From The ECHO Staff:
COVID-19 brought about a number of changes to Trinity’s annual Open House. Those changes, however, did not prevent the Rocks from safely welcoming eighth-graders and their families to campus Nov. 7 and 8.
Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen praised the “reimagining” of this important event by the Open House team, led by Vice President for School Advancement, Mr. James Torra H ’12.
Trinity proudly showcased the unique facets of campus that help students Be GreaT during Open House Weekend. Nearly 200 eighth-grade families interacted with current students, faculty and staff who welcomed each with open arms while answering their questions. Families followed a two-sided guide along their self-guided tour which contained descriptions of the areas visited and QR codes linking them to videos with more details. As an important step in the admissions process, Open House helps prospective students become more excited about Trinity leading up to the Placement Test. We are looking forward to the Class of 2025 taking the next step towards joining the Trinity FAMILY on Dec. 12 at 9 a.m.Vice President for School Advancement, Mr. James Torra H ’12