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Trinity senior Eric Gallehr-Miracle, center, and other Trinity Singers perform before a Rocks football game.

An Anthem to the Heart of a Shamrock

ECHO Staff December 6, 2019

A few minutes before a football game as the crowd gets settled in their seats. Doesn't seem like a big deal, right? To Trinity Singers, however, those few minutes singing pre-game music mean a great...

photo by Andrew Hamill

Chess Rocks Looking for the Right Moves

ECHO Staff November 21, 2019

The chess Rocks compete in the Jefferson County Public School league. They are coached by Mr. Josh Kusch.

Strategy is the name of the game when playing Dungeons and Dragons.

Where Beasts and Battles Thrive

ECHO Staff November 19, 2019

Within mysterious passageways, you can find Rocks lost in the world of Dungeons and Dragons.  Mr. Mitch Greenwell serves as moderator of the D & D Club.  

Tim's Flying Club utilizes flight simulators to help students learn what it takes to become a pilot.

Rocks Soar in Tim’s Flying Club

ECHO Staff November 18, 2019

For those whose thoughts soar above the clouds, Tim's Flying Club provides a way to learn about flight and what it takes to become a pilot. Led by Mr. Joseph Chittissery Mathai (Mr. CM), Tim's Flying Club...

Senior Retreat for Trinity students affords an opportunity to commune with nature.

A Chance to Commune with Nature

ECHO Staff October 31, 2019

The school year began with words from Principal Dr. Dan Zoeller about the healing and invigorating benefits of nature. During retreats held throughout the year, Trinity seniors are given an opportunity...

Senior Jack Chauvin, right, talks with reporter Chase Gravatte about becoming a published author of a children's book.

Senior’s Road to Five-Star Reviews Started in St. Louis

Chase Gravatte, Staff Reporter October 30, 2019

Not many seniors in high school can claim to have written and published a book that is receiving five-star reviews on Amazon. Trinity senior Jack Chauvin and his mother, Laura Chauvin, did just that,...

Trinity Sophomore Excels in a Family of Artists

Zachary Crumes, Staff Reporter October 29, 2019

Trinity sophomore Harlan Welch-Scarboro is not the average high school student.  In fact, it’s fair to say that "average" isn’t a word often associated with the Scarboro family. Harlan has already...

Art I students put in some work providing faux windows for the set of

Students Add Artistic Touches to Trinity Theatre Sets

ECHO Staff October 16, 2019

For the past couple of years, Mr. Alan Wilson’s Art I classes have worked on cross-curricular projects with the Department of Theatre Arts. When Trinity producer/director Ms. Kate...

Rocks put in some table tennis time.

Rocks Perfect Ping-Pong Play

ECHO Staff October 2, 2019

Trinity's talented ping-pong players gather in the Communication Arts Center convocation hall on a regular basis, at times taking part in tournaments. Teacher Mr. Joseph Chittissery Mathai moderates the...

The Community Service Program includes seniors helping out on campus.

Campus Aides Provide Solid Service

ECHO Staff September 30, 2019

Part of Trinity's Community Service Program for seniors includes providing rock-solid assistance throughout the campus.  Some students work in the Student Affairs Office, some help out the receptionist,...

Trinity's Culinary Club teaches the art of preparing delicious meals.

Cooking Up Some Culinary Magic

ECHO Staff September 12, 2019

Future chefs may very well get their start via the Trinity Culinary Club, headed by Dr. Debbie Heaverin, with instruction from Chef Lee Ashbrook and Chef Jeremy Williamson.  The club cooked up some dishes...

For Trinity Rising Senior, Educational Justice Makes Major Difference

Colin Murphy, Staff Reporter June 25, 2019

From doing simple math at a restaurant to find out how much is needed for a tip to winning a trivia game with a fact taught in a fifth-grade social studies class, not much is more important than learning....

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