Trinity High School
Home Of Trinity International School
Providing Equal Academic Opportunities for Everyone
A Glimpse of the Activities That All Students Can Join
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At Trinity High School Home of Trinity International School in Las Vegas, Nevada, all students are encouraged to join our different extracurricular activities. We believe that these also help in shaping future leaders to excel in their chosen fields.
A student-run government is an important learning component at Trinity High School Home of Trinity International School. Those who are part of the council lead with Christian principles and assemble regularly to help plan and organize events and activities for the student body. They must bring an encouraging spirit to the school’s atmosphere and help all students to feel like they’re a part of the Trinity family.
Some of the events held by the student council are:
Teaching music is a unique and effective way to encourage and awaken the potential of the minds and hearts of the students. Throughout my teaching experience, I have learned that singing and performing gives students affirmation and confidence to succeed. It is a beautiful way to come together.
In addition, it offers an opportunity to provide an awareness of how music directly affects a young person’s interactions with society. I believe a teacher should always maintain an open and affirming communication with their students at all times. Together we can offer the inspirational knowledge of music to the community and each other by teaching, listening, creating, imagining, and doing.
- Mrs. Green
The Trinity History Club is open to all students attending the school. Its main goal is to bring together students with a passion for history and help them learn from each other’s ideas, experiences, and stories.
2017 and 2018 saw the re-emergence of the golf program at Trinity High School Home of Trinity International School. Three high school students participated in the school practices and events as well as in local Southern Nevada Junior Golf USGA activities.
Senior Long Diep won the team captain award and will be attending UNLV next fall. Meanwhile, underclassmen Ethan Barela and Jack Ha brought hard work and enthusiasm to the program.