Abby Divita ~ My Senior Story

I remember my first day at Trinity. I was the typical nervous freshman who did not want to be outgoing and I stuck with the handful of friends I had made from volleyball camp in the summer. Now sitting writing about my Senior Story, I am astonished about the personal growth I have endured throughout these four years thanks to Trinity High School. When I look back, I see myself surrounded by women that I am honored to call my best friends. I see all my highs and all my lows. When I first started high school many family members told me that these four years are when I make my closest friends, but it goes by in the blink of an eye. That is completely true. I cannot believe that these four years are almost over. Trinity will always hold a special place in my heart because of who it made me become. I have grown more confident and comfortable in my own skin and I know I will be able to go into college not afraid to be who I am and be able to succeed. I think my favorite memory of Trinity would be my experiences leading freshman orientation as a Mazzuchelli Mentor. Those three days in late August brought so much excitement not only for the incoming freshmen but for all the Trinity women volunteering. I also loved this experience because it really shows the heart of Trinity High School. Women lifting and empowering women to be the best version of themselves. The sisterhood of the class of 2021 is incredibly strong and will always hold a place in my heart. And while I might not have a definition of who I am, I have a good idea because of everything Trinity has taught me.  Leaving Trinity is a bittersweet moment, and I am so thankful for the woman I am today because of everything Trinity has given me. Clemson University~ Health Sciences,  St. Mary of the Woods, Chicago