The moment I walked into Trinity I felt this overwhelming sense of joy and love. At first, I was skeptical of attending because I didn’t want to go just because my sister graduated from there. I wanted to make sure it could be my home as well. My first day at Trinity came along and my first thought was how was I supposed to leave my favorite place and all of my best friends after four short years. Well to tell you the truth, I still have no idea how I am supposed to leave my second home. I am going to miss spirit week, dancing at homecoming, and singing the alma mater. When seniors tell you that high school flies by, they mean it. I feel like I blinked and now here I am a senior, preparing to go off to college. Sadly, the class of 2020 was unable to get the typical last month of high school fun due to coronavirus. I have had my nights where I cry and text my best friends wishing we could just get one more day together. This obstacle has taught me to not take any more moments for granted and to appreciate the life we are given. It has also shown me that Trinity has prepared me to overcome any challenges that come my way. In the fall, I will be attending the University of Dayton and will continue to use all the tools Trinity High School has given me. Thank you for everything Trinity. Forever a Blazer.
Isabella Parravicini, University of Dayton
Saint Eugene School