“For God is not unjust; he will not overlook your work and the love that you showed for his sake in serving the saints, as you still do.”
Our THS extracurricular activities allow for involvement at Trinity High School. We offer several clubs and organizations that allow student involvement to reach optimal levels. Trinity High School extracurricular activities include the National Honor Society (NHS), Student Council, Y Club, Spirit Club and Catholics in Action.
At Trinity High School, there are ample opportunities for students to participate in and volunteer their service. Students live by example through their participation and involvement. Students are able to give back to the community and to those in need. Students provide service through their school clubs and organizations.
Christians In Action (CIA)
Sponsor: Alex French
Catholics in Action is a social action group where students plan service projects to help put their faith into action in the world. Two particular projects we work on is Toys for Tots and all the activities for Catholic Schools Week.
National Honor Society
Sponsor: Christina Rhodes
The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide elite organization. Selection is based on academic achievement, leadership, service and character.
Sponsor: Anna McDaniel
The Spirit Club’s goal is to increase school spirit, create a hospitable atmosphere for all, and to help boost morale of the school. Successful applicants must be committed to a leadership role for the school year. These students must be responsible, dedicated, and hard-working individuals that are looking for an opportunity to use their leadership skills and contribute to the quality of everyone’s experience at Trinity High School.
Sponsor: Madison Brasher-Evans
Student Council allows students to voice their opinions. We promote school spirit, student responsibility and offer a means of cooperation between students and faculty. Trinity’s Student Council provides leadership opportunities for all students. We are a nationally recognized organization.
Sponsor: Christina Hawkins
Trinity’s Y Club has been in existence for the past twenty seven years and has been involved in a variety of projects. The purpose of the group is to instill self-esteem in kids while teaching them the importance of being involved members of their school, church, and community. We have raised money to replace the THS sign as well as for the Kentucky Leukemia Foundation. We painted the playground equipment, beautified the front of school by mulching and planting, collected coats for the Coat-a-kid program, collected canned goods for St. Vincent de Paul, collected needed items for the God’s Outreach program, babysat during the parent-teacher conferences, as well as other projects that the kids wanted to participate in. The club has been OUTSTANDING. The kids seem to enjoy their involvement and everybody wins. The club is open to any student and meets after school once or twice a month.