Trojan Talents on Display!
F orgive us if we like to brag about our Pre-Professional Internship Program but we are very proud of its growth and success over its 10 year history. Over 600 students have found out at a very young age what they are passionate...or maybe not so passionate about...before they reach college and the expense that comes with higher education.

Students continually show off their skills and talents to over 70 organizations all over this great region of ours. Those talents have been on full display recently for a couple of students in our graphic design track of the intern program. Many of you received a letter in recent days for our Annual Appeal on paper designed and produced by one of our Seniors, Dominic Blackstock. Dominic did a wonderful job of incorporating the holiday spirit into the theme of the letter. Junior Jack Maloney also let his talents shine on the athletic front, creating new alternative logos with our iconic Double T and the state of Ohio that you will begin to see throughout our athletics and spirit departments.

We are so grateful for our students, and the skills they continually develop as they work through our program. Pre-Professional Internship Director Barb Dottore is always looking for more organizations who want to be part of this transformative program that is changing the workforce in Cleveland. Feel free to contact Mrs. Dottore at , or 216-581-5749.
Creativity and Capstone
More talents were on display recently as Seniors in Mr. Kenny's Graphic Design Capstone class worked throughout the fall semester to create their own advertising campaigns. In this final class of the Graphic Design Internship Program track, students have the option to focus their project on print design or digital design/film media using Adobe Creative Suite. Students have access to Trinity Support Services for printing and production of their materials, as well as Trinity's professional film and photography equipment.

Their incredible professional campaigns and unique displays that resembled their interests and aspirations were on display for all to see. Pieces of each campaign contained anything from printed literature to interactive media. Nice work Class of 2020!
Donation Drop Off Day is March 5!
We hope you have marked your calendars for Friday night, May 1, for the 15th annual Out of the Blue Benefit celebrating our students and all that is good at Trinity. We will continue to sell raffle tickets to win up to $9,000 the night of the event, as well as tickets, sponsorships, and advertising opportunities from now until Out of the Blue.

We will also be hosting our annual " Donation Drop Off Day " to collect items for our auctions and raffles. Maybe you received something for Christmas that you can't use? Maybe you or your organization can donate a once in a lifetime experience, concert tickets, sports memorabilia, vacation packages, gift cards, art, jewelry...really anything, as it will make great donations for the Out of the Blue Benefit! We even have a " Wish List " to reference ideal donation items.

Students who donate will receive a dress down day and points toward their class for the Spirit Cup!
We have always been so humbled by the generosity of our community, and the creativity of their donations. It's easy, just fill out this short form so we know to expect your donation. Then visit us on March 5, check in with a Out of the Blue representative, leave your donation and take your receipt.
Thank you for your never ending support!
Spirit Shop Goes Online!
We have exciting news to share. In recent weeks we received many inquiries from all over the country about the possibility of ordering Trojans Spirit Wear online. So we created a brand new online store and now you can order your favorite gear and never leave your house!

We have also included many new, unique, and youth items that are not yet available in the school Spirit Shop .

The online Trojans Spirit Store will be open until February 2nd, so visit our site and order today!

Go Trojans!
Upcoming Events
Semeka Randall's #22
Being Retired
Join us at 6:30 PM on January 29th as one of the all-time greats to ever wear a basketball uniform in the state of Ohio has her jersey retired. Semeka Randall's #22 will be hung on the wall of Godlewski Gym with the other 3 retired numbers in a ceremony hosted by Fox Sports and 92.3 The Fan's Jeff Phelps. The Lady Trojans take on Lutheran West following the celebration of the 2-time Ohio Ms. Basketball.

January 20: Martin Luther King Day, No School

January 27-31: Spirit Week

January 27: ACT Prep classes begin, register here

February 1: 8th Grade Placement Test, 9 AM

February 5: Freshman Students/Parents Pre-Professional Internship Meeting, 7 PM, Godlewski Gym

February 12: Continuous Improvement Workday, Student Dismissal 12:30 PM