I come from a single-parent family and my mom has always worked hard to make sure I could get the best education possible. Even so, we needed some financial assistance just like many of my Trinity brothers and their families.
My mom’s job was eliminated during the spring before my senior year and we were faced with the possibility that we might not be able to afford tuition. But thanks to the many generous donors in the Trinity community, I was able to graduate from Trinity in May 2011.
-Alex Logsdon ’11
I’m very thankful for the generous support of those who have helped my family. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to go to a school as great as Trinity. The students are great, the teachers are smart, and they care about your well-being. I’ve gotten to experience this because of what others have done for me to make it possible. This will never be forgotten.
-Nolan Devine ’12
Trinity is an amazing school. I’m very glad I picked this school and, now that I’m here, I wouldn’t pick any other school to go to. I’m very grateful for the financial assistance that helps me and other boys get such a great education!
-Trey Burton ’14
I can see that Trinity forms young men to be respectful to people and to be the best person that you can be. Trinity is the place that I was supposed to be and I know that there is no other place where I can get the education, Christian teachings and a sense of family that they have at Trinity.
-Reggie Bonnafon ’14
I feel welcomed at Trinity, and the environment is perfect for learning. I can already tell that Trinity is setting a great foundation for my future, and that it will make me a very successful person. I really work hard to represent it as a man of character.
Trinity has done so much for me and I’m so thankful I have had the opportunity to attend this amazing high school. Trinity is preparing me for so much in life – not just in the classroom, but in the community, too.
-Paxton Rousseau ’14
Through my years at Trinity, I have learned to become a “Man of Character,” which has allowed me to know how to be a young adult, be humble, and take pride in my achievements. Trinity has done so much for me, and I would have not been able to attend this school if it wasn’t for the financial aid. It is truly a blessing and I want to make the most of my time at Trinity. Without this assistance I would not be the same man I am today. Someday I hope to give back to the Trinity community to make another boy’s dream come true.
-Mason Sullivan ’13
I couldn’t imagine not going to Trinity High School. I honestly can’t think of life without Trinity High School. I’m very satisfied with the person who I am and who I am becoming. I give this credit to my family, my friends, God, and, of course, Trinity High School.
-Dominic Carraro ’13
Thank you for giving me this opportunity to go to this wonderful school. The presence of the school and the outstanding teachers who consistently took time to interact and work with me made me feel like I found a new home away from home.
-Brentton A. Ervin ’15
Trinity kept me standing tall when all I wanted to do was fall to my knees. Trinity kept me together when all I wanted to do was fall apart. I have flourished in finding new brothers to continue life with.
-Michael Smigel ’15
Trinity has been a positive learning environment for me. I am thrilled to continue my education at Trinity. I would not choose any other school over Trinity because of the brotherhood and the caring people. This is a school where young boys will grow to be successful men. I am so glad to be part of this Trinity brotherhood.
-Wil’vontre Ivory ’14
I have grown into a confident and well-prepared young man. I have been able to balance all aspects of my life; I have grown into a humble and capable leader who has much to share with the world. I am extremely appreciative of the financial assistance.
-Ethan Thomison ’12
I am truly honored to be one of the recipients of the Class of 1976 scholarship. It has made me realize how hard I need to work because I could not ask for anything better but to be a student here at Trinity High School. When I got the letter in the mail I was very excited because I did not think my mom could afford the tuition for four years.
-Blake Corbett ’15
One of the things I am most grateful for is the Michael P. Hourigan scholarship. I know my mom could not have afforded to send me to Trinity on her own. I know firsthand just how much a Trinity education can do for you. I have two older brothers who have graduated from Trinity and they attribute their success to their time here. We have all learned that with hard work and the brotherhood of Trinity backing us we can go far.
-Jonathan Weston ’13
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