Trinity School at Greenlawn earned its fourth blue ribbon award from the US Department of Education on Tuesday, September 24. With the award, Trinity joins a group of eight high schools (three private schools and five public schools) in the entire United States who are four-time winners, according to an analysis of records on the Department of Education web site.
From the students of Trinity School at Greenlawn comes a music video that only Trinity students could have made. “What’s in Store” follows a tune from the popular musical Les Miserables. Enjoy it! Sing along… and pass it on!
Trinity students performed all the parts, and a team of three Trinity alumni produced the video. Joe
The boys’ varsity soccer team from Trinity at Meadow View made a surprising run through their state soccer tournament. The Trinity team knocked off two high-ranking teams before losing 1-0 in the semifinal game to North Cross High School, one of the top teams in the country.
With hymns, speeches, tears and cheers, 104 high school seniors picked up their diplomas and wrapped up their time at Trinity School on Saturday, June 9. Their graduations took place within a few hours of each other on the three campuses of Trinity School: in Falls Church, Virginia, Eagan, Minnesota, and South Bend, Indiana.
The girls’ varsity basketball team from Trinity School at Greenlawn edged out Lighthouse Christian Academy to win the state tournament of the Indiana Association of Christian Schools (IACS) on March 3.
Thirty-one Trinity School at Greenlawn sophomores spent Project Week working in the chemistry labs at Saint Mary’s College. They were living out an idea hatched by former Greenlawn chemistry teacher Katy McShane (South Bend) a year ago.