Blazers Summer Experiences

Trinity Gambit Chess Workshops
Photography Workshop
Blazer Experiences offer a variety of activities for rising 9th though 12th grade Blazers. Spend your summer at Trinity! You will build relationships, grow academically, and have fun in a supportive, mission-driven program.  Register for 1, 2, or every summer workshop and experience an action-packed summer with a Blazer touch.

Workshops and experiences for rising 9th - 12th grade Blazers.
Blazer Movies on the Lawn
Multiple Dates
All grades and families are welcome!
Time: Half hour before sunset until the end of the movie
Location: East lawn outside the SMG Athletic Facility.

Join Trinity for a series of empowering and entertaining movies on Trinity’s Campus! Bring a blanket and a friend! 
Wednesday June 9 - Coco
Wednesday June 30 - Aladdin (2019)
Wednesday July 21 - movie coming soon
Wednesday August 11 - movie coming soon
Cost: Free -  Concessions will be available for purchase.
Yoga and Mindfulness Workshop
Multiple Dates
1PM - 3PM
Grades rising 6th - 12th

Join Trinity's yoga and dance instructor, Ms. Renfroe and ignite your yoga practice and learn how to be more mindful.
Monday June 14
Monday June 21
Monday June 28
Monday July 19
Cost: $15 per session
Time and Stress Management - Blazer Style
Tuesday, June 29
3:30PM - 6PM
Class of 2025 Blazers

Start your Trinity career off right by learning key time and stress management techniques, Blazer Style!  Learn the skills and artistic expressions of bullet journaling and the foundations for relaxation using meditation.
Cost: $50

Sewing Essentials
Thursday, July 8
1PM - 3PM
Grades rising 7th - 12th
In this workshop you will learn basic hand sewing techniques.  Use these skills to make pillows, alter or mend your own clothes (eco-friendly option!), and create a foundation for further sewing and tailoring skills!
Cost: $25
Trinity Gambit Introductory and Beginner Workshops
Monday, July 12 and/or Tuesday, July 13
1PM - 3PM
Grades rising 7th - 12th
These workshops are designed for girls interested in learning how to play chess and improve their skills! Join Trinity's science teacher and chess fanatic Elliot Mertz for two workshops designed for students who are beginning their chess journey. 

Monday, July 12: Intro level is for students who have never played chess.
Tuesday, July 13: Beginner level is for students who have a basic understanding of the rules.
Monday's workshop will give the introduction needed for the Tuesday workshop for beginner chess players.  

Students will receive their own chess board to take home and continue to improve their skills.
Cost: $30 for each workshop or $50 for both
Discover Your Strengths Workshop
Wednesday, July 14
1PM - 3:30PM
Class of 2025 Blazers
Want to discover what you naturally do best? Interested in learning how you can use your natural talents everyday as a student, leader, teammate, and friend? Discover your strengths with the StrengthsQuestTM. 
Ahead of the workshop, students will take the CliftonStrengthsTM assessment to discover their top 5 strengths. You will then receive individualized explanations of your top 5 greatest strengths, action items to help you develop your strengths, and suggestions about how to use your unique talents to excel in all you do. 
Cost: $35 includes online assessment
Taste of North Avenue
Thursday, July 29
Time: 12:30PM - 3PM
Location: Pick up and drop off from Trinity - Walk to North Avenue
Class of 2025 Blazers
Get acquainted with the restaurant choices surrounding Trinity! Make new friends as you walk from Trinity to North Avenue and sample the awesome after school snack choices!
Cost: $25
Junior Blazers Camp Questions? Contact Susie Bedell at

Senior Blazers Camp or #FutureBlazer Experiences Questions? 
Please contact Katie Wendling at 708.453.8305 or
Athletic Camp Questions? Please contact Ken Trendel, Athletic Director at 708-453-8394 or
All schedules are Subject to Change based on health and safety updates from the CDC and IDPH

Camp Refunds
No camp refunds are issued after May 15th, 2021.
Canceled Camps and Workshops
If a camp is canceled for any reason, a full refund will be applied.
Health and Safety Information 
Trinity High School has delivered in person instruction throughout the 20-21 school year following the safety measures for re-opening schools issued jointly by the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois State Board of Education in June of 2020.  You can reference those best practices which will be followed throughout the duration of the Trinity Summer Experiences here.  In the event that COVID-19 transmission levels or community thresholds prohibit camp from running safely, families will be notified as soon as possible and issued full tuition refunds.  Additionally, campers who cannot report to camp during a scheduled session due to the positive or presumed positive diagnosis of COVID-19 will be issued refunds.  
Full health and safety information will be shared with registered families in May but here are some changes to our programming to expect in the summer of 2021:
  • All campers, staff and families will be required to wear masks throughout the duration of the camp day
  • The Summer of 2021 will not feature any activities involving food preparation, i.e. pizza making, baking, etc
  • Snacks will still be provided in individually wrapped packages to campers, snack time will happen in small groups OUTSIDE.  In the event of inclement weather, small groups will be provided with snacks in indoor spaces that accommodate camper spacing of a minimum of 6 feet apart
  • Parents/Caretakers will not be permitted access to any of the buildings on our campus 
  • Touchless thermal scanners will be set up at the entrance to camp, each camper will have her temperature screened upon arrival.  Any camper/staff member with a temperature reading above 100.4 will not be permitted on campus
  • Trinity’s campus and supplies will be cleaned and sanitized regularly with a priority placed on high touch areas
  • Hand sanitizer will be readily available for camper use.  Campers must “pump in and pump out” when entering and exiting new locations 
  • Should a camper develop COVID like symptoms, she will be supervised in a quarantine room on campus until a caretaker can pick her up  
  • As many camp activities as possible will take place on the outdoor grounds of our campus.  Campers are advised to wear sunscreen.  This year, we will not be providing an option for staff to re-apply camper sunscreen during the day 
  • FOR JUNIOR BLAZER CAMP: We will not be able to gather in the Auditorium at the end of the camp season for our annual Junior Blazers Variety Show nor can we host the Parking Lot Cookout this year due to restrictions on gathering numbers.  We will, however, still produce a montage video of this summer’s fun to be shared with families via a password protected platform