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The Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi

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During this time of so much strife we offer the prayer of St. Francis of Assisi.

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Important Information About School on Thurs., Sept. 24

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Given the unrest and uncertainty, Catholic schools are going completely online tomorrow. We will follow our Alphabetical Teams schedule for tomorrow. Students will attend Green Day classes and do not have to log into Advising. First period begins at 9 a.m. Teachers will post their Teams meetings and can be contacted directly with questions.  Our […]

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Trinity Senior Inks Three Book Deal with Barnes & Noble

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Pictured is Trinity senior Josh Gilbert (far left) and friends. For Trinity senior, Josh Gilbert, writing began as a way of expressing feeling, experiences, and emotions. “Getting involved with Amazon and Barnes & Noble was a complete shock to, not only myself, but everyone who was involved with the book!” Josh’s first book, Sentoid Containment, […]

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A Message from Trinity Operations

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September 2020 As you know, Trinity High School is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy learning environment for all employees and students in our school.  In keeping with this commitment, Trinity High School employed Micro Analytics, Inc. to conduct an independent inspection and compile a Management Plan for our school according to state and […]

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2020 Shamrock Awards Presentation

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Each year during Pride Week Trinity High School honors students who earned the Shamrock Award during the previous academic year.   In a typical year we would gather our award winners to be acknowledged for their accomplishment and to help us kick off our Pride Week. However, nothing about the start of this school year is […]

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Varsity Football, Trinity at St Xavier, September 25 – Ticket Allocation

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Due to fan limits and COVID related protocols, Trinity, St. Xavier and the University of Louisville jointly determined that playing The Game at Cardinal Stadium this year was simply not feasible.  While disappointing that for this year we will move away from the atmosphere of a college stadium, such a decision is certainly not unexpected […]

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