Trinity offers a host of diverse clubs, organizations and extracurricular activities designed to meet the interests of students. With over 30 student-led clubs, there is something for everyone. From traditional clubs like the Key Club and Sword & Shield, which have been active since the school’s inception, to the nascent Fishing Club, there are dozens of ways for students to get involved in on-campus organizations. And if a student has a particular passion, they can investigate beginning a new club to share their gifts with the greater community. Participation in a club or student organization is another way for students at Trinity to Discover their Paths.
Our world language clubs (Spanish, Latin, and French) offer a variety of cultural experiences to help students delve deeper into other cultures. Activities include an annual international film festival that has transported viewers around the world for over 20 years, a tricycle race that defies the laws of physics, and food celebrations to please every palate.
Our Operation Smile Club has funded over 100 cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries over the past decade through a variety of activities including pumpkin carvings, color runs, and Easter egg hunts. The club connects Trinity students to a global network providing care to children in developing nations.
There are multiple clubs geared toward exploring politics, those with a focus on faith, and myriad leadership opportunities that celebrate a variety of leadership styles. All Trinity clubs meet during our Discovery period in the middle of the school day, so every student has access regardless of their schedule. Clubs are an important part of the fabric of the school and a way for students to connect with others both locally and globally.