Check out Trinity Blazers and Mrs. Bedell on WCIU “Chicago Now” this Sunday, June 2, at 6:30AM.
The young women that make up the Class of 2019 have been accepted to over 150 different colleges and universities, with 99% of the class earning over $23 million dollars in academic scholarships. To the East, the Blazers are heading to Boston College, Fordham University, American University, Columbia University in the City of New York, and Connecticut College. To the West, the Blazers attending the University of California Irvine, Scripps College, Pomona College, University of Oregon, Creighton University, and the University of Colorado. To the North, the Blazers are attending University of Wisconsin- Madison, University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh, Marquette University, Carthage College, St. Norbert College and the University of Michigan. And to the South, the Blazers are attending the University of Alabama, Alabama A&M University, and Xavier University of Louisiana.
Twenty-six students are candidates for the full International Baccalaureate diploma and 48 others are candidates for IB certificates. Fifteen students have been named Illinois State Scholars. Hannah Gonzalez has been recognized by the National Hispanic Recognition Program and named a Posse Scholar, Bryanna Tapia has been named a Chick Evans Scholar, Princeanna Gibson has been named a Posse Scholar, and Karime Sanchez has been awarded the QuestBridge College Match Scholarship.
Sister Judy and a few members of the Class of 2019 joined DJ Chat Daddy last week to discuss Trinity’s Amazon partnership and their college journey. Click on the links for the WVON radio interview.
Trinity High School is excited to partner with Amazon Future Engineers by joining 300,000 students and 5 private all-women institutions in 43 states who are committed to providing access and support for learning in STEM fields.
Click for letter to parents from Sister Judy
Congratulations to the “Blazers of the Month” who were selected for their outstanding display of Integrity.
Wednesday, May 15th
6:15 Gallery Opening
Join us on May 10th as Barbara presents “Sisters First” & “George & Barbara Bush” at the Oak Park Country Club.
Congratulations to the “Blazers of the Month” who were selected for their outstanding display of Leadership.
For twenty years, Trinity has recognized distinguished alumnae in the areas of service and leadership. We chose the month of March to celebrate these women as it is Women’s History Month. The recipients have been nominated by their classmates who want the successes of these women known to all. All three of these women could be recognized for both service and leadership.
Yesterday, Trinity’s 26 senior International Baccalaureate (IBO.org) Diploma candidates met over lunch with members of the school faculty, staff, administration, board, alumnae, and parents to share pieces of their CAS (Creativity, Action, and Service) portfolio. For the past two years, the IB Diploma students have participated in over 11,500 hours of creativity, activity, and service experiences. The CAS Congress event is an opportunity for students to present their CAS portfolios to Trinity stakeholders and celebrate their achievements as an IB Diploma.