to New Testament studies. Presenting is Dr. Marion Soards, who served as graduate assistant to Brown for many years. This is a perfect offering for the season of Lent as we are asked […]

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Class of 2024 Arrives for the Beginning

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Just under 400 8th graders arrived at Trinity for the annual Placement Test on Dec. 14. The number of testers is the second most in the past eight years. Attracted by our block schedule, House System and record levels of student achievement, the eighth graders represent a wide variety of Catholic, private and public schools. […]

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