Congratulations to the Trinity students whose work was represented at the IHSAE state art competition this year! Trinity had a record number of students selected to participate in this nationally recognized show. We are proud to announce that two Trinity students received awards: IN the GENERAL EXHIBITION, Senior Mia Salazar received the Bronze medal, third place, for her film “Cosmic World” in the Time Arts category! And IN THE SENIOR PORTFOLIO EXHIBITION, Senior Meagan Ceballos received the Bronze medal, third place in show, for her painting entitled, “El Corazon”! Trinity is so proud of all of these students and all those who attended the reception last Sunday!
Welcome to Trinity’s newest class, the Class of 2021!
Registration for the class is Wednesday, March 1 and Thursday, March 2. Call 708.453.8342 to schedule your registration appointment.
Wow! Bal Dominique 2017 is
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We look forward to an amazing night.
Saturday, April 8th
Celebrating Leadership and Service
Honoring leaders who embody Trinity’s values
of Knowledge, Faith, and Strength
Father Thomas J. Hurley
Recipient of the Trinity Leadership Award
Robert (posthumously) & Marcia Coleman
Recipient of the Lois Lyon Brennan † ’51 Service Award
2800 Midwest Road
Oak Brook, Illinois6:30 P.M. Cocktails ~ 7:30 P.M. Dinner
Reverse Auction and Raffle
Dancing to the Al Sofia OrchestraBlack tie optionalFor more information contact Mary Beth Lavezzorio at (708) 453-8343 or MBLavezzorio@trinityhs.org.
Trinity High School is pleased to announce the 2017-18 Illinois State Scholars for their outstanding academic achievement (listed in alphabetical order): Emma Alm, Isabella Andries, Kira Barrett, Olivia Blasi, Kate Conneely, Pamela Connolly, Katherine Cusack, Brittany Hosty, Courtney Hughes, Lucy Lang*, Veronica Lubeck, Savannah Martinez*, Shannon McGuire*, Emily Perez, Katharine Perschke, Olivia Poholik, Andrea Ramirez, Amy Rayas, Clarissa Rivera, Liucija Siliunas*, Ashlen Trapalis, Carlyn Uhlir, Sarah Whiteside*. * Not Pictured.
We are so excited to announce a record number of Trinity artists whose work was accepted into this year’s Illinois High School Art Exhibition Competitions. The exhibitions will take place on Sunday, February 26th. Additional awards will be given out at that time from jurors, colleges, and universities. We are just so proud of each of our creative young women.
IHSAE SENIOR PORTFOLIO SHOW Bridgeport Art Center
Isabella Andries, Helena Baka, Meagan Ceballos, Maureen Dudzinski, Marisa Maiella, Sarah Michalik, Margaret Nelson, Victoria Perez, Andrea Ramirez, Clarissa Rivera, Mia Salazar, and Ashlen Trapalis.
IHSAE GENERAL EXHIBITION Zhou B Art Center
In Painting: Meagan Ceballos, in Sculpture: Annabella Fritts, in Photography: Nicolette Lollino, in Design: Sasha Ortiz, in Mixed Media: Caitrin Robbins, and in Time Based Arts (video): Salazar Mia.
IHSAE Student Art Exhibitions! February 26th, 2017
ZHOU B Art Center (General Exhibition) 1029 W 35th St, Chicago
- College Recruitment Fair: 10am-12pm ● General Exhibition: 12-6pm ● Awards Ceremony: 1:30pm
Bridgeport Art Center (Portfolio Exhibition) 1200 W. 35th Street, Chicago
- College Conversations: 1:30-3pm & 5-6pm ● Senior Scholarship Exhibition: 12-6pm ● Awards Ceremony: 3:30pm
Congratulations to two Trinity International Baccalaureate dancers, Sarah Michalik ’17 and Mary Meo ’17, who were selected to compete in a live choreographic competition “New Moves.” Their original choreographed dance will be performed at the Vittum Theater on December 16th presented by Noumenon Dance Ensemble.
I remember I was very on the fence when my mom told me about Trinity High School. I remember thinking, “An all girls school? Really? I didn’t even know they still made those!?” Today, I know I would not have become the woman I am today without attending Trinity. Trinity helped me build relationships with other students that I know will last a lifetime. Without the staff and administration I do not believe I would have found my passion for technology. Organizations such as S.W.A.T. brought me out of my shell and prepared me for an internship during my junior year, and for a future in a male-orientated career. I applied to multiple schools with the best IT programs. It was a hard decision when it came to picking what university to attend this upcoming fall. With all the inspiration and motivation from my friends and teachers at Trinity, I chose DePaul University. Being a first generation student, I felt pressure throughout my entire high school life to become successful and accomplish the goals my parents never had the opportunity to do. Trinity has prepared me for a future in Computer Science and to demonstrate to the world women can do anything!
Ivonne Garcia, St. Francis of Rome, Cicero
DePaul University, Chicago