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Help Trinity raise $10,000 during
Catholic Schools Week!


Beginning this Sunday, January 28, through next Saturday, February 3, Catholic schools across the country will celebrate their students, faculty and staff by showcasing the many benefits of a Catholic education. Each day during Catholic Schools Week, you can expect to see videos on our social media pages featuring Trinity students talking about why their Catholic education at Trinity has had an impact on them. Follow Trinity on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to stay in the loop!

You can also be a part of Catholic Schools Week by helping Trinity raise an important fundraising goal. Gifts made to Trinity during Catholic Schools Week will be earmarked for the 2018 Annual Fund, which supports a variety of efforts at Trinity, like our retreat program, facility improvements, the Sr. Mary Illuminata Scholarship Fund, and more.

Many Gifts, One Nation: A National Day of Giving on January 30

Beginning at 9:00 AM EST on Tuesday, January 30 through 9:00 AM EST on Wednesday, January 31, the National Catholic Education Association is hosting Many Gifts, One Nation: A Day of Giving to Catholic Schools. This national day of philanthropy and camaraderie encourages all people – parents, grandparents, former students, relatives and other friends – who have been impacted by a Catholic school education to donate at a local level.

Trinity's fundraising goal for Catholic Schools Week is $10,000, but we are hoping to surpass that amount in just one day! If you've considered making a gift, large or small, to Trinity's 2018 Annual Fund, we invite you to give your gift online on January 30 to help us meet our goal.

» Make a gift to Trinity on January 30 by clicking here.

We appreciate your gift anytime you are able to give

If you are not able to make a gift during Catholic Schools Week, remember that you may give throughout the year easily and securely online. If you wish to discuss a gift over the phone, please call 216-581-5757. Thank you, and happy Catholic Schools Week!


Freshmen prepare to select Internship focus


Members of the Class of 2021 will meet with their parents and members of Trinity's Pre-Professional Internship Program staff on February 8 to shape their Internship experience for the next three years. Each year at this time, freshmen make this important decision for their future.

Luckily, the freshmen will not be making their decision blindly. In their preparation course, Internship 101, students have learned more about themselves and what it means to be a Trinity Intern. The course features lectures from guest speakers and mock interviews with representatives from Corporate Sponsors such as, Marymount Hospital, Fortna, Swagelok, Remington College, StreamlineCLE, and others.

During the meeting on February 8, families will have the opportunity to hear about each of the four focuses of the Pre-Professional Internship Program: Marymount Catholic Health Care, College and Career Readiness, Graphic Design, and Information Management and System Design.

Parents will attend up to two smaller Q&A sessions about particular programs and receive the official program selection form. Please direct questions to Mrs. Barb Dottore, Director of the Pre-Professional Internship Program, at 216-581-5749.


Students March for Life in Washington, D.C.


On January 18, a group of students and faculty departed Trinity to travel through the night to attend the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. Donned in their "Choose Life" pro-life attire, the group was eager to join other high school students from across the country in this peaceful protest.

For over 40 years, thousands of Americans march on Capitol Hill in the largest pro-life event in the world. The demonstration expresses to our government that the intentional killing of innocent humans is a crime against humanity which neither a public official nor any human person has the authority to legalize.

In addition to participating in the March for Life, students attended Eucharistic Adoration and celebrated the sacrament of Reconciliation at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Before heading home Friday night, the group also spent time exploring various areas of Washington, D.C.


A Look Ahead

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

  Saturday, January 27  
  ACT Prep at THS, Room 102, 9:00-11:00 AM  
  Monday, January 29  
  ACT Prep at THS, Room 102, 7:00-9:00 PM  
  Wednesday, January 31  
  Class of 2022 Applications due to Trinity  
  Saturday, February 3  
  ACT Prep at THS, Room 102, 9:00-11:00 AM  
  Monday, February 5  
  Continuous Improvement Workday, Students Dismissed at 12:30 PM  
  ACT Prep at THS, Room 102, 7:00-9:00 PM  
  Thursday, February 8  
  Internship Meeting for Freshmen and Parents, Gym, 7:00 PM  
  Saturday, February 10  
  ACT Prep at THS, Room 102, 9:00-11:00 AM  
  Monday, February 12  
  ACT Prep at THS, Room 102, 7:00-9:00 PM  

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 and make your secure gift online by clicking here.

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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