At Trinity's Fine Arts Corporate Time, the results of the Art Contest were announced. The contest was open to all Upper School students and was to be a creative representation of this year's school verse (Proverbs 9:10) and pillar (wisdom).
Our first Trinity Equestrian team is placing well and bringing home ribbons. Last weekend, we had four of our five riders compete in the second of four shows we'll ride in this school year. The young ladies performed well at the show, and Trinity came in 40th out of 89 schools. In the horse world, this is a very good showing. Our newest rider is 7th grader Makena Nolan, who has only been riding since October 2019. She came in 10th of 44 in Equitation on the Flat, which is amazing! Congratulations Makena!
What a weekend for Trinity's Varsity Cheerleaders! This past Saturday, the ladies, along with their families, drove down to Yorba Linda to compete in the USA Regional Cheerleading competition.
The annual Christmas program this year was more than we anticipated. It was different than even the show's director anticipated. Mrs. Jennifer Brown begins her search each year for the Christmas program in July! She chooses the show, and then makes adjustments to it to fit our students.
It was a battle to the end but Trinity fell to SCCS by just one goal, with a final score of 3-2. Trinity is now 1-2 in league play and 2-5 overall. They have three more games this week!
During Thanksgiving break, several Trinity Rhetoric School students participated in a service project with the Meals that Heal organization. Arianna Laolagi, Leo Mudugno, Corinne Sandifer, Michaela Lanni, Edgar Romero, and Joey Haro spent their Saturday morning with the homeless in Los Angeles.
Trinity's Varsity Volleyball's run to the Championship was an exciting "first" in school history. Today our local newspaper, The Signal, reported our league honors. Senior Nicole Amoroso is the Heritage League's MVP.
Last week, our city, Santa Clarita, made national news as the latest to suffer the tragedy of a school shooting. It occurred at Saugus High School, which is only a few miles away from our campus.
FiSH has been the word of the week, standing for First in School History. Varsity Volleyball made it past the quarter-finals for the first time, and football made it to the playoffs for the first time as an 11-man team.
Trinity's Varsity Cross Country team ran in Heritage League finals at Pepper Tree Park in Thousand Oaks. The girls finished first in league and the boys finished fourth. They will all run in CIF Prelims next Saturday.