What's Happening at Trinity
On November 4th from 12pm-4pm, Trinity will host its annual Open House.

It is an exciting time when we look to welcome 6th, 7th and 8th graders from all over the Archdiocese who want to learn more about how Trinity lives it’s #faith, experiences #family, looks to the #future and celebrates the rich #legacy we carry. RSVP is requested at at trinityticket.org. Come join us!
Getting to Know Trinity: Titan Athletics Update
We've got exciting highlights from our athletics program to share:

Titan Softball:
The Trinity Catholic girls softball team began the fall sports post-season by defeating Jennings and McCluer South-Berkeley to capture the Missouri Class 3 District 5 championship. Seniors Delaney Koch, Chloe Abernathy and Kasi Olden led the young Titans who were knocked out of the playoffs in the sectional round by St. Charles. Congratulations to the Titans on bringing home another district title to Trinity Catholic!

Titan Volleyball:
The girls volleyball team finished the regular-season with a record of 13-15 and won its first round Missouri Class 3 District 6 match over Jennings....

Trinity Academics
On October 16, families and friends joined us to recognize the twenty-three students who were inducted into the National Honor Society, joining our chapter here at Trinity. Students who have a cumulative 3.25 GPA or higher and have met the school’s benchmark for Christian Service hours are invited to apply after their sophomore or junior years....

Trinity Shadow Updates
Trinity is proud to announce we are on track to host over 110 shadows during October and November. This year, we have begun to shadow on Mondays and some Thursdays. This has allowed us to give attention to entire groups of youth at one time, as well as provide parents with information on their own mini-shadow sessions. If you know someone who wants to know more about Trinity’s #faith, #family #future #legacy, simply have them go to www.trinityshadow.org to register! 
Welcome to the class of 2023!
Trinity Students Head to Greece for World Championships
We are proud of our Titans Ava Abernathy, '22 and her sister Chloe Abernathy, '19 who are headed to Athens, Greece to compete in the world kickboxing and karate championships!

Learn more about Ava, her silver medals, and other incredible athletic accomplishments in her video here !
Trinity's Legacy

A note from Angie Ross, Aquinas Class of '89
My time spent at Aquinas has impacted my life in many ways. First and foremost in my mind are the lifelong friendships that I made. Some of the friendships I count on the most in my life are people I met at Aquinas. The support and love from those friends mean the world to me. Along with the many amazing memories we share....

A note from Beth Kissel, Mercy Class of '79
Although I had attended PSR at St. Catherine of Sienna, Mercy High School was really my true first experience with Catholic education. I knew I could handle the academics at Mercy, but I was not so sure about theology classes. I remember the first thing we had to study in theology - the history of the Religious Sisters of Mercy - something that no one in the class knew. My anxiety was put to rest and for the next 4 years and I came to love all that Mercy offered. After graduation, many of my teachers.... Read more
Trinity's Thought Exchange
Trinity has been using a new type of software and activity called a Thoughtexchange to gather information from the community. This data has been essential in allowing Father Jeff and his team to identify ideas, thoughts, and concerns from various groups of the Trinity community. This information has helped to inform decisions around repairs to the gym roof, a new audio system for the gym, implementation of.... Read More
Homecoming At Trinity
Our week-long celebration before Homecoming is Spirit Week, and you could feel the Trinity spirit throughout the building. Each day the students had fun dressing in themes. The student council also sponsored a door decorating contest for each family. Mrs. Lappe’s family was voted best and enjoyed homemade cinnamon rolls for breakfast!

Our annual Homecoming dance was held on October 6, 2018. This year’s theme was a Night in Paris. The student council worked hard to transform the gallery, lobby, and gym into the streets of Paris, and congratulations to our students Kailee Pointer and Shammond Cooper who were crowned king and queen!

Trinity Connects to God
Throughout the month of November, we will be exploring new and different ways to learn about and pray to the saints and our loved ones who have died and are now with God in heaven.

In the Catholic faith, we believe the saints in heaven are like our friends on earth and we can pray to them just like you would ask your friend to pray for you. Because they are in heaven, they are very close to God and can intercede for us, that is that there is a very real connection between our lives and those who have died. 

Throughout the month, at Trinity, we will have different activities and prayers to learn about the saints. For example, each week, we will be giving our students and faculty a prayer card of a different saint. The art on this prayer card was created by Jalynn Barnes, a sophomore at Trinity.

Trinity Students Heading to Le Moyne
Last month, Jim Joseph, Dean of the nationally ranked Madden School of Business of Le Moyne College visited Trinity Catholic High School to introduce the Madden-Trinity Scholars Program, in which students can qualify for a $10K scholarship, 2 paid internships, a mentor and a first job interview. It is an extraordinary partnership!

Trinity student Jaylin McCombs attended Dean Joseph’s presentation and decided to to follow up with a video conference. Read more

Trinity Raises $174,000 for the Mission at Annual Dinner Auction
It was an amazing evening at Trinity's annual dinner auction on October 20! We are grateful to more than 250 supporters who showed up for our mission on Saturday, and to all of our faithful sponsors, partners, and volunteers for making it possible!

The evening was full of inspiration. We honored the legacy of Sr. Karl Mary, listened to beautiful stories of impact from our students Lauren and Isaiah, and raised $174,000 for Trinity!

Click here to see event photos, and remember there is still time to make your Angel Fund gift to support scholarships for our Titans!

Giving to Trinity: Tax-Wise Strategies
Do you own an IRA or other qualified retirement plan? Are you looking for a tax-wise strategy to make gifts to support our mission? If so, consider making an IRA charitable rollover gift.   If you are 70½ or older, you can use your individual retirement account (IRA) to support Trinity. To learn more, please contact us at: donation@trinitycatholichigh.org
What's Next at Trinity
Trinity Catholic High School Open House: November 4, 12pm-4pm
Join us November 4th for our annual open house for prospective Titans!

Titan Football Playoffs November 3 at 7pm
The Trinity football team will be playing McCluer South Berkeley on Friday in the semifinal game of the district tournament at 7 pm!

All Saints Mass November 5 at 9:30am
Join our Trinity Family for a special All Saints Mass on November 5th dedicated to the Saints of our Church.

School-Wide Blood Drive November 8
Our Trinity #family gives the gift of life on November 8th!

Youth in Government Trip November 8-9
Youth in Government is a YMCA run program in which students learn about how government in the US works by acting the parts: judicial, legislative, and executive. Trinity joins 800 students from all over the state for this convention.

Father-Daughter Dinner and Dance November 9 at 6:30
Fathers have the opportunity to treat their daughters to an evening out, dinner and dancing. Doors open at 6:30, dinner will be served at 7 at "Catering to You": 12775 New Halls Ferry Road, Florissant, MO.

Holiday Quarter Raffle November 11
Join Trinity Catholic High School for our first ever Holiday Quarter Auction/Raffle. With over $5,500 in items up for raffle, this is a great way to spend your Sunday and your Quarters to get a jump on early Christmas shopping! Learn more here .

Freshman Retreat Coming Up November 13
Exciting things happening in Rooted Spiritual Life Program at Trinity. We look forward to engaging in leadership and faith-based activities with our Freshman class on November 13.

Marvin Room Production November 16-18
Come see our latest production, and support our vibrant theater arts program at Trinity! Follow us on Facebook for updates!

Thanksgiving Break November 21-23
Our Titans look forward to a restful Thanksgiving break filled with #family and #gratitude.
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