Through the years, numerous facets of Trinity High School have found their way into print or other media. We are pleased to offer some of them here.
First, our thanks to Bob Pfaadt ’59, who took on the challenge of capturing Trinity’s rich history. His work on the history of the school is impressive and offers a great glimpse into how a school that was imagined in the spring of 1953 opened later in the fall! The text is augmented with quotes, images and documents from Trinity’s 60-plus-year history. Much more to come …
Stabilizing Years (1970 - 79)
Finances were always paramount as the school was primarily tuition-driven. Expenses were rising as more lay teachers were hired to meet the growing enrollment and no priests were being assigned by the Archdiocese to teach. It was obvious something needed to be done.
A Decade of Change (1960 - 69)
Dr. Philip Morrow ’64 said that his “two favorite teachers were Fr. Duerr and Fr. Allen. “I remember fondly working with them on the biology projects. These two priests really influenced me to pursue a medical career.”