We had a great fan showing for the Trinity Titans girls basketball team on Senior Night, January 24. Students gave moving tributes to senior teammates and played a fierce game against the Elkhart Eagles. Don’t miss Senior Night for the boys basketball team on Friday, February 17, at the Trinity School Athletic Center. Let’s go […]
Yesterday we welcomed guest speaker Dr. Ian Ona Johnson to campus as part of our Lecture & Performance Series. Dr. Johnson spoke to our students and faculty about the the war between Russia and Ukraine, providing an overview and historical context. Following the talk, our students asked many great questions and some stayed afterwards to […]
The Greenlawn Mansion was transformed into Toad Hall yesterday for a literary feast based on The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame. Having read the book as part of the curriculum, seventh graders were inspired to sit down to a meal worthy of Toad and his feast-loving friends. The program included live music and […]
Juniors gave a delightful and hilarious performance of Carlo Goldoni’s, The Servant of Two Masters, a timeless comedy of mistaken identities, love triangles, and slapstick. The full-length recording of the performance can be viewed on our YouTube channel here.
If you don’t believe that cookies can be works of art, these will convince you otherwise! Seventh and eighth grade girls in Mrs. Greene’s art class made these festive creations using watercolor painting techniques on sugar cookies with royal icing.
The Wiffleball Classic lunchtime tournament reached its exciting conclusion this week. Congratulations, 10th grade girls, this year’s champions!
Students in choir gave a beautiful in-school performance today and are looking forward to performing again tomorrow for family and friends. Join us for an evening choir concert in the Greenlawn Auditorium on Wednesday, December 14, at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome! [Update: The full public performance is now available to view here.]
On St. Nicholas Day, girls came out of Morning Prayer and found their shoes overflowing with candy. Well done, eleventh grade girls! You brought a lot of joy and sweetness to our hallways.
Sixth grade boys brought objects from home to share with each other in Mr. Santa’s homeroom last week. All of these items inspired stories and provoked questions and curiosity, including a great aunt’s WWII-era handwritten letter, an heirloom Notre Dame football helmet, an old basketball scorebook, an old aerial photo of a family farm, and […]
Interested students in grades 9-12 are having a great time taking ballroom dance lessons with an instructor at a local studio. This is the second in a series of six lessons they will attend from now to December.