The athletic program at Trinity Junior High and High School is an integral part of the educational process. Athletics offer a positive and meaningful experience that will enhance the growth and development of all young men and women who participate. The mission of our school is to educate the whole person—mind, body, and soul. The athletic program has an active part in guiding and assisting the school’s mission, so that each student-athlete reaches his or her potential as a person created by Almighty God.
The main purpose of interscholastic athletics is to teach life-long lessons that can be learned from participation in sports. In this way, Titan athletics becomes a formation for life, not just minutes on a court or field. The student-athlete will learn the value of hard work, caring more for others than self, positive competitive spirit, a healthy lifestyle, personal accountability, and a sense of pride and unity that embraces the whole school.
Participation on an athletic team is a privilege and not a right. High standards of conduct will be expected of all athletes on and off the playing courts and fields. As a Titan athlete, students are expected to follow the rules of the athletic code from the time they join their first athletic team until they graduate. The Athletic Department is very proud of the traditions that have been established over the years by many people who have committed themselves to excellence. As a Titan athlete, you are part of that rich tradition of excellence in all you do.
Athletics offer students the opportunity to build confidence and discipline, and our coaching staff works hard to ensure that all student athletes put forth their best effort every day. In accordance with our mission, students know that academics come first -- and our student athletes are just as productive in classroom as they are on the field. Titan athletes learn important lessons in the areas of leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship and balance. Trinity's athletic program supports our students as they enrich their minds, strengthen their bodies and develop their souls through team prayer and an active sacramental life.