Trinity High School has a rich history. From Theatre to Journalism; Athletics to Academic Excellence; Extraordinary Faculty & Staff to Successful Alumni, many of the facets of Trinity have been preserved by an intentional effort through the years to maintain an Archives on campus.

The physical archives of Trinity are housed on the first floor in the Communication Arts Center, and current Archivist Ms. Barbara Mullen also showcases timely features to students in a large display case in the Alumni Hall cafeteria.

Over the past year, work has been done to bring some of the most captivating features of our Archives online. Past issues of the ECHO student newspaper; issues of the Shamrock yearbook; written historical accounts of aspects of the school; and more than 40 recorded oral histories from some of the “giants” of Trinity have begun to be made available on a website for all to enjoy. Much more content to come!

Want to listen to Rev. Tom Duerr talk about his Trinity experience? Want to read an ECHO story from 1967? Or perhaps you’d like to read chapter one of the History of Trinity (written by former faculty and Trinity Hall of Fame member Bob Pfaadt ’59).

Visit and click on “Archives” to take a trip down memory lane. 

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