We had a great Alumni Bash this past weekend: the alumni won three out the four games played, and we had a great turnout at our evening reception! It was fun to be together! #TSGLAlumni
The sixth graders enjoyed a beautiful day on their final field trip of the year. They explored the Michigan Maritime Museum in South Haven, Michigan, and saw a reproduction of a historic ship from the War of 1812.
In addition to being an impressive scientist, David Go is a Trinity alumnus who has helped us in our Science Research Initiative, which pairs Trinity students with ND/St. Mary's profs and grad students to conduct original scientific research. We are grateful for all he has done for us and are excited about all of the […]
Sixth graders had the opportunity to tour downtown South Bend with an expert guide, looking closely at the unique architectural legacy of our city. It was a blast!
Alumni, our Memorial Day bash is right around the corner, and we're up to some new (and tried and true) things! On May 25, please join us for soccer and/or basketball at the Center. That evening, take a class from Trinity teachers Matt Bartek or Mike Hamann at Greenlawn. Learn more about the day and […]
Join us for the class of 2019’s production of The Grapes of Wrath by by John Steinbeck! Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for children and $16 for families.
Trinity School alumni, please join us for our 2019 Trinity School Alumni Bash! The morning and middle of the day will be spent at the Athletic Center with some opportunities to dust off your soccer cleats or basketball shoes as well as enjoy a taco lunch. Later, in the evening, we will gather at the […]
Five of our students participated in the Michiana Young Playwrights Project this year. They worked with Notre Dame faculty through the process, and last weekend, they were able to see their plays performed live by Notre Dame students at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. Were any of you able to catch the performance?
Trinity School at River Ridge teacher, Mr. Kevin Peters, reflects on the question, “Why do we teach languages?” His answer might surprise you. Unity in Difference: Language-Learning and God’s Kingdom by Kevin Peters Having taught high-school Spanish for the first time last fall, I have been wondering why it is that we teach foreign languages […]