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  • Grandparents Mass............................................10 a.m. .................Sept. 8

‘Trinity Forever’

‘Trinity Forever’

ECHO Staff

August 23, 2019

A white shamrock on a green background. Two deceptively powerful words written on the shamrock in green and black letters. "Trinity Forever" sounds simple at first -- before one thinks about the catalyst for such a proclamation.   To grasp the meaning of "Trinity Forever," those at the annual Ope...

Class of 2023 Commits to Excellence

Class of 2023 Commits to Excellence

ECHO Staff

August 15, 2019

The Class of 2023 made a tangible commitment to excellence in Steinhauser Gymnasium on a beautiful Aug. 14 evening. The freshmen, just three days into their first high school year, heard from leaders and took part in a book signing during the seventh annual Freshman Class Academic Convocation. Trinity President Dr. Ro...

Hail, Mary

Hail, Mary

ECHO Staff

August 12, 2019

"Hail, Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee." Bishop Mark Spalding of the Nashville diocese dedicated and blessed Trinity's new statue of the Blessed Mother on Aug. 11.  Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen thanked teacher Mrs. Holly McGuire "for acquiring and preparing the statue, and then arrangi...

Welcome back, Rocks!

Welcome back, Rocks!

ECHO Staff

August 6, 2019

Beautiful sunshine on a midsummer's day.  Seniors helping freshmen find their way.  Four classes of Rocks preparing for next week's start to the school year -- while still savoring the final days of break. Today's gathering set up the beginning of classes on Aug. 12 for students new to Trinity a...

Evelyn Fultz — Rest in Peace

Evelyn Fultz — Rest in Peace

ECHO Staff

July 3, 2019

The Trinity family lost one of its greats on Monday when Evelyn Fultz passed away at the age of 92.  From the fall of 1954 through 1995, Evelyn was a mainstay of Trinity, working as administrative assistant for the Rocks' first four heads of school. Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen '77 remembered E...

Senior Explores a Different Panama City

Aidan Koch, Staff Reporter

July 2, 2019

For 2019 graduate John Michael Cristofoli, spring break was not the typical trip to Panama City. Cristofoli and some of his family, including his aunt and uncle Terra and Patrick Boone, went to the country Panama and experienced some amazing thing. There was a very wide variety of things to ...

Let the Games Begin — eSports Competition Starting at Trinity

Let the Games Begin — eSports Competition Starting at Trinity

Julian Pirtle, Staff Reporter

May 24, 2019

What if I told you, you could be making half a million dollars a month playing your favorite video game professionally.  People all around the world have dreams about playing video games for a living, especially after recent professional gamer Tyler Blevins, better known as Ninja, started bringing in more...

Classrooms are Expanded as Rocks Explore Social Issues

Classrooms are Expanded as Rocks Explore Social Issues

ECHO Staff

May 22, 2019

The classroom is only a starting place for learning.  Finding ways to improve societal problems happens best when students leave campus and interact with the society they wish to help.  This happens through events such as the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium for High School Students, which include...

A Fond Farewell to the Record-Setting Class of 2019

A Fond Farewell to the Record-Setting Class of 2019

ECHO Staff

May 21, 2019

Trinity High School's 63rd annual Commencement saw 279 students walk across the stage in Bellarmine University's Knights Hall. After the record-setting class -- $44 million in college merit scholarship offers -- heard words of advice from two fellow alumni honored at the ceremony, Trinity Presiden...

Giving Future Generations a Look at the Past — Rocks Win Time Capsule Contest

ECHO Staff

May 20, 2019

In the year 2119, what will people know about life today in the St. Matthews community?  What should go in a time capsule to be opened in a century?  Those were the questions, and Trinity High School came up with the best answers. Mr. Louis R. Straub II, Louisville Market President for Independence...

Myriad Emotions Take Center Stage at Baccalaureate Mass

Myriad Emotions Take Center Stage at Baccalaureate Mass

ECHO Staff

May 20, 2019

It was a time to express deep emotions and fond remembrances. Trinity High School's 63rd annual Baccalaureate Mass allowed for reflection as the Class of 2019 celebrated their final liturgy together. Trinity Chaplain Fr. Dave Zettel, celebrant and 1958 alumnus, offered words of encouragement, Campus Minister ...

OUTSTANDING!

OUTSTANDING!

ECHO Staff

May 17, 2019

Many awards. Major accolades. Much appreciation. During Trinity's 63rd annual Senior Awards Assembly, the Class of 2019 was honored for outstanding academic achievement -- from those with perfect attendance to four-year Shamrock Award recipients to department honorees and the four Major Award reci...

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