Trinity News

The Trinity Brotherhood: How the many become one

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Pictured are the 13 Trinity students who were recognized by the National Merit Corporation. First row (sitting L – R): Nicholas Pesce, Jackson McClellan, Logan Thomas, Edward Harbold, Nick Huls, Hunter Ruckriegel Second row (standing L – R): John McCalpin, Bryce Thompson, Alexander Deye, Gavin Weakley, Aden Yeager, John Fernandez, Michael Chou We are beyond […]

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Gallery from September’s 1953 Society Dinner

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Click on the link below to see photos from September’s 1953 Society Dinner. The gallery contains over 100 images from the special evening. Trinity Forever! Photo Gallery

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Trinity Hosts Living Rosary Event

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Trinity was honored to welcome The Marian Committee and the community to the 68th Annual Living Rosary, hosted in Steinhauser Gym this past weekend. Children in the community formed the shape of the Rosary on the gym floor, and were joined by hundreds of people in praying the Glorious Mysteries. This year, Trinity students Branden […]

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Trinity Alumnus to Help in Centre College Presidential Search

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Henry Snyder, Trinity Class of 2016, has had quite the senior year at Centre College. As a member of the Greek community, he sits on the executive committee of Centre’s chapter of Beta Theta Pi. Snyder also works closely with the Admission Office to provide campus tours and interview prospective students. However, Snyder can now […]

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Trinity Golf Rocks Capture KHSAA Region 6 Championship!

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Your Trinity Golf Rocks are headed to state! Led by the defending Kentucky Boys High School Champion, JM Butler, the Golf Rocks set a school-record in posting an 11 under-par and winning the KHSAA 6th Region Championship! The Rocks started strong and never looked back as four of their five golfers posted under-par rounds for […]

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Trinity Senior Earns Eagle Scout

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Trinity senior John Fernandez, of Troop # 325 at Our Lady of Lourdes, earned his Eagle Scout by organizing the removal of a dilapidated wooden bridge which connected a busy section of the parking lot to the tennis courts and walking trails of E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park. Once removed, the old bridge’s remnants were […]

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