On the morning of the entrance exam, my mom asked me what school we were going to go to. I had two choices to pick from, Trinity and another all girls school about 10 minutes from my house. My mom let me make the decision on my own about where I wanted to spend my next four years, and I told her to drive me to Trinity that morning. Since then, I have loved every minute I spent here. The Trinity community is certainly something extremely unique. We all come from different backgrounds but we are able to come together as one whenever someone needs us. Even the faculty is like family to us, treating us as their own. The sense of family that Trinity has will be something I will miss the most. Trinity may not be a very big school, but that is what I love about it. We aren’t too small but we aren’t too big. We’re just right so that everyone knows everyone here and we can all support each other. I knew that morning of the entrance exam that I was making the right choice by coming here. I have met some amazing friends and teachers along the way and I will miss everyone so much. Trinity is truly a school that supports young women in everything they do. I will be going away to college next year, something I never thought I would do. I am the first person in my family to go to college and leave Trinity with confidence that I have gained these last four years in the classroom. I am proud to say that Trinity has truly empowered me to be a leader who embodies knowledge, faith, and strength! Go Blazers!
Giovanna Dublino, St. Joseph Grade School, Summit
University of Iowa