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ECHO photography editor Sam Repp interviews senior Carson Mehlbauer during a rehearsal of the spring musical The Lightning Thief.

Trinity’s Department of Theatre Arts Presents ‘The Lightning Thief’

Sam Repp and Brandon King, Photography Editor and Staff Reporter March 9, 2022

Have you ever wanted to see a production that rivals those on Broadway? Opening tonight, Trinity's Department of Theatre Arts presents the regional debut of “The Lightning Thief.”   The musical...

A Bridge to Trinity

ECHO Staff January 28, 2022

A light coating of snow shimmers on what seems to be an endless pedestrian bridge. The early morning scene was captured by Trinity Dean of Studies Mr. Jeremy Jackson on his ride to school this morning. 

The Bass Fishing Rocks compete in the fall and spring.

Bass Fishing Rocks Depend on Teamwork, Preparation to Catch the Big Ones

Collin Sanders, Staff Reporter January 23, 2022

Unlike most every other sport, the environment in which the Rocks Bass Fishing Team athletes compete can change dramatically from one competition to another.  Former head coach and current moderator...

Moderator Mr. Chad Carpenter talks with the FCA members during a recent meeting.

FCA a Chance to Build Relationships

Favio Sanchez, Staff Reporter January 18, 2022

Faith, fellowship, and service are more than just words. They are a way of life, and there is a club that manifests their importance. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes, moderated by Trinity teacher...

Some members of the Trinity Math Team confer about their practice tests.

Math League Returns and Rocks are Ready

Owen McGreevy, Tri-Editor in Chief January 12, 2022

The clock winds down slowly. 3…2….1…time’s up! After years of practices, hard work, and competitions, the moment has finally come. While it may not be a game-winning Hail Mary, buzzer beater...

photo by Leo McAllister and Whit Hilleary

Focusing on the Details

ECHO Staff January 11, 2022

Take some time to look around. Check out the myriad details that surround you.  Five ECHO reporters focused their lenses on Trinity's campus and came away with some interesting images.                

Trinity has taken multi-faceted steps to educate the community about systemic racism.

Rocks Adding Ways to Fight Systemic Racism

Mason Kolb, Staff Reporter December 30, 2021

One of the country's greatest dilemmas is how to end systemic racism. Trinity has taken a muti-faceted approach to fighting racism and exclusion. Trinity media specialist Mrs. Betsy DeGolian has been...

More than Just a Game

More than Just a Game

Matt Klein, Staff Reporter December 17, 2021

What seems impossible to some, is a passion for others.  That's the way it is with Francophone Scrabble (French-language Scrabble).  One of those passionate people is Trinity world languages teacher...

Woodworking that Hits the High Notes!

Woodworking that Hits the High Notes!

ECHO Staff December 1, 2021

We knew Mr. Scott Ross, Trinity's music teacher and Director of Ensembles, could guide his students to create beautiful music.  We now know Ross also excels in creating beautiful wooden objects. From...

STEM Club a Mix of Academic Disciplines

ECHO Staff November 30, 2021

Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. Known collectively as STEM, these disciplines help make the world go round.  The STEM Club is led by moderator Mr. Stephen Hammer, who has been...

Environmental Club Makes Recycling a Priority

ECHO Staff November 29, 2021

The Environmental Club, moderated by Mr. Michael Budniak and Mr. Mark Amick, along with Mr. Seth Blakeslee's environmental science class have worked steadily throughout the semester to collect...

Safe Crossings for 22 Years

Brandon King, Staff Reporter November 26, 2021

Anyone who has driven Shelbyville Road at 3 in the afternoon knows the traffic is heavy and constant. Crossing the road at that time of day can be a dangerous endeavor. Ms. Lynnette Krebs, a Traffic Control...

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