National Honor Society Inductees: Alexis BolociuchNora BarrySarah BurkeRocio CabreraKelly CalcagnoColleen CarraherIvette CebreroChristina ComoLindsay DodovichClare FairbanksRebecca FlahertyAlexandra HayworthKatherine HazenRebecca HenzNicole KawaNicole LevarDanielle LoveroAlexis McGovernMyhka McKinneyMadeline McPhillipsLauren McRoyKerry OzimaLauren ProchaskaAnnamaria RobertoMonica ToledoErica TothMaryKate WhitesideMichela WilliamsElisabeth Zyburt French National Honor Society Inductees: Diana Berumen Alexandra Hayworth Elizabeth Lynch Clare Fairbanks Katherine Hazen Myhka McKinney Emily Garcia Triniti…Read the Rest
Over Spring Break eight Trinity girls along with ten girls from Regina Dominican High School will be traveling to San Andres Itzapa, Guatemala to work with children at Nuestro Pequenos Hermanos. On this Dominican Mission trip students will be spending one on one time with children at the orphanage, helping with daily tasks, learning about…Read the Rest
Trinity Students Recognized as Trinity-Dominican Scholars River Forest, IL. In recognition of our shared Dominican mission, Trinity High School and Dominican University have joined together to offer a unique opportunity for educational advancement. Qualifying Trinity second-semester juniors in the upper quartile of their class have the opportunity to take college courses at Dominican for college…Read the Rest
Trinity’s Robotics Club participated in an ROV Event hosted by the Shedd Aquarium at the UIC Pool on Saturday, March 23. The group spent the year designing and building through the official MATE missions. The event gave the Robotics Club the opportunity to explain their design to a panel of experts, complete an engineering design…Read the Rest
Trinity High School’s Marisa Maite takes first place in the Optimist Club of Oak Park Oratorical Contest.
Students under the age of 19 who have not yet graduated from high school or the equivalent are invited annually to participate in the Optimist Club of Oak Park speech competition. This year students prepared a 4-5 minute speech on the topic, “Why My Voice is Important.” Three Trinity students volunteered to participate in this…Read the Rest
Trinity’s Art Club lead a painting workshop with the residents of Belmont Village on March 7. The collaborative paintings were so expressive, and the words of wisdom given to our girls was priceless. The workshop has become a tradition, and all who participated had a wonderful experience bonding with those of a different generation.
What does Sister Michelle do when she reads about an accomplished woman in the world of business and basketball whose dreams were inspired by attending an all-girls high school? That’s right. She calls her up. Stender became involved with Trinity in 2005 when Sister Michelle Germanson read an article in which Stender mentioned the benefits…Read the Rest
Twenty six members from the A Cappella choir will be touring Ireland from March 29th through April 6th. The students will be performing an Easter Liturgy at the Ennis Cathedral along with lots of other music activities. Special arrangements have been made in the town of Doolin, noted for its traditional Irish music, to have…Read the Rest