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Catholic Schools Week

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This week as part of Catholic Schools Week, we are highlighting the blessing that Catholic schools are in the lives of young people, families and communities across this country. Catholic schools offer academic excellence and faith-filled education for students nationwide. National test scores, high school graduation rates, college attendance and other data show that Catholic […]

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Basketball Poster-Signing Night!

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Join us for a special night of fun and Trinity Basketball on Saturday, Feb. 3 as the #1 ranked Shamrocks take on Male High School at Trinity’s Steinhauser Gymnasium. We have created special posters for grade-school-aged students, and the team will sign them immediately following the 7:30 p.m. varsity contest. Class of 2022 members are […]

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Class of 2022 Arrives for the Placement Test and a GreaT Future

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Saturday, Dec. 9, saw hundreds of eighth-graders take the High School Placement Test at Trinity. The students arrived with enthusiasm and a big dose of wonder. We are ready to make the next four years the best experience of their young lives. The number of testers is the second highest total of the past six […]

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December 9 Placement Test

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The Placement Test will be given at Trinity this coming Saturday, Dec. 9, at 9 a.m. The test is for current eighth-grade students, potential members of the Trinity Class of 2022. The test is the same one used by all local Catholic high schools, and students should take the test at the school in which […]

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Trinity Featured in Momentum

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Trinity High School was recently featured in an article that appeared in Momentum. Momentum is published by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA), a professional membership organization that provides leadership, direction and service to fulfill the evangelizing, catechizing and teaching mission of the Church. They have produced this publication since 1970, focusing on relevant, timely and important […]

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Trinity Continues to Lead the Way in Student Health and Well-Being

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The statement below appeared in the Courier-Journal’s Community Forum page on July 4. Trinity High School & Drug Testing – Two Years Later  By Rob Mullen ’77 and Dan Zoeller H’07 In his book, “Thank You For Being Late,” Thomas Friedman examines societal disruption caused by today’s pace of change. He argues globalization, climate change […]

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