Annual Appeal


What is the Annual Appeal?

The Annual Appeal supports excellence at Trinity by providing opportunities for students beyond what can be covered by tuition.   Gifts to the Annual Appeal enrich all of our programs:  academics, athletics, the arts, campus ministry, technology, and tuition assistance.  Contributions to the Annual Appeal support our top priorities and make an immediate difference in the lives of our students and faculty.

Reasons to Give to the Annual Appeal

A quality, faith-filled education is a tremendous gift.  Your donation – big or small – is essential for the continued success of our school’s mission to form young men and women who are willing to grow, are honest and respectful of others, strive to fulfill their potential as learners and as leaders, and flourish in a rigorous academic environment.

What does your Annual Appeal gift support?

Academic programs:

  • Expansion of technology in classrooms and labs
  • Attract and retain qualified teachers
  • Expand our curriculum
  • Procure instructional materials for excellence in teaching

Student Life:

  • Enhance campus ministry programs
  • Support and improve music and art programs
  • Support and improve athletic opportunities

Financial Assistance Program:  

  • Offer tuition assistance to keep Trinity accessible   

How can I participate in the Annual Appeal?

Gifts may be made by check, through your online banking service, or with a credit card on our secure website. You can also choose to give through your local United Way.

 

What are the Trinity High School Giving Levels?

Trinity High School giving levels include all gifts made during the current fiscal year of July 1 through June 30.

Levels of Giving

Legacy Circle……$25,000 or more

Trinity Platinum…..$10,000 to $24,999

Trinity Gold…..$5,000 to $9,999

Trinity Silver…..$2,500 to $4,999

Trinity Bronze…..$1,000 to $2,499

Shamrocks…..$500 to $999

Green & White…..$250 to $499

Triangles…..$100 to $249

Emeralds…..$1 to 99 

 

Without Trinity, I wouldn’t have the discipline and knowledge to live the rest of my life. Thank you!”    Trinity Alum – Class of 2011