Trinity High School

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Basic Information

Address: 4011 Shelbyville Road Louisville, KY 40207
County: Jefferson
School District: Archdiocese of Louisville
Phone Number: 1-502-895-9427
Fax Number: 1-502-899-2052

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Additional Information

President: Dr. Rob Mullen
School Type: Catholic
Founded: 1953
Ages/Grades: 9-12
Diocese: Louisville
School Setting:

Private

School Size: 1204
Classroom Size: 20
Student/Teacher Ratio: 11/1
Tuition:

$14,990

Financial Aid:

Available to all qualified applicants through FACTS. Each year Trinity distributes over $3.5 million to qualifying families

Departments:

Art, Business, English, Enrichment, Health, Humanities, Information Technology, Language, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Theology, with numerous electives and study abroad opportunities offered.

Curriculum:

Trinity is a college-preparatory high school. We are devoted to providing a challenging educational environment. Our goal is to empower students with moral and intellectual skills to develop into strong, confident and successful adults. The art of inquiry is crystallized in our modern classrooms, giving way to insight, exploration and discovery. Course offerings are offered in four unique core levels of difficulty: Advanced, Honors, Academic and Traditional. The four Academic Centers of Excellence assure your son has a college preparatory experience suited to his abilities that will prepare him for success.

Percentage of Graduating Class: Annually, over 95% of Trinity graduates go on to higher education. We have two full-time College and Career Counselors who help students and families find the right fit after Trinity. The last six years graduates have earned over $200 million in college scholarships are regularly accepted into 150 colleges and universities each year.
Support Services:

Twelve full-time counselors including one for each grade level and two college guidance counselors, two Academic Deans, a Learning Support Coordinator, three Campus Ministry staff, a full-time priest on staff, more than 110 teachers.

Camp Programs: Yes
After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

High Speed Internet access in all classrooms, HD projectors and surround sound in all classrooms, television studio, nine computer labs, renovated Library Media Center with 3D printers and multi-media center, brand new Technology Center with computers and 90 inch touch screens, a wireless campus with a collegiate “bring your own device” educational model, online access to each teacher’s “Rockspace” accounts, students have access to Microsoft and Adobe products, state-of-the art STEM lab. School Championships: Stay the same

School Championships:

Trinity offers more than 20 KHSAA and Club sports competing for state championships each year. Recent championships have included: basketball, golf, cross country, football, wrestling, powerlifting, ice hockey, volleyball, swimming, crew, lacrosse, tennis, bowling and track & field.

School Clubs:

More than 100 clubs and activities exist for students to enjoy, and ALL students participate in Trinity's unique House System.

Notable Graduates:

Steve Crump, Greg Fischer, Brian Brohm, Darryl Isaacs, Steve Raible, Dr. Shawn Lockhart, Dick Gabriel, Jack Guthrie, Dennis Pursley, Dr. Kevin Walsh, Jeff Brohm

Parking Spaces/Availability:

Parking is plentiful for students on campus

Uniform Guidelines:

Dress shirt, tie, slacks and shoes.

Admissions Requirements:

Successful completion of 8th grade with positive recommendations from teachers.

Mission Statement:

Trinity is a Catholic, college-preparatory high school, forming men of faith and men of character.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

The Student is the focal point of Trinity High School. Three core values guide our commitment to this belief:
Scholarship
We believe that through education each student can become an effective thinking, experiencing and sensitive person. Trinity will provide educational opportunities to prepare the student for lifelong learning and continued intellectual, spiritual and physical growth.
Discipline
We believe that through firm, consistent and caring guidance each student can develop the mental maturity and moral character to adopt patterns
of behavior that are consistent with Christian values and traditions. Trinity will provide a nurturing and supportive environment with appropriate limits conducive to the development and maintenance of self-discipline and responsible behavior.
Responsibility
We believe that by promoting the concept of responsibility each student can develop the confidence to think critically, make deliberate decisions and be held accountable for those decisions. Trinity will provide opportunities for each student to utilize those talents and abilities necessary for the improvement of self and the world in which we live.

School History:

Trinity was founded in 1953 as a Catholic college-preparatory high school which would serve the broadest possible range of students with regard to race, religious background, socio-economic level, geographic location and, most importantly, academic potential.

Notes/School Information:

Since its inception in 1953 Trinity has welcomed the widest range of students possible and surrounded them with great teachers and four flexible academic programs tailored to their abilities.
 
This inclusive environment, coupled with an engaging block schedule and welcoming House System, has helped our students earn record academic results and quickly find where they belong
 
As a Catholic High School, Trinity also takes great pride in being a college-preparatory high school forming men of faith and men of character. 
 
The Archdiocese of Louisville sponsors the school, which is governed by a board of directors representing a broad cross-section of the community. The United States Department of Education has recognized Trinity as a School of Excellence. Trinity is accredited by AdvancED, the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and is a member of the National Catholic Educational Association.
 
Trinity High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally available to students. Trinity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability (if with reasonable accommodation the student can meet the requirements of Trinity’s course of study) in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship or loan programs, athletic or other school-administered programs.