Trinity News

Trinity Alums Named to Louisville Business First 40 under 40!

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Louisville Business First recently released its 40 under 40 list, and Trinity High School was well represented! Five Trinity alumni were named on the list: Daniel Mudd ’03 Kent Weyland ’01 James Irving ’01 Will Fensterer ’98 Jeremy Jarvi ’98 Check out the official announcement by clicking here! Way to go, Rocks! Trinity FOREVER! _______________________________________________________________________________________ […]

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Trinity’s House and Activities Director Presents at National House Institute

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Trinity House and Activities Director Mr. Adam Klein attended the House System Institute at Chaminade College Preparatory School in St. Louis, MO from June 18-19. Over 90 participants from 13 different states and 21 different schools participated in the conference. Klein presented twice on the topic of “House Competitions and Scoring.” While in attendance, he […]

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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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Summer Projects for Trinity Athletics: Renovating and Recharging!

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As Trinity’s Classroom Modernization Project continues this summer, installing high-definition projectors, 100″ display boards, and a wireless collaboration device in EVERY CLASSROOM, helping students easily and effectively collaborate with their peers and teachers, and international study abroad opportunities allow our students to learn and to serve in countries like Kenya, Costa Rica and Argentina, there […]

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Trinity Speech and Debate Rocks Make Noise in Nationals

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Trinity’s Speech and Debate Rocks made their case that they belong in the conversation with some of the best schools in America at the National Speech and Debate Association’s National Tournament in Dallas, Texas. In order to qualify, each district holds a tournament and only the top students in each event attend. In Kentucky, the […]

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