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Student of the Month: May - Koen Weichel

Student of the Month: May – Koen Weichel

May 3, 2021

It is my pleasure to nominate Koen Weichel for THS Student of the Month for May. Koen is an exemplary student and leader here at Trinity High School. He not only is a five-year member of the marching...

Ms. Welling is the newest addition to the THS Science dept. She is very excited to begin her teaching career at Trinity!

Trinity welcomes Ms. Welling

Emma Riddell, Copy Editor April 21, 2021

Recently, Trinity High School’s science department welcomed a new addition to its staff: Ms. Welling. Welling is the long-term substitute for the AP Physics 2/ CP Physics 1 position vacated by Mr. Botzer....

Although Mr. Zebrasky graduated from Washington High School, he is excited to become a part of the Hiller Nation!

Trinity High School welcomes Mr. Zebrasky as new administrator

Emma Malinak, Co-Editor-in-Chief and News Editor April 21, 2021

At the end of May, Mr. Zach Zebrasky will join Mr. Uram and Dr. Demian on Trinity High School’s administrative team as a new Assistant Principal. Zebrasky is extremely excited to begin the next chapter...

Student of the Month: April - Michael Dunn

Student of the Month: April – Michael Dunn

April 7, 2021

It is my pleasure to nominate Michael Dunn for THS Student of the Month for April.  Michael has been consistent in academics, athletics, and, most of all, character throughout his four years here at...

Children from all over the country participating in the well-known White House Easter Egg Roll!

White House rolls into Easter fun

Kayla Denke, Feature Editor March 29, 2021

As some may know, the White House hosts an Easter Egg Roll right around the time when the Easter Bunny hops into town.  An Egg Roll is when participants get on their hands and knees and push their...

Hello spring and goodbye winter!

Spring Equinox brings new change, new season

Kaylyn Weichel, Staff Writer March 29, 2021

On March 20, 2021, the spring equinox marked the end of winter and the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. Additionally, it brought exactly twelve hours of daylight and twelve hours of darkness—an...

The Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science was first established on March 31, 1934, and the program has only improved and grown since!

PJAS competition affected by COVID-19, still successful

Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor March 10, 2021

“Science is the key to our future” - Bill Nye A long-standing competition, Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS), is helping students across the state develop their love of science and their...

Thor and Sky stop their fun to smile for their pawsome mom, Mrs. Thornburg!

Pet of the Month: March

Kayla Denke, Feature Editor March 10, 2021

Thor and Sky are fluffy and quite the opposite pair of best friends, making them the perfect fit for March’s pet of the month. Both of these dogs belong to Honors Pre-Calc and Algebra 1A teacher Mrs....

Consider approaching this year's research paper without the usual doom-and-gloom mindset. A positive mindset makes the essay process so much easier.

How to cover all bases for this year’s research paper

Emma Riddell, Copy Editor March 10, 2021

The time ticks away as sweat drips down, threatening to undermine years of preparation for this moment with a single drop. Hours of hardwork and months of training have lead to now, and though there are...

Student of the Month: March - Ashley Durig

Student of the Month: March – Ashley Durig

March 1, 2021

It is my pleasure to nominate Ashley Durig for THS Student of the Month for March.  I’ve had the pleasure of being Ashley’s AP Calculus AB teacher last year and her Honor’s Oracle Academy teacher...

Rachel stands happily next to the PMEA sign after placing 2nd overall out of the whole District! Great job Rachel!

Faust sings to greatness

Emma Liggett, A&E Editor February 11, 2021

Whether students prefer to sing in a group or by themselves, it is an excellent way to get in touch with creativity. Other students enjoy exploring the more competitive side of music through organizations...

Start applying for scholarships today in order to receive money off of future tuition!

Looking for scholarships?

Kylie Poland, Co-Hiller High Fives Editor February 11, 2021

Scholarships are key when it comes to saving money for a higher form of education. This year, the guidance department of Trinity High School has brought forth many helpful tips and tricks to help students...

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