Joseline Alvarez ~ Senior Story


Joseline Alvarez

Four years ago in 2015,  attending Trinity High School was a chore for me. Four years later in 2019, attending Trinity High School has been nothing but an absolute privilege. Entering Trinity I didn’t know anyone, but in the time being here I’ve created a sisterhood with some of my closest peers and established relationships with all my teachers. Trinity challenged me, encouraged me, changed my perspective on the world, and helped me embrace the concept of being an empowered young woman. It was through Trinity’s community and support that I was able to achieve both athletic and academic success. Both my parents and grandparents are immigrants of this country who endured suffering and sacrifice so that their families would have better opportunities. All I can say is thank you, Trinity, for giving me the opportunity to make their sacrifice and pain worth it. Thank you for helping me make them proud.

Distinguished Alumnae 2019


For twenty years, Trinity has recognized distinguished alumnae in the areas of service and leadership. We chose the month of March to celebrate these women as it is Women’s History Month. The recipients have been nominated by their classmates who want the successes of these women known to all. All three of these women could be recognized for both service and leadership.

IB CAS (Creativity, Action, Service) Congress


Yesterday, Trinity’s 26 senior International Baccalaureate (IBO.org) Diploma candidates met over lunch with members of the school faculty, staff, administration, board, alumnae, and parents to share pieces of their CAS (Creativity, Action, and Service) portfolio. For the past two years, the IB Diploma students have participated in over 11,500 hours of creativity, activity, and service experiences. The CAS Congress event is an opportunity for students to present their CAS portfolios to Trinity stakeholders and celebrate their achievements as an IB Diploma.