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Department of Athletics Handbook

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Under each heading, select a title and click on it to read more below. The first one (Athletics Program Profile) is visible by default.

Aesthetic Vision and Style Guide

In order to maintain uniformity among all of Trinity’s athletic teams while adhering to the spirit of Trinity Classical Academy’s school aesthetic vision, the Trinity Athletics aesthetic vision and style guide serves to direct all of our athletic programs to represent our school in such a way that we promote professionalism and uniformity in our athletic attire.

Uniform Guidelines

  • All high school uniforms and uniform pieces must be ordered through approved vendors: Sport Chalet or Buddies All-Stars.

  • All high school uniforms and uniform pieces must be Under Armour (UA) unless a viable option for a given sport is unavailable.

  • All high school uniforms, embellishments, and uniform pieces must adhere to the guidelines set forth by NFHS and the CIF-SS.

  • All uniforms must follow the color and branding guidelines set forth by Trinity Classical Academy and the Department of Athletics.

  • The school and its athletics teams will always be referred to in its entirety as Trinity. TCA is not an acceptable reference to be used on any paraphernalia. 

  • Teams and their paraphernalia must adhere to the color priorities established in the Trinity Department of Athletics as follows:

    • Navy (UA: Midnight Navy) and White (Primary)

    • Crimson (UA: Cardinal) (Secondary)

    • Gold (UA: Vegas Gold) and Grey (UA: Graphite) (Tertiary)

  • Color Guidelines Summation: Navy and White should be the primary, visible colors used on uniforms with Crimson accents as appropriate. Gold and Gray should be used sparingly and should not be used as majority colors.

Updated August 2020