How would you build a model of a Roman aqueduct using only materials you have around the house, yard or garage? Take a look at what Ms. Radtke’s 7th grade ancient history class came up with over the weekend (the first photo is a functioning aqueduct). Here’s a first glimpse at what hands-on, distance learning […]
In order to do our part in containing the spread of COVID-19, tonight's performance of Much Ado About Nothing is canceled. Tomorrow's performance is closed to the public. Only current seniors and their immediate families may attend. We plan to live stream tomorrow evening's performance! Please use this link to watch the live stream beginning […]
9th graders, Margaret Ryan, Julia Williams, and Maggie Kocon represented Trinity last week in their first round of speech competitions for the season! Come check out them and the rest of the speech team compete in the 27th Annual Dolores Korfhage Hilke Memorial Speech Invitational this Saturday, March 7, at South St. Paul High School!
Yesterday, the student body heard a lecture given by Rob Owen, Senior Program Manager at PaR Systems, who helped design robotic cranes to aid in the ongoing cleanup of Chernobyl. It was a fascinating look into the fallout from on of the world’s most extreme nuclear disasters and into the remarkable work of those still […]
The Medieval Banquet is just around the corner! The 8th grade girls have been busy preparing! “The queen had all her maidens join hands together to dance and begin the merry-making. In his honor they began their singing, dances, and rounds” – Chretien de Troyes
Congratulations to TSRR sophomore, Nora Anderson, on winning 1st place Women’s Epee at the MN State High School Fencing Championships!
Students in grades 3-5 are invited to join us for Da Vinci Day on Saturday, March 28th from 9 a.m.-noon! Dive into one of the many facets of Leonardo da Vinci’s genius at this enrichment morning. Students are invited to attend one of three interactive workshops: Space is limited! Register today by clicking here. Workshop […]
How would you illustrate the story of Jacob and his sons in Genesis? The 7th grade girls tried their hand as Biblical illustrators this week in Old Testament class!
Basketball Senior Night is tomorrow! Come honor, Peter Carlson, Treva Bellomo, Isaac Showalter, Bridget Brombach, Luke Bormann, Mary Therese Druffner and Kiki Willard (not pictured) as they take on New Life Academy! Girls Varsity Game @ 6:15pm and Boys Varsity Game @ 7:45pm! #gotrihawks
Trinity School at Greenlawn alumna and former Trinity School at River Ridge faculty member Dr. Gwen Adams sat down with Veritas Journal recently to talk about her new book, BY AN UNEXPECTED WAY. Read the interview by clicking below! #TSRRAlumni By an Unexpected Way a conversation with Dr. Gwen Adams What do Women’s Care Centers, […]