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Homecoming Week Wraps Up with Crowning of the King and Queen

 

The moment everyone has waited for all week finally arrived at our Homecoming rally Friday afternoon: congratulations to seniors McKenna Montgomery and Ryan Samko (above, center) on being named King and Queen! Accompanying them on this year's Homecoming court (left to right) are sophomores Amauri Jackson and Jacob Potts; seniors Emma Melinyshyn and David Dzurilla; juniors Alyssa Farley and Lawrence Means; freshmen LeBriana Ford and Dominic Pagano.

Details for Trinity's Homecoming Weekend

Saturday, September 22: Homecoming Football Game
Cheer our Trojans on to victory as they battle the Ironmen from Western Reserve Academy! Kickoff is at 7:00 PM at Bedford Bearcat Stadium.

Sunday, September 23: Homecoming Dance
It's the culmination of Homecoming 2018! Students will dance the night away at St. Michael's Woodside Party Center in Broadview Heights. Doors open at 6:30 PM and the dance ends promptly at 11:00 PM. Parents picking up their children should make arrangements accordingly.

Monday, September 24: No School
Enjoy this day off from school to rest up from an exciting and fun-filled Homecoming weekend!

 

Over 150 Graduates to Gather for Alumni Homecoming Weekend

 

We're excited to welcome many Trinity graduates "home" this weekend as they participate in all-new Alumni Homecoming Weekend activities!

Friday Night Happy Hour

Graduates are invited to join us at Beer & Belly Sports Grille in Northfield for a casual get-together. Appetizers and the first round is on Trinity! Stop by anytime between 6:00-9:00 PM.

Pre-Game Tailgate on Saturday

A family-friendly, catered tailgate will take place from 5:00-7:00 PM before the Homecoming game against Western Reserve Academy at Bedford Bearcat Stadium. If attending, purchase your discounted admission tickets at booth outside the main gate, then enter the stadium and proceed to the north end zone to meet up with other grads and current and former teachers.

 

Important College-Prep Meeting for Seniors and Parents on September 26

 

The Guidance Department welcomes back the Class of 2019 and extends a sincere wish that they experience a positive and rewarding year. We are impressed with the creativity, achievement, ability, and diversity of this class and are welcoming the challenge and opportunity to work with you. Let us work together, plan together, and succeed together in the 2018-2019 school year!

In order to facilitate the planning of activities for the senior year, the Guidance Department will host a parent information night on Wednesday, September 26, at 7:00 PM in Trinity's Chapel. At this session, the following topics will be discussed:

  • College selection process
  • College admission process
  • SAT/ACT testing
  • Procedure for submitting college applications (Naviance)
  • Financial Aid: Federal Financial Aid Form (FAFSA); Merit, Local, Athletic, and Talent Scholarships
  • Other options besides four-year colleges: two-year programs, military, vocational, employment

We have been blessed with a wide variety of resource materials at Trinity. We invite you to come and share in our wealth of information.

We hope to see you on Wednesday, September 26, at 7:00 PM in the Chapel.

 

Meet with Colleges, Universities on October 3

 

The Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) in Brecksville will host its annual College Night on Wednesday, October 3, from 6:00-7:30 PM. This event is a great way to meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities across the country, and get your questions about the college search and selection process answered all in one place.

A financial aid presentation will take place from 6:15-7:00 PM. There is no cost to attend this community event, and students and their families from all grade levels are welcome to attend. Click here to view a list of participating colleges and universities.

 

Support the 2019 Out of the Blue Benefit Starting Today!

 

What is the Out of the Blue Benefit and why is it important to Trinity?

The Out of the Blue Benefit is Trinity's only annual fundraiser that benefits the entire student body. It draws together Parents, Alumni, Staff, Corporate Sponsors of the Pre-Professional Internship Program and Community Supporters of Trinity. The joint efforts of all of these people help raise the funds necessary to support capital projects and provide financial assistance to Trinity's students.

As a proud Supporter of Trinity, what can I do to help make the Out of the Blue Benefit a success?

There are many ways to get involved with the 2019 Out of the Blue Benefit! Whether you participate in the Out of the Blue Raffle, attend the Benefit with friends or family, or make a donation, you are contributing to the success of the event. Here are some ways to support the 2019 Out of the Blue Benefit starting today!

  1. Purchase an Out of the Blue Raffle ticket for $100
  2. Purchase two tickets to attend the Out of the Blue Benefit ($50 each)
  3. Make a $100 or more cash donation to the Out of the Blue Benefit

Save These Dates

  • Thursday, December 6, 2018: $1,000 Out of the Blue Raffle drawing for early ticket purchasers
  • Thursday, February 28, 2019: I <3 THS Donation Drop Off Day
  • Friday, May 3, 2019: Out of the Blue Benefit at Trinity

If you have additional questions about the Out of the Blue Benefit, or wish to discuss event sponsorship or advertising opportunities for your family or business, please contact Trinity's Office of Advancement at 216-581-5757. Thank you in advance for your generous support!

 

A Look Ahead

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

     
  Friday, September 21  
  Alumni Homecoming Weekend Happy Hour, Beer & Belly Sports Grille, 6:00-9:00 PM  
     
  Saturday, September 22  
  Alumni Homecoming Weekend Pre-Game Tailgate, Bedford Bearcat Stadium, 5:00-7:00 PM  
  Homecoming Football Game, Bedford Bearcat Stadium, 6:00 PM  
     
  Sunday, September 23  
  Homecoming Dance, Saint Michael Woodside, 6:30-11:00 PM  
     
  Monday, September 24  
  Homecoming Free Day, No School  
     
  Wednesday, September 26  
  Guidance Department Meeting for Senior Parents, Chapel, 7:00 PM  
     
  Thursday, September 27  
  Saint Benedict School Got Prayer? Retreat, Camp Christopher  
     
  Friday, September 28  
  School Picture Re-Take Day, Gym, 7:30-9:30 AM  
     
  Tuesday, October 2  
  Bishop Nelson J. Perez Visits Trinity  
  Feast of St. Francis Mass, Gym, 10:00 AM  
     
  Thursday, October 4  
  Students Dismissed at 1:53 PM  
  Parent-Teacher Conferences (Session 1), 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM  
  Parent-Teacher Conferences (Session 2), 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM  
  Saint Leo the Great School Got Prayer? Retreat, Camp Christopher  
     
  Friday, October 5  
  No School  

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 Office of Advancement.

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 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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