May 2017 News

Abigail Gay Heading to Nationals

Congratulations to Trinity student Abigail Gay (8th grade) who has been selected to participate in the Broadcom Masters National Science Fair Competition! Abigail’s project received accolades at the district, regional, and state science fairs, and was then selected as one of the top 10% of science fair projects in the country.


May Events at Trinity

It’s May, which means a crazy schedule of year-end events! Here is what is going on this month at Trinity:

7 pm, Thursday, May 11: Upper School Spring Concert at the Lower School (Senior parent meeting immediately following)

7 pm, Tuesday, May 16: Upper School Art Show at the Lower School

7 pm, Thursday, May 18: Lower School Night for the Arts at the Lower School

7 pm, Tuesday, May 23: Early Learning Spring Program at the Lower School

6:30 pm, Thursday, May 26: Senior Farewell at the Lower School

7 pm,  Friday, May 27: Graduation at the Lower School


Congratulations! LGEC Winners

A team that included three Trinity sophomores won the Lieutenant Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC) at the regional level, and went on to compete against the top teams in the state. They took third place and were awarded $15,000 in scholarships to share. Trinity also received a $1000 check for their success!

Team members are: Preston Crouch, Zach Kirkendall, Jonathan Tanaka, and Jonathan Harrison (homeschooled).


The LGEC is a tiered business pitch competition for all Kentucky high school students in grades 9-12. It is intended to introduce students to a realistic, competitive business environment, as well as promote business ownership and lifelong learning.