Friday, January 19th, 2018
Saturday, February 3, 2018
Doors open at 5:00PM
Cheer on the Blazers in Trinity’s Skybox.
Friday, January 26th
Saturday, April 14th.
On the grounds of Trinity High School.
More information coming soon.
Did you miss Trinity’s 8th-grade Entrance Exam? Call 708.453.9374 to schedule a test.
The Trinity High School Fine and Performing Arts Department is proud to present AIDA by Elton John and Tim Rice. The performances will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 17-19 in the Trinity auditorium.
Friday, November 17th ~ 7PM
Saturday, November 18th ~ 7PM
Sunday, November 19th ~2PM
Adapted from the four-time Tony Award-winning hit, Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida School Edition is an epic tale of love, loyalty, and betrayal, chronicling the love triangle between Aida, a Nubian princess stolen from her country, Amneris, an Egyptian princess, and Radames, the soldier that they both love. There are action-packed scenes as well as incredible music. The show also features a runway dancing fashion show.
AIDA is more than just a love story. Amneris and Aida are both powerful female future rulers who learn to transcend the vast cultural differences between their warring nations, heralding a time of unprecedented peace and prosperity.
Trinity High School will be honored with the unveiling of an honorary street sign on the 7500 block of West Lathrop on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, following our Founder’s Day mass and celebration. At 11:45am, the entire Trinity community will gather at the corner of Lathrop and Division where River Forest officials will unveil “Trinity Way.”
It is an incredible honor to mark the indelible bond between Trinity High School and the River Forest community. Beginning in the fall of 2017 Trinity opened its centennial celebration. Since 1908, the Trinity mission is focused on the education and empowerment of women. This is a core idea at Trinity passed down from the five pioneering sisters who established Trinity (then called Rosary House) to educate and empower women at a time when they did not even have the right to vote.
It is Trinity’s role to help shape the next generations of young women – to help nurture their faith, fill their thirst for knowledge and cultivate their passion for truth and justice to make the world a better place. For 100 years, our young women have gone on to become compassionate global citizens, and we view this street sign as a powerful symbol of that legacy.
All are welcome to attend. For further information on our Centennial Celebration and all of the corresponding events, please visit www.trinityhs.org/100.
Trinity’s Class of 1967 held it’s 50th Reunion last weekend at the Oak Park Country Club.