On November 13, 2018, a symbol of a swastika was scratched into the back of a bathroom stall door here at Trinity High School. It has been removed.
As part of our established response protocol as an educational institution rooted in the Catholic Dominican tradition, we immediately informed parents and guardians, and addressed the student body this morning through the Campus Ministry and Guidance staff and asked anyone with information to come forward.
Any expression of hate or intolerance is absolutely unacceptable to the Trinity community.
Bring your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and friends! Enjoy crafts, continental breakfast, pictures, and a visit with Santa!
Trinity High School’s Mock Trial team took second place in the St. Ignatius College Prep Mock Trial Competition. Trinity was the only all-girls’ high school in this competition. Trinity students also received individual awards: Emily Kowal, ’20, received First Place for Prosecution Attorney; this is Emily’s second year on the team. First time competing, Alyssa Marmolejo, ’22, received First Place for Defense Attorney and while second year team member, Khadedra Neals ’20 took Second Place for Defense Attorney. Khadedra also received a Diversity Scholarship Award to be used for her college education. While ten Trinity students competed in this competition, there are twenty Trinity students who participate in Mock Trial. Students are coached by former States Attorney Anita Alvarez and alumnae Karin Connelly, Veryl Gambino, Hope Fiedler Geldes, and Maureen O’Brien. Interested students should stop by Ms. Lavezzorio’s office in 102 for more information.
1. Vote because the choices you make will matter.
2. Check out Trinity High School’s Open House and see how our Blazers are empowered to be strong future leaders who will positively impact our world.
Tours begin at 6:30, last tour leaves at 7:30PM
Join us for Trivia Night!
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Monday, August 27, 2018
Oak Park Country Club
“Women are facing major threats to their health, safety, and significant limits on their potential each and every day. In our Women Studies courses with Ms. Ward, we learned about many injustices, ones that feel very far away and those that are very close to home, impacting our own lives as teenage women. Inspired by Chimamanda Adichie’s Feminist Manifesto, we wrote our own feminist manifestos on how best to navigate this complex world as women and how to effect change for the future. Since women are strongest when they work together, we will read a compilation of many students’ ideas, in order to offer suggestions for the Trinity student body as you nurture your inner feminists.
First off, let’s define what feminism is and what it is not. It is NOT an effort to threaten power or to degrade men. It is an effort to equalize power between sexes. It IS the belief in the social, political and economic equality of both sexes. It IS the belief that women are equal human beings and therefore deserving of the same dignity and opportunities. Come closer to feminism and you will see how it can liberate our world.”
And it goes on from there with about a dozen different suggestions/teachings for men, women, young girls and young boys.