Library Media Center
The W. Peter Flaig Library Media Center is the Trinity research center. It is a state-of-the-art facility with numerous resources and services at our students’ disposal. In our library media center, students receive tutoring, collaborate with classmates, study independently, and even participate in library decision-making.
The library is staffed by two library media specialists and student volunteers. The library is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
New W. Peter Flaig Library Media Center
The new library media center (LMC) is filled with all the latest tools that today’s high school students need, and flexible to evolve as needs change. Please view the presentation for an overview of the LMC updates.
Please enjoy all the great things that are happening in the newly renovated W. Peter Flaig Library Media Center! Library Newsletter September 2016read more
A collaboration comprising Trinity’s two library-media specialists, our students and teachers, all while using research on best practices in other library-media centers, has culminated in a completely revamped W. Peter Flaig Library Media Center. The new space is...read more
The re-imagining of the W. Peter Flaig Library Media Center has been taking form all summer. Now that the furniture is in, all the miles of wiring are ready, and shelves are nearly stocked, the installation of software and hardware items will complete the vision of a...read more
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,...
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...
Involved. This is a word that many high school students hear from the time they're set to enter high school to the time they graduate. From parents, from teachers, from counselors to coaches, high school students are constantly encouraged to, "Get involved." At...