We are delighted to share an update on two major fundraising initiatives at Trinity High School -- our EmPOWERed Campaign and our Trinity Theater Renovation Plan. We are delighted to share an update on two major fundraising initiatives at Trinity High School -- our EmPOWERed Campaign and our Trinity Theater Renovation Plan. Click Here
We are beginning the approval process with the Village of River Forest which will take us through mid-April. Wight & Co. has provided preliminary drafts of renderings for our project all with our three main goals in mind: accessibility, security, and sustainability. Click here
We continue to work with our partners at the Village of River Forest to care for all necessary steps for approval of our EmPOWERed Campaign construction project. Additionally, we are in preparation mode as we move forward with the next steps. Click here.
It's happening! We are thrilled to report that work has begun on the Trinity Theater Renovation Plan! The chairs have been removed from the auditorium! Would you believe it only took three days? Stay tuned for more to come. Click here
Great News! Since February we have been working with the Village of River Forest to seek approval for our EmPOWERed Campaign Construction project. As of last night's Village of River Forest Board of Trustee meeting, Trinity has been approved to move ahead and break ground! Click here.
In 1918 Rosary House began operation and the Trinity High School tradition was born. Five bold, visionary Sinsinawa Dominicans left our Mother House in southwest Wisconsin one year earlier and headed to River Forest to open a school to educate women. It was with great faith that these dedicated women came to the area and it is Trinity’s honor to celebrate the centennial of their legacy.
The Trinity EmPOWERed Campaign: Excellence & Sustainability for the Next 100 Years Campaign celebrates the accomplishments throughout our history while preparing Trinity for its next century of educating young women. From our earliest days of investing in women’s education at a time when women in this country were not even given the right to vote, to present days of building self-confident leaders with strong faith and a thirst for knowledge and truth, Trinity has always been at the forefront of the empowerment of women. This Campaign builds upon Trinity’s history of excellence and will ensure the best learning opportunities for our young women.
Trinity EMPOWERED will do two things:
Initiate an endowment fund that provides student scholarships and financial assistance for the future and ensures resources to retain and attract the best faculty possible.
Invest in Trinity’s infrastructure and renovate the facilities to be more efficient, sustainable, and supportive of its academic excellence.
Groundbreaking: August 3, 2021
The Theater Renovation Plan ~ Auditorium Renovation
It's happening! We are thrilled to report that work has begun on the Trinity Theater Renovation Plan! The chairs have been removed from the auditorium! Would you believe it only took three days? Stay tuned for more to come.
Thank you for your interest in purchasing a seat for Trinity's Auditorium. The deadline has passed for the first installment of seat inscriptions, but please do not let that deter you from naming a seat! We still have approximately 200 seats available for naming. The next naming installment will take place in early 2022~and they will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Reserve your seat today!
Shena McNamara Keith
VP of Institutional Advancement
(Class of '23 Parent)
If you are interested in naming opportunities or have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com or 708.453.9374.
Diane Kennedy, O.P. ‘51 Margaret Kearin Carey‘53 Clare “Sistie” and Eugene McEnery, M.D. JoAnn (Arena ‘77) and Dan Murphy Carol (Giles ‘50) and William Parrillo ✝
Christine Lee Bollettino ‘68 Mary Pat Devereux ‘76 Michelle Germanson, O.P. ✝ Kevin Hanley Tim Hanley Mark Hosty Kristy Kokenes-Mau ‘74 Triss Brady Meyer ‘67 Jodi (Nowicki ‘81) and Ed Pacer Wendy (Milewski ‘83) and Bob Planek Bill Planek Anastasie Senat ‘93 Joe Shaker