What's Happening at Trinity: ACA Award Winners
Congratulations to our Trinity ACA Essay Contest Award Winners! All recipients received a letter from Archbishop Carlson - read the letter to our students here !

Please join us in congratulating our excellent student writers and share the good news with your community!
Athletics Updates: Titans State Champs!
The Trinity Titans are state champions, having beaten Cardinal Ritter College Prep 45-19 ! This was a historic first time meeting of two St. Louis Archdiocesan schools at the state tournament. The Titans started the year by traveling to Georgia and they haven't looked back. The Titans finish the year 12-2 and win the first championship for Trinity. We have been blessed with amazing players, coaches, and staff who have all worked tirelessly, grinding it out day by day. Championships are earned and this team built on it's rich history these last years and put it together to bring it home!  #faith #family #future #legacy

View pictures here and video here !

Ceremonial Coin Toss
Our football captains met with Archbishop Robert Carlson on November 30 and the captains of Cardinal Ritter College Prep to do a ceremonial coin toss! Ritter called heads and it came up tails. We are grateful to Archbishop for his blessing!

Trinity Parent Organization: Quarter Raffle
The Trinity Parent Organization (TPO) held a new fundraising event for 2018 which was our Holiday Quarter Raffle. This new idea brought together over 25 Crafters/Vendors to the Trinity Gymnasium for our own holiday market. Through the generosity of the vendors attending, we were able to kick-off the holiday shopping season BEFORE Black Friday by providing over 100 raffles that attendees were able to win for only 1, 2, 3, or 4 quarters!

Getting to Know Trinity: Parent Thought Exchange
Last month, we ran a Thought Exchange asking current Trinity parents “What would be some things we should consider as we look for ways to support more parent involvement at Trinity Catholic High School?” The results are in, as are Father Jeff’s comments.   Read more here!  
Trinity's Legacy

A Note From Rich Henry, Rosary Class of 1965 
Being a Christian, Jesus is in my life everyday, affecting it greatly. I keep Him part of it. At my Route 66 Info Center gift shop, I have a little cartoonish picture that states,"Jesus Makes me a Somebody." It is in full eye view on the wall behind my counter. It’s an excellent opportunity to incorporate every visit into a Christian one.

A Conversation with Bob Samuelson, Rosary Class of 1972
Rosary provided me with a foundation to try and understand all sides of issues and be willing to step out of my comfort zone. This has gone a long way to build my confidence and self-esteem and strengthen my faith. In addition, it provided me the opportunity to be willing to broaden my work experience beyond the borders of the U.S. which led to a successful career.

Trinity Freshman Retreat
The Class of 2022 experienced their first retreat as Titans. The retreat, titled The Best Titan You Can Be, gave the students some tools and tips to become a better version of themselves - spiritually, academically, physically and emotionally.

The day included prayer, student-led talks, games, discussion groups and a senior Q&A panel. In asking students for feedback, one replied: “I think it helped me to understand what to expect in future years and gave advice about friendships and being yourself.”
Trinity Connects to God: Celebrating the Saints in November
We took our students and faculty on a unique faith journey throughout the month of November as we explored new and different ways to pray through the saints. Saints are a part of the Catholic tradition that we celebrate at Trinity. 

During the month of November, we have been praying with over 400 names that were submitted to us of deceased loved ones. 

Praying for the dead is a profound statement of faith, as we connect with that which is bigger than our immediate world and yet, somehow that transcendence is intimately a part of this world. In the Catholic tradition, we believe that our lives have a meaning that is everlasting. Connecting with the Saints and the dead during this month has been an invitation to hope, invigoration and encouragement!  

Shadow Update: Future Titans
Prospective students from all over our community are continuing to show a strong interest in attending Trinity! During November, we hosted 6 days of shadowing, with a total of 78 young people visiting!  They have come from over 10 different schools. Our Titan Ambassadors have been doing an amazing job at welcoming them. One parent recently shared:

"I just wanted to let you, your staff, and the Ambassadors especially A and J, that they really impressed my son today. After the shadow day, we sat and talked. J really questioned him about what he looked for in a school and asked him questions about his goals and what he wanted to do career- wise. My son also stated that A was friendly and very welcoming, which is a good thing because my son is really shy when he first meets new people. I am very thankful that my son had the pleasure of being welcomed with warm, caring arms."

It is great to see #Faith #Family #Future and #Legacy alive here on Redman Road!  
Trinity Student Returns from Le Moyne With New Aspirations
Jaylen McCombs recently returned from visiting Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY. Jaylen was invited to visit after hearing Dean Joseph talk about the new Madden-Trinity Scholars Program  Hear what what Jaylen had to say about the visit and his new hopes and dreams for his future here!

Trinity Receives Grant Award from Raskob Foundation!
Trinity Catholic High School received a $10,000 grant from the Raskob Foundation to plan and implement a Trauma-Informed Care Program creating a healing and transformative school community. Read more
Give to Trinity's Annual Fund in Support of Scholarships!
Trinity is in the midst of our Annual Fund Appeal. This year, all raised funds are targeted for the Sister Karl Mary Scholarship Fund. These funds will help anyone in need of financial aid next year! Help us to continue to provide Catholic education in North County!  

Contribute here: www.trinitydonate.org

Planned Giving at Trinity
At Trinity we are available to talk with you about some of the best planned giving options and the benefits of giving to our mission. If you have questions about your specific assets, potential income or tax savings please contact us. We would be happy to provide you with additional information. Contact us at: donation@trinitycatholichigh.org.

What's Next at Trinity
Christmas Concert: December 6 at 7pm
Please join us for our annual Christmas Concert in the TCHS gymnasium. This festive concert features performances from all of Trinity's ensembles classes including Beginning Band, Concert Band, Choir and Guitar. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.

All School Mass: December 13th at 9am
Please join our Trinity community for our last all school Mass of the year!

Winter Break: December 21-January 1
We wish our students, faculty and staff a restful semester break, as we celebrate Christmas and the New Year with family.

Better Education. Brighter Future.
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