Service and Spirit
Lead by the tireless efforts and the rapping talents of Ms. Barile, students once again put forth the Trinity mission of developing Servant Leaders and held the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive to help others who are less fortunate throughout the Cleveland area. The students brought in non-perishable food items over a two week stretch with something on the line...Spirit Cup Points! The number of food items and money raised would be converted to points toward the Spirit Cup. The Spirit Cup is a year long competition that gives students an opportunity to develop leadership skills by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. Each class competes for points in a variety of spirit and service competitions that help improve the school community and the community around us. The grade with the most points at the end of the year win a trip to Cedar Point.

In this Season of Giving, the students brought in over 1,700 total items, with the Class of 2020 accumulating over 750 food donations! The donations were packed and delivered to the Holy Spirit Hunger Center. Students and staff also raised enough money to buy 100 turkeys for Thanksgiving Day meals.

The entire school community took great pride in the food drive, and had a great deal of fun while doing good for others. The Senior Class now leads the Spirit Cup Standings through the first 3 months of the year with 1,667 points, followed closely by the Freshmen, with many more opportunities still to come to capture the Spirit Cup!
We have amazing news to share! Because of a passionate belief in our mission, and our transformative internship program, an anonymous donor will match dollar for dollar every donation on Giving Tuesday, up to $10,000!

Your online donation, no matter the amount, will automatically be doubled during the 24 hours of #weGiveCatholic , on December 3.

Please follow us on all social media platforms sharing the hashtag #weGiveTHS throughout the day for photos and videos of our students and short stories of what makes THS so special! It's easy to donate, just visit our WGC page on 12/3 and click the donate button.

We are so grateful for this incredible generosity, and to YOU for what we truly believe will be a memorable Giving Tuesday.
Keeping Christ in Christmas
Each Christmas season, Trinity hosts a very special CHRISTmas Retreat at Camp Christopher. This year it will take place on Saturday, December 14.

Join members of the Trinity community, reflect on the true meaning of Christmas, bond with family and friends, and prepare yourself spiritually for the Christmas season. The day promises to put you in the Christmas spirit like no other event all holiday season.

There is no cost, light refreshments will be served during the day, followed by a family dinner. Retreat ends with the Saturday Vigil Mass.

To register, fill out this short form . Please park in the lower parking lot at Camp Christopher between 11:30 AM and 12:00 PM. Retreat team members will be there to greet and guide you as you make your way up the driveway. Guests with disabilities may be dropped off at the top of the driveway at Camp. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Svoboda.
Special Week Honoring our Juniors
Early in November, the THS community celebrated our Class of 2021 for an entire week. Junior Week began with a very powerful 30 hours on Junior Retreat at Camp Christopher. The 2 days featured emotional witnesses from seniors, a day in Franciscan prayer and fellowship out in nature, a wonderful Fireside Chat discussing their experiences, the always popular 'Prayer and Praise', and mass presided over by Fr. Haren from St. Monica's. The retreat concluded with each group leader praying over every Junior with an inspirational message while placing a beautiful medallion around their neck with Isaiah 43:1
“I have called you by name. You are mine.”

The week ended with the moving Junior Leadership Prayer Service and Ceremony . The Class of 2021 was Commissioned, their Leadership Symbols were blessed and presented, and they took the next step as the eventual senior leaders of THS.

Mr. Svoboda, Assistant Principal and Director of Religious Formation, summed up the week perfectly. “The Holy Spirit can do great wonders if we all continue to open our hearts each day.”
Out of the Blue is Set!
One of the biggest and best nights of the year has been slated for Friday, May 1, 2020. Out of the Blue is the annual celebration of all the good that is Trinity High School.

The annual event raises funds to provide financial assistance to deserving students, and support for other worthwhile projects for the good of Trinity. Your $50 ticket allows you to enjoy live and silent auctions, terrific food and drinks, music and raffles throughout the evening and more. So please mark your calendar to start the month of May in a fun and exciting way. You can begin ordering your tickets now!

The Out of the Blue Raffle is now open as well! Purchase one or more $100 tickets for this exciting raffle and get up to four chances to win $10,000!
*If your ticket is bought by December 6, it will be entered into an early prize drawing during halftime of the girls basketball game on December 9 for a $1,000 prize!

Whether you win or lose, your ticket will be re-entered into the drawing for the grand prize of $5,000, first prize of $3,000 and second prize of $1,000 on the night of the Out of the Blue Benefit.

Contact Tony Burke at or 216-581-5757 to purchase your ticket today!
Trojans Spirit for the Holidays
Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for your favorite Trojan? You are in luck! The Trinity Spirit Shop is fully stocked with many brand new items for everyone, young and old.

The Spirit Shop is open every school day during business hours. Just check in at the front desk and ask for either Ms. Burke or Mr. Burke and they will personally escort you to the shop. The store is also open during all home athletic events, and other Trinity events throughout the school year.

Go Trojans!
Upcoming Events
November 18: Fall Sports Awards, Godlewski Gym, 6:30pm

November 19: Continuous Improvement Workday, Student Dismissal, 12:30pm

November 26: Thanksgiving Liturgy, 1:15pm - 2:45pm

November 27- December 1: Thanksgiving Break, No School

December 2: Open House, 5:30-7pm, register here.
Boys Basketball Season Opener, Godlewski Gym, 7pm

December 6: Winter Sports Rally, Godlewski Gym, 2pm

December 7: 8th grade placement test, register here

December 9: Girls Basketball Season Opener, NaSheema Hillmon #40 Jersey Retirement Ceremony,
6:30 pm

December 13: Holiday Concert, Godlewski Gym, 7pm

December 14: CHRISTmas Retreat, Camp Christopher, 11:30am, register here