Trinity News

Trinity Hosts Third Find Your Fit College Fair

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Tuesday, Feb. 11, Trinity High School hosted the third Find Your Fit College Fair in Convocation Hall. All Trinity juniors attended the college fair and 25 colleges from Kentucky and surrounding states were represented. The purpose of the Finding Your Fit College Fair was to encourage students to think about college fit rather than college […]

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A Next-Level Commitment — Three Sign Letters of Intent

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From the ECHO Staff: Three Trinity student-athletes signed to play their respective sports at the next level.  The ceremony took place Feb. 5 after school in Alumni Hall. Sam Lewis (University of Dayton) and Tyler Roberson (Kent State University) signed to play football, and Will Epperson committed to bowl for Morehead State University.

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Young Alumni Shamrock Society ready for young Rocks

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Young alumni have a new outlet for getting involved at Trinity. Alumni that graduated between 2004 and 2019 are invited to join an influential group of young, vibrant leaders who are helping to provide the Trinity experience to future generations of Shamrocks. This group is called the Young Alumni Shamrock Society (YASS). Alumni that make […]

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Trinity and Georgetown College Partner for Scholarship

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Recognizing their shared mission, Georgetown College and Trinity High School are proud to announce a partnership which includes a tuition-match scholarship for Trinity High School students attending Georgetown College. The Christian School Partner Scholarship will allow all students from Trinity High School admitted to GC to receive a scholarship for the total cost of the […]

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Two Trinity Teachers Invited to Summer STEAM Program

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Trinity faculty members Mr. Steve Hammer and Ms. Kathy Kiefer were accepted to a specialized program this summer. Only ten people were selected from the region and Trinity High School features two of the ten! This is a paid fellowship that requires teachers to develop curriculum and implement it in the classroom next year. The […]

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Trinity High School, Student Well-being, and Drug Testing

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Dr. Rob Mullen, President Dr. Dan Zoeller, Principal Our students’ well-being is very important to us as evidenced by the efforts we employ in the area of drugs and alcohol. Our testing program is one of more than 20 initiatives we have in drug and alcohol education, prevention and intervention. It was four years ago […]

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