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Summer enrichment opportunities for grade school students


Trinity High School is excited to announce its summer enrichment lineup for 2018!

In addition to the return of athletic skills camps for students entering grades 3-9, we have added enrichment opportunities in graphic design, information technology, and instrumental music. These activities are a great way for students to fine-tune their skills while meeting Trinity students and making new friends. Don't wait to register! Go online or call today to reserve your spot.


The camp session will focus on the offensive and defensive fundamental basketball skills. The camp is designed to facilitate improvement and understanding of basketball through individual and team concepts. Fundamentals will be stressed throughout the week. Individual competition and team contests will be held throughout the session, with prizes given to the winners. All campers should bring a lunch and water bottle each day.

  • For boys entering grades 5-9 in the fall
  • June 11-13: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM each day
  • $30 per camper | Register Online


Show your spirit this summer at Trinity's Cheerleading Camp! Our campers will have the opportunity not only to develop as a cheerleader, but also to enjoy the many exciting aspects of the wonderful sport of cheerleading. We will focus on core fundamental motion and jump development, along with basic techniques of cheerleading. Campers will learn some of Trinity's very own cheers and chants from our coaching staff and current cheerleading squad members. Campers will be able to learn a dance routine, practice it, and perform it at our camp. Each and every one of our members will gain valuable experience and knowledge, which they will be able to take back with them when they cheer with their own squads this coming season.

  • For girls entering grades 3-8 in the fall
  • June 12-14: 1:30-4:30 PM each day
  • $30 per camper | Register Online


The Trinity Girls Soccer Camp focuses on teaching total team play through small-sided game training, based on the curriculum of the U.S. Youth Soccer Association. The camp culminates in a tournament and other contests and awards.

  • Session 1 for girls entering grades 3-5 in the fall
  • June 12-14: 1:00-3:00 PM each day
  • Free | Register Online

  • Session 2 for girls entering grades 6-8 in the fall
  • June 12-14: 4:00-7:00 PM each day
  • Free | Register Online


Has the "Hour of Code" movement piqued your interest in computer programming? Then this camp is for you! Create various animations and games using a user-friendly web interface. Learn about variables, Booleans and conditionals, and more as time allows. Students can continue their progress at home after the camp is over and impress their friends and teachers when they return to school in the fall.

  • For students entering grades 7-8 in the fall
  • June 12-15: 8:30-10:00 AM each day
  • $30 per camper | Call 216-581-1061 to register


Utilize your creativity in a fun and innovative way through creating various types of print and digital media. Spend your time working in Trinity's Mac lab learning Adobe Creative Cloud. You'll walk away from the camp understanding graphic design's purpose is in our society and have an enjoyable time in the process!

  • For students entering grades 7-8 in the fall
  • June 13-14: 10:00-11:30 AM each day
  • $30 per camper | Call 216-581-1061 to register


The Volleyball Skills Camp at Trinity is designed to teach the proper techniques of the game of volleyball. We will illustrate basic fundamentals and build to advanced performance. Players will learn the correct way to approach the game to help them mentally prepare to hit the court with confidence. This camp will emphasize ball control, setting, hitting and blocking.

  • Session 1 for girls entering grades 4-6 in the fall
  • June 18-21: 8:00-10:00 AM each day
  • $40 per camper | Register Online

  • Session 2 for girls entering grades 7-8 in the fall
  • June 18-21: 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM each day
  • $40 | Register Online


Trinity's Instrumental Music Department is offering lessons this summer for beginner musicians and students interested in taking their instrumental music talent to the next level. Lessons are taught by music teachers and performers from the Cleveland area. Students who excel in lessons may be invited to participate in Trinity's Marching and Community Band.

  • For students entering grades 7-8 in the fall
  • June 23-July 28 (Lessons are offered on weekday evenings and Saturday mornings. Specific dates and times will be determined based on student and teacher availability.)
  • $15 per half hour lesson. Group lessons for $10 per half hour are possible when 3 or more participants are on the same instrument.
  • Contact Mrs. Cochran at 440-537-2398 or cochranj@ths.org to arrange your schedule


Trinity's Football Skills Camp is designed to give young players a comprehensive approach to improving skills that are needed to be a successful football player. The goal of our coaching staff is to make you a better person and player. Dedication, discipline, attitude and team are the cornerstones of the Trinity football program and qualities that we emphasize at our camp every day. Most importantly, while learning the position-specific skills necessary to make you a better football player, this camp gives you an opportunity to meet great people and have fun.

  • For boys entering grades 4-8 in the fall
  • June 25-29: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM each day
  • $40 per camper | Register Online


Coach Kevin McNamara and the Trinity Girls Basketball staff will be instructing this fundamentals-based camp. Campers will receive fundamentally-focused instruction on proper technique in shooting, ball handling and passing. The camp will be fun, filled with energy and focused on making every camper's experience a great one!

  • For girls entering grades 4-9 in the fall
  • June 26-28: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM each day
  • $30 per camper | Register Online


Trinity Baseball finished its 2016 season 19-6-1 and was ranked #11 in the state power rankings by Prep Baseball Report. The program is on "The Rise!" They play the game with dedication, leadership, confidence, hustle and passion. Spend three days with coaches and players that are passionate about the game as you take part in this exciting summer camp.

  • For boys entering grades 4-8 in the fall
  • July 10-12: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM each day
  • $30 per camper | Register Online


The THS Boys Soccer camp will focus on the fundamentals of developing good soccer players, while driving home the importance of continuing to have fun with the sport. Campers can expect to participate in small-sided games, footwork drills, passing drills, dribbling drills, and more! Our Boys Soccer program has a deep passion for the game, and a coaching staff that brings years of player experience, knowledge of the game, and love for the sport. Join us for a few days of fun!

  • For boys entering grades 6-8 in the fall
  • July 17-19: 6:00-7:30 PM each day
  • $30 per camper | Register Online

Students' work recognized in pro-life contest


Each year LifeWorks Ohio, a non-profit, non-partisan organization devoted entirely to education which affirms the sanctity of human life, sponsors the Respect Life Art, Essay and Poetry Contest. This is an opportunity for students to write an essay, poem, or create a piece of art for a given topic. This year's theme came from Matthew 25:40 which reads "whatever you did for one of the least of my brother, you did it for me."

Students are challenged to incorporate this theme in a number of different sub themes. We are proud to report three students from Trinity achieved this goal for writing essays: Freshmen (from right to left) Nadia Hermida, (first place); Jayme Zoeckler, (second place), and Olivia Galek (third place).

We commend not only the students who received awards, but to all those who participated in the contest. Their courage, hard work and dedication make them all winners.


Listen for our seniors on AM 1260 The Rock


Tune in to AM 1260 The Rock radio station this month and you're sure to hear from seniors Zach Mammana and Avery Jester. Zach, Avery, and other Catholic high school seniors across Northeast Ohio are representing their schools and graduates during brief station identification radio spots. Great job, Zach and Avery!


Students showcase their artistry in annual art show


Congratulations to our student-artists who had their work on display last week during Trinity's annual art show! During the week, students had the opportunity to visit the show and view some truly impressive works of art created by their peers.

Featured pieces in the graphic above include the works of junior Nijah Williams, freshman Jayme Zoeckler, and seniors Grace Hayes, Ryan Sigmund, Avery Jester, and Lauren Wessel.


Tee off "Fore" Trinity!


This year's Holey Classic Golf Outing to benefit Trinity's religious formation program is slated for Saturday, June 2, at Creekwood Golf Club in Columbia Station. Help us continue the excitement from our Night at the Races in March to round out a successful fundraising year for religious formation and retreats!

We invite you to participate in this fun outing that helps us continue to be able to offer unique spiritual experiences to the young adults in our school community. Please consider supporting a great cause by putting a team together to golf in the outing, making a donation, or being a sponsor.

There are still spaces left for golfers and few remaining sponsorship opportunities Click here to learn more about the outing and all the ways you can be involved!


Early dismissal on Friday, May 25


The entire Trinity Family will participate in Prayer and Play Day this Friday, May 25. At the end of the shortened school day, students will be dismissed at approximately 1:00 PM. Please make the necessary arrangements so your child has a ride home from school.

Lunches from Trinity's cafeteria will not be served on Friday. Instead, students may purchase lunch from the Swensons food truck, bring a picnic lunch, or pack hot dogs and hamburgers to grill.


Save the date: Cleveland Indians Catholic Family Day is September 23


Join Catholic families from across Northeast Ohio for Catholic Family Day at Progressive Field as the Indians take on the Boston Red Sox, Sunday, September 23, 2018. Game time is 1:10 PM. A pre-game Mass will take place at 10:15 AM (tickets to the game must be purchased in order to attend Mass).

Tickets are available now by visiting this website. Prices range from $13 apiece for upper reserved to $59 apiece for outfield club seats. Use special code "Catholic" to access the promotional pricing. Ticket orders must be placed by September 2.

Contact Jackie Plys with the Cleveland Indians at jplys@Indians.com or 216-420-4162 with questions.


A Look Ahead

Visit Trinity's website for the full School Calendar | Lunch Menu | Sports Schedules

  Tuesday, May 22  
  Tuesday Interns' Last Day  
  Drill Team Clinic, Gym, 3:30-6:00 PM  
  Wednesday, May 23  
  Wednesday Interns' Last Day  
  Thursday, May 24  
  Thursday Interns' Last Day  
  Drill Team Tryouts, Gym/Britton Hall, 3:30-6:00 PM  
  Friday, May 25  
  Prayer and Play Day  
  End of the Year Mass, Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, 10:00 AM  
  Students Dismissed at 1:00 PM  
  Monday, May 28  
  Memorial Day, No School  
  Tuesday, May 29  
  Spring Sports Awards, Gym, 7:00 PM  
  Wednesday, May 30  
  Seniors Take Final Exams in Periods 3 and 4  
  Thursday, May 31  
  Seniors Take Final Exams in Periods 1 and 2  
  Seniors Dismissed at 11:13 AM  
  Band and Drill Team Parent Meeting, Cafeteria, 6:30 PM  
  Saturday, June 2  
  Holey Classic Golf Outing, Creekwood Golf Club, 8:30 AM  
  Monday, June 4  
  Commencement Practice (Seniors), Gym, 12:00 PM  
  Senior Recognition Ceremony and Farewell, Gym, 1:15 PM  
  Class of 2018 Baccalaureate Mass, Gym, 7:30 PM  
  Tuesday, June 5  
  Class of 2018 Commencement, Saint Basil the Great Church, 7:30 PM  
  Thursday, June 7  
  Final Exams in Periods 1 and 2, Students Dismissed at 11:13 AM  
  Friday, June 8  
  Last Day of School  
  Final Exams in Periods 3 and 4, Students Dismissed at 11:13 AM  

How to support Trinity High School


Whether you're a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, Marymount or Trinity graduate, or a friend of Trinity, there are a variety of ways in which you can support Trinity High School and its students. For your information, we have outlined some of these ways below. If you wish to further discuss how you can help Trinity, please contact our President's Office.

Make a gift to Trinity

We welcome and appreciate monetary gifts in any amount for a variety of purposes, including, but not limited to: student tuition assistance, facilities, our retreat program and our Pre-Professional Internship Program. Learn more by contacting Trinity's Director of Institutional Advancement at 216-581-5757.

Trinity Support Services

Trinity has its own graphic design and print shop staffed by Pre-Professional Interns in the graphic design program. They offer a wide variety of competitively-priced services, including graphic design and printing of business cards, brochures, postcards, posters, wall and window graphics, outdoor banners, and much more. Contact project manager, Mrs. Nichole Kubit to make your idea a reality!

Support Trinity when you shop

Support Trinity simply by using your retail reward cards when you shop. The following retailers will give a percentage of each purchase you make back to Trinity:

In most cases you will need to register your loyalty card online and select Trinity High School as your beneficiary.

Thank you for considering Trinity in your giving plans!


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