Trinity High School Counseling Center 

Mission Statement

Our mission at Trinity High School is to embrace the blending of cultures, traditions, and pride while providing all students with a firm foundation for life-long learning. We, with the support of the community, strive to educate, respect, and recognize all students on the journey to reach their academic and individual potentials.


If you have questions, you are always welcome to visit our offices, call, or send an email (by clicking on our names below). If you have a general question, you can also ask it on our Message Board.

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Did you know…


If students are absent for the SAT, they can transfer their registration to the next test administration? Also remember to send the results to as many colleges as allowed to avoid additional charges. 

Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch program also qualify for a fee waiver for the SAT and/or ACT as well as college application fee waivers.  More information in the Counseling office.

Attention: Sophomores

Welcome to Trinity High School. The counselors will be visiting your classes about your junior and senior course choices in order to prepare for the sophomore Trojan Individual Planning for Sophomores (TIPS) meetings.  Parents are invited to call and make an appointment with their student's counselor for an individual planning meeting.  Don't delay!!!!


Please go to MatchMaker in the Career Cruising Website ( and take the interest inventory in match your talents with a future career. All Matchmaker results will be a topic during the TIPS meeting.


Attention: Juniors


Now is the time to start planning for college by taking the ACT or the SAT in the spring.  You will have the opportunity to take the PSAT on October 14th for FREE THIS YEAR ONLY!  There are still some available openings for the new College Readiness class offered during the Winter Trimester.  This new class will help better prepare our juniors for the spring ACT/SAT tests.

Athletes who are considering obtaining scholarships during the senior year are encouraged to go the NCAA Clearinghouse on-line in order to register for eligibility.


Attention: Seniors

If you haven't taken the SAT or the ACT, get started by registering on-line at

The counselors will be available this fall in the Senior English 4 classes to review options beyond high school.