Hall of Fame


Hall of Fame

Tony Altieri

Alumni Business Circle Meeting September 17

Alumni Business Circle to meet Sept. 17

Please join us on Thursday, Sept. 17, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., as we enjoy a lunch meeting at The Corner Café (9307 New La Grange Road). The restaurant is owned and operated by Trinity alumni Rob ʼ76, Randy ʼ78 and Scott ʼ82 Frederick.

Chuck Weining ’73, president of Sonetcove Technologies, will speak about mobile devices and your website.

Please make your reservation by noon Tuesday, Sept. 15.



Welcome to Trinity High School

As soon as you set foot on our modern campus, you’ll realize that Trinity is not your typical high school. But when you meet our faculty and students, you'll discover it goes deeper than our cutting-edge facilities, fully networked classrooms or state-of-the-art athletic stadium. Trinity is a comfortable feeling. It’s a lifetime of brotherhood. It’s the cultivation of talent. It’s inspiration to be a compassionate person. It’s fun and enthusiasm for learning. It’s words of encouragement. It’s the gateway to adulthood. It’s a second home.

Our Mission is to provide students with a superior high school education in a supportive atmosphere based upon Christian values in the Catholic tradition.

We welcome you to explore our site to get a glimpse of what sets Trinity apart!

Senior Gage Richardson: Churchill Scholar

Congratulations to senior Gage Richardson who was recognized on Thursday as one of Kentucky’s 28 Churchill Scholars. Churchill Scholars are high achieving students who demonstrate extraordinary potential while overcoming personal, familial and/or socioeconomic challenges. They compete statewide to be chosen as Governor’s Scholars then a select group are selected to be Churchill Scholars. Gage attended the Winner’s Circle Ceremony, Thursday at Churchill Downs’ Trophy Room.