International Travel

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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Rocks Traveling to Japan

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In June 2020, 36 Trinity students will be traveling to Japan. The Rocks will be accompanied by parents and Trinity chaperones, led by Mr. Benjamin Sobczyk. “I’m super excited to get our kids abroad and studying the world!” Japan has had many identities through the centuries; its story is a fascinating one.  Tokyo is the […]

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Trinity Students Travel to Ireland

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Kinsale Community is a co-ed school, roughly the size of Trinity with Catholic roots and a strong commitment to STEM education. Several Kinsale students stayed with Trinity families last April then invited us for a visit. The faculty is strong and dedicated, the students vibrant and talented, and the principal invested and enthusiastic about his […]

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Trinity Students Travel to Europe to Bring History to Life

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As an extension of Ms. Darby’s T251 Holocaust class, Trinity students traveled to Europe in June to immerse themselves in the history of WWII and the Holocaust on the 75th anniversary of D-Day. A group of 12 Trinity students and six adults landed in London on June 14th and over the course of two weeks […]

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Trinity’s Argentina Exchange Program

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Costa Rica. Kenya. Argentina. Three countries, one summer of unforgettable international opportunities for Trinity students. Several Trinity Rocks recently began their Argentina Exchange Program experience, and we have two first-hand accounts from our guys living in Buenos Aires, Argentina! Trinity junior Nicolas Osborn: My first week in Argentina was incredible. The journey was long and […]

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