PRAY FOR PEACE !
Trinity Catholic High School
Trinity Catholic High School is a fully accredited, co-educational, college preparatory high school located in St Louis, Missouri.
Please continue to pray for peace in our community.
Sincerely Yours in Christ,
Most Rev. Robert J. Carlson - Archbishop of St. Louis
Monday, May 25, 2015
Memorial day - NO CLASSESS
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Final exams periods: 1,2,3
Wednesday, May 27 2015
Final exams periods: 4,5,6
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Final exams periods: 7,8
Friday, May 29, 2015
Retirement party for Marilyn Telowitz and Vince Drake
Saturday, May 30, 2015
Alumni Golf Challege at Belk Park Golf Course - Wood River, Illinois
Congratulations to 2011 Trinity Catholic graduate Stephen Moore who recieved a pair of degrees from Webster University on May 9th. Moore graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
ATTENTION 2014 GRADUATES: If you ordered a yearbook you can pick it up in the Main Office at school. If you would still like to purchase one we do have a limited number available.
Student insurance is now available for the 2015-2016 school year! Our school families with children in Pre-kindergarten through grade 12 may enroll with the K&K Insurance Group, Inc. Please follow the link to enroll in student insurance HERE
Fite signs to play golf at Central College in Iowa
Trinity Catholic High School senior Kyle Fite recently signed a letter of intent to attend school and play golf at Central College. Central College is an NCAA Division III school in Pella, Iowa with a rich golf tradition. The Dutch have been to the NCAA Division III National Tournament 32 times and have won 31 Iowa Conference titles.
Fite, who lives in Florissant and who attended Sacred Heart Catholic School, is a four-year varsity starter at Trinity Catholic and he qualified for the state tournament as a sophomore. He is currently enjoying the best season of his high school career and is eyeing another state tournament berth in May. Fite is the son of Doug and Jennifer Fite.
Trinity Catholic earns third place at WYSE competition
The Trinity Catholic High School Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering took home third place in the small school division April 14 at Missouri University of Science & Technology in Rolla. This is the eighth time school history the Titans have finished in the top three schools. The Maplewood-Richmond Heights team won the state championship this year while Hallsville High School finished second. West County High School placed fourth. Winning individual awards for Trinity Catholic were seniors John Hilmes from St. Ferdinand (1st in English), Alan Scheibel from St. Angela Merici (4th in Physics), Riley Hogan from St. Ann (5th in Computer Science) and Dan Jedding from St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (4th in Chemistry); juniors Vanilla Wang, a foreign exchange student, (2nd in Physics) and Nicole Jedding from St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (4th in English and Math) and freshmen Greg Hilmes from St. Ferdinand and Kyra Walsh from St. Angela Merici (both 6th in Computer Science). The team was coached by Physics and Chemistry teacher Frank Cange.
Titans Win TV Award!
On Sunday April 12th, Trinity’s entry was selected as the Grand Prize winner in the Archdiocesan Catholic Appeal video contest. The school was awarded $5000 for their first place finish. To view the winning video click HERE
Alumni Golf Challenge Saturday, May 30th, 2015 at Belk Park Golf Course - Wood River, Illinois
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Trinity Catholic students compete in Chemistry contest
A pair of teams from Trinity Catholic High School competed in the Battle of Burets Chemistry contest February 26 at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. Senior Alan Scheibel (St. Angela Merici) and junior Xavien Walker (Hazelwood West Middle) finished 10th out of 17 teams from and juniors Nicole Jedding (St. Rose Philippine Duchesne) and Yen Quach (St. Norbert)would up sixth out of 17 teams. Each team had to perform a chemistry experiment within a designated time limit.
Trinity Catholic duo shines in Engineering competition
Trinity Catholic seniors Chris Payeur (Sacred Heart) and Jacob Klump (Christ Light of the Nations) placed second out of 25 teams at the Truss Bridge Civil Engineering competition held February 28 at St. Louis University. The pair’s model bridge supported more weight before failure than any other team in the competition, however Payeur and Klump missed first place narrowly because of the final efficiency calculations. Also competing for Trinity Catholic were juniors Sam Araujo (St. Norbert) and Michael Schaller (Christ Light of the Nations); juniorsNick Noonan (Sacred Heart) and Ben Sanfilippo (St. Angela Merici); junior Matt Quick (Christ Light of the Nations) and senior Nick Wuelling (St. Rose Philippine Duchesne); seniors John Hilmes (St. Ferdinand) and Matt O’Donnell (St. Rose Philippine Duchesne); juniors Devin Collins (St. Norbert) and Nick Wallace (St. Rose Philippine Duchesne) and juniors Jackson Compas (Christ Light of the Nations) and Grant Fisher (Christ Light of the Nations.
Trinity Catholic WYSE teams moves to state finals
In the Sectional round of the Worldwide Youth in Science & Engineering (WYSE) state tournament March 6 the Trinity Catholic team finished second in the Small School Division. The runner-up finish pushed the Titans into championship round April 15 at Missouri University of Science & Technology in Rolla. Trinity Catholic finished behind Notre Dame and in front of Linn, Mo in the team rankings. Individual standouts for the Titans were seniors John Hilmes from St. Ferdinand(third in English and second in Physics), Alan Scheibel from St. Angela Merici(first in Physics and first in Chemistry), Dan Jedding from St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (third in Chemistry), Nick Wuelling from St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (third in physics), and Matt O’Donnell from St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (first in Graphics); junior Nicole Jedding from St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (second in Math) and freshmen Kyra Walsh from St. Angela Merici(second in Computer) and Greg Hilmes from St. Ferdinand(first in Computer Science).
Trinity Catholic High School is excited to announce it’s participation in the Give STL Day Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
Trinity Catholic, along with hundreds of non-profit agencies from around the St. Louis area, is partnering with the Greater St. Louis Community Foundation and taking part in the 24-hour, on-line giving day. Each of the non-profits that participate will be asking its constituents to make an on-line gift (a minimum of $10) that day. All of the gifts are made on-line at GiveSTLDay.org and all of the money raised by Trinity Catholic faculty and staff, alums, parents, friends and other benefactors will be given back to the school. So MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW for Tuesday, May 5 and plan to be a part of a great day of giving that will benefit Trinity Catholic High School. We will keep you posted on the exciting plans as May 5 gets closer. BE A PART OF GIVING STL DAY AND HELP TRINITY CATHOLIC AT THE SAME TIME.
Congratulations to the latest Ren Top 10 honorees!!!
The Trinity Catholic High School faculty and staff have recognized 10 more students based on their dedication, attitude and service to the school community. Each quarter the Renaissance organization asks each academic department area to select one student who exemplifies character traits including respect, graciousness, joyfulness, trust, dedication and compassion. The students selected this quarter are seniors Richard Hanks (Ferguson Middle School), Shannon Kettmann (St. Norbet), Sasha Harris (Christ Light of the Nations), Matt O’Donnell (St. Rose) and Spencer Haynes (North County Christian), junior Angela Colonna (St. Rose), sophomoreHaley Rowberry (Sacred Heart) and freshmen Isaiah Dockett (Salem Lutheran), Greg Hilmes(St. Ferdinand) and Tim Shackelford, Jr. (Christ Light of the Nations).
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2015 - annual TRINITY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL DINNER AUCTION!
Alums, parents, faculty, staff, and other friends of Trinity Catholic enjoy an evening out and raise much-needed funds. There is something for everyone including dinner, drinks, silent auction items and a live auction portion of the evening. Please monitor this website for more details as the date approaches or e-mail Dan Grumich at email@example.com of you would like to be put on the invitation mailing list.
MODEL OF JUSTICE AWARD
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award is an annual award presented to high school students who have demonstrated, through their attitude and work, a commitment to service humanity in the broader community. These students have made social justice a central part of their life and have committed themselves “to the noble struggle for equal rights.” This year two Trinity students have received this award. Sophomore Shayla Wilson was nominated through her parish, Holy Name of Jesus and senior Shannon Kettmann was nominated through Trinity Catholic High School. Both Shayla and Shannon will be honored as a part of the 39th Annual Archdiocesan Mass and Commemoration at the Cathedral Basilica on January 18.
1st PLACE SPEECH WINNER!
Congratulations to senior Kenyatta Turner on winning 1st prize in the North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice Oratorical Contest: “Mobilizing Community Action - All Hands In.” Kenyatta will present her speech on Sunday, January 18 at the St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley.
Kenyatta, you make us proud!
Parent Organization and Booster Club - COME JOIN THE FUN !!
cafeteria monthly menu (HERE)
Monday through Thursday 7:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Friday 7:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Trinity Catholic High School
1720 Redman Rd. St. Louis, Mo 63138 314-741-1333 314-741-1333, ext: 223 (Admissions)
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