Trinity High School

2023-24 Family Newsletter


In-person Parent Teacher Conferences: Thursday, September 28 from 1:00 to 8:00 pm 

The scheduling window closes tomorrow at 8:00 am.

This year's first-semester in-person Parent Teacher Conferences will take place on Thursday, September 28 from 1:00 to 8:00 pm. Appointments can be scheduled through the Pick-a-Time platform: Click here. Please note that the scheduling window will close tomorrow - Monday, September 25 - at 8:00 am. No walk-ins will be allowed, so please schedule your appointment now. 

Here are a few reminders about the conferences: 

  • The conferences will take place in the SMG Athletic Facility. All teachers will meet with parents / guardians inside the gym. 
  • Please bring your scheduled appointment times (from Pick-a-time) with you.  
  • Please arrive on time to each of your conferences. 
  • The objective of the conferences is to provide parents / guardians with a brief update of how their Blazer is doing. As such, each conference will be short under 10 minutes in length. Please be mindful of the reduced timeframe. 
  • If your conferences runs long, or there is a larger issue that you would like to share with your Blazer's teachers, please set up a second meeting (in person or via Google Meets) to complete the conversation. 

Yearbook Photos

Yearbook photos will be taken by class level this Wednesday from 8:00-11:00 AM in the auditorium foyer. Photo packages may be purchased from Ebert Studio in Oak Park. Order forms are available in homerooms. Any students wishing to purchase photo packages should bring their order form and payment with them on Wednesday. If you have any questions, please contact yearbook moderator, Ms. Crnkovich at Thank you for your support!

IB Information Session

Learn more about Trinity's Pre-IB and IB years at the annual Freshman Pre-IB meeting! Trinity's IB Coordinator, Rose Crnkovich, will be hosting this information session for all Pre-IB freshmen and their parents/guardians on Monday, October 9, from 6:30-7:30 pm in the Trinity library. Please join us as we explore this renowned academic program and the many rewards it offers to students. If you have questions or will be unable to attend, please contact Ms. Crnkovich at: or call: 708-453-8392. We look forward to seeing you!


Order by Monday at 9 am

Blazers Against Cancer Club is sponsoring their annual Pink Out game on Wednesday, October 4, 2023, when the Trinity volleyball teams take on Providence Catholic. The Varsity game takes place at 6pm in the SMGAF. Students who purchase the shirt will be permitted to wear them for a partial out-of-uniform day on October 4. Click here to order your shirt.

College Planning

Thank you to everyone who attended the College Fair on Sept. 18th!

I saw so many Trinity students and families at the event. I hope you all found it informative and had some great conversations with college representatives!

SENIOR FAMILIES: Thank you to everyone who could join for the College Application and Financial Aid Night on Sept. 20th!

We are always looking for ways to improve and would love to hear from you! Please complete the Evaluation Form for the program. It should take you less than 5 minutes. 

Upcoming College Rep Visits at Trinity

There will be more visits through October, but here are some of the colleges and universities scheduled to visit for the rest of September:

  • Monday, September 25: University of Louisville (KY), Augustana (IL), Michigan Technical University (MI), University of Dayton (OH), St. Ambrose University (IA) 
  • Wednesday, September 27: Hillsdale College (MI), St. Olaf (MN), Catholic University of America (D.C.), Providence (RI)

Upcoming College Fairs in the Chicagoland Area

Additionally, students from all grades may be interested in these upcoming college fairs:

PSAT Testing

Click here to read the information on PSAT testing that was sent to parents of sophomores and juniors last week.

Thank you to all the parents who helped make Friday's Walkathon another great day to be a Blazer! Students, faculty, and staff enjoyed a lovely day walking 3.1 miles along our gorgeous lakefront. It was a sea of pink ~ Blazers proudly representing Trinity!

We still have a little work to do. Blazers have raised $45,500 toward our goal of $56,000 needed to earn a day off of school. The Class of 2026 remains in 1st place-great job! Please make sure your Blazer creates their online fundraising account and shares it on social media. All monies are due Monday, October 9th.

Contact Kelly Richard, Director of Special Events, with any questions. Thank you for your continued support of this important fundraiser!

ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)

Blazers Need Your Voice!

Invest in Kids, an important scholarship granting program that allows students from disadvantaged homes to attend quality private schools, is slated to sunset on December 31 unless state legislators approve an extension. 

Trinity High School presently has 62 students on the waiting list who qualify for these scholarship dollars to attend Trinity. Unfortunately, this means that girls who want to be Blazers cannot afford to be Blazers. Our community is missing some amazing young women!

Please contact your state representative via THIS FORM and ask them to keep this very important program that allows parents to determine the best education for their daughters, regardless of the cost.


The work of empowering and educating women to be leaders of knowledge, strength and faith is predicated upon regular and consistent student attendance and we are grateful for your partnership with regards to this priority.  Please read the following carefully as there are important updates to the Attendance Policies for the 2023-2024 School Year. Click here to read the letter.

Accommodation Requests

Please click this link for procedures regarding temporary mobility or attendance accommodations for medical reasons.


Click here to join Trinity's Mothers Club and Fathers Club.
Click here for Trinity's Website Calendar.

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