Be our Rock

Trinity gives each student a chance to grow and succeed in an environment unlike any other high school. Your generous gift to the Trinity High School Foundation can help us continue this mission.

Be our Rock

Trinity gives each student a chance to grow and succeed in an environment unlike any other high school. Your generous gift to the Trinity High School Foundation can help us continue this mission.

The Trinity High School Foundation is entrusted with supporting the mission of Trinity High School by serving as good stewards of the campus facilities and endowment funds which are secured through fundraising and investment gifts.

Show your support


There are numerous ways that you can support Trinity High School in achieving her mission and vision. Let us help you find the method that best meets your needs and accomplishes your goals.

Your contribution makes a difference


  • Trinity will distribute more than $3.3 million in tuition assistance during the 2019-20 school year
  • More than 40% of families will receive financial aid during the 2019-20 school year
  • 100% of the Class of 2019 took the ACT, continuing a decade-long trend of ever-increasing scores
  • The Class of 2019 received scholarship offers totaling more than $44 million and graduates were accepted at 149 colleges and universities
  • The Class of 2019 performed more than 27,000 service hours over four years, while supporting more than 150 community agencies

2020 CARES Act and Donating to Trinity

These times are difficult for everyone. We know there are many families in the Trinity community who are hurting – physically, mentally, spiritually and financially. Like you and your family, our students, faculty, and staff have had to get acclimated to working in a unique way. Our prayers go out to all those who have been impacted by these changes.

Due to the pandemic, there may be Trinity families with current or incoming students who are now more seriously impacted than just a few months ago. Financial assistance has always been a top priority for Trinity and will be even more important going forward. We want to help give as many students as possible the opportunity to experience a Trinity education.

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on March 27.

There is a component in the Act that allows taxpayers who do not itemize their deductions the ability to take a one-time, above-the-line deduction of up to $300 for gifts made to charitable organizations in 2020. The deduction is only for gifts of cash made in 2020 to a charitable organization and does not cover other types of gifts or contributions made to donor-advised funds or private foundations.

For those who would like to support Trinity’s Annual Fund at this amount or above, this would be an added benefit in addition to helping our students with financial need. If you have already made a gift to Trinity this year, thank you. If you cannot donate at this time, we understand. If you would like to help by making a donation, please visit our website at  trinityrocks.com/trinity-foundation/make-a-gift-trinity-foundation. Any amount will help.

There are other beneficial components of the CARES Act as well for individuals and corporations who wish to donate. Please contact your tax advisor to find out more about these.

If you have any questions, please contact Jim Beckham, Vice President for Development at 502-810-7399 or beckham@trinityrocks.com. For questions about Trinity’s Annual Fund, you can also contact Brian Monell, Senior Director for Development at 502-500-1377 or monell@trinityrocks.com.

Thank you and may God watch over all of us during this difficult time.

Thankful for the generosity

We are blessed to be surrounded by people who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to the Trinity High School Foundation and the hundreds of young men we serve.

Memorable moments all year long


The Trinity High School Foundation recognizes donors and makes it easy to contribute to the mission of Trinity High School.

Dr. Zoeller’s August 7 Friday Send-Off

Dr. Zoeller’s August 7 Friday Send-Off

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ5hNsPiPgQ Aug. 7, 2020 Trinity Principal Dr. Dan Zoeller addresses the Trinity High School community. REMINDER - A reminder to our freshmen that orientation days will be held over the next two weeks. Freshmen should first come to the...

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Welcome Back, ROCKS!

Welcome Back, ROCKS!

From the Trinity ECHO Staff: After almost five months away from Trinity’s campus, administrators, faculty and staff welcomed all Rocks back Aug. 3 – 6.  With masks and social distancing required, one class per day purchased books for the upcoming school year....

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Trinity Junior Earns Eagle Scout Honor

Trinity Junior Earns Eagle Scout Honor

Due to COVID, Trinity junior Paul Springer’s Boy Scout Troop 306 (chartered by St. Margaret Mary) had not been able to meet until recently. Because of this delay, his Eagle Scout project got pushed out many months. Rather than get discouraged, he continued to think...

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