The Hiller

During their final year of high school, seniors must make a decision on what to do next in their life. For Emily Ewbank, this means traveling to Texas in order to attend Baylor University. Ewbank will be studying on the pre-med track and she cannot wait to get started!

Seniors decide whether to move close to home or far away for college

Riley Dunn, Copy Editor and News Editor May 18, 2022

The end of high school is a transformative time for everyone. Some seniors must decide where they want to go to college and what they want to study. One of the most important - and often overlooked - aspects...

Don’t be sad grads! Just because a new chapter is starting, doesn’t mean  the opportunity of looking back and smiling isn’t there. Congratulations and adventures are out there! Here’s to new beginnings, but never forgetting our pasts.

Seniors start getting nostalgic

Kayla Denke, Arts and Entertainment Editor May 18, 2022

“High school is going to be the best years of your life,” every parent tells their incoming freshman on the first day. Four years seemed to go in the blink of an eye and now we’re weeks away from...

The colleges above include Colorado State University, West Virginia University and Washington and Jefferson College. Their campuses are expansive, just like many others, and they have great educational opportunities for their students. Congratulations to Grace Roberts, Sydnie Garrett and Loretta Butler for getting accepted into such impressive colleges!

They grow up so fast: Seniors’ tips for college

Fletcher Beckett, Staff Writer May 18, 2022

While Trinity’s seniors are in high school classes now, they will soon leave the nest and begin making their own life-changing decisions, such as possibly going to college. College degrees are becoming...

Senior Survey

Rachel Chase, Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor May 18, 2022

Who was your favorite teacher and why? Nicklas Hammer: Mr. Komula because I could always be comfortable and myself in his classroom. Samuel Smykal: My favorite teacher was Mr. Poletti because his...

Soon-to-be Senior Emma Liggett will be taking over as Chelsea. Stay tuned to hear all of her advice!


Rachel Chase, Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor May 18, 2022

It’s that time of year: Freshmen and Sophomores await their ascent in the high school ranks, Juniors prepare for their final year of high school and Seniors have their minds far beyond the walls of Trinity....

Rainy days don’t have to be blue, there are sure activities for everyone of different styles. From inside the house to outside, the possibilities are endless.
Of course, we can’t appreciate the sun without a little rain.

Rain, go away?

Krista Efaw, Assistant Feature Editor April 11, 2022

When does soil get rich? When Mother Nature makes it rain. Your day could be rich too - rain doesn’t have to cloud a perfectly good day. With Spring springing in, rainy days are sure to become more frequent....

Easter baskets can be enjoyed by anyone celebrating the holiday and are often filled with colorful eggs, candy and even small toys, but they can be filled with anything!


Rachel Chase, Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor April 11, 2022

It’s almost that time of year again! The flowers are starting to bloom and Easter decorations adorn many homes. Of course, many children are gearing up for Easter egg hunts and eagerly waiting to search...

Among students who dropped classes, multiple mentioned stress about tests as one of the determining factors. Nationally, up to 60% of students have reported having some level of test anxiety.

Students who dropped classes share facts

Josie Crim, Contributor April 8, 2022

In September through October, Trinity High School students have the opportunity to drop classes that they have signed up for, and some ultimately choose to no longer continue dedicating time and hard work...

Mr. Phillips attended Trinity High School from 2001-2005. He has become dedicated to improving his own community and creating a better future for his students.

Trinity students return to teach

Kaylee Spadaro, Staff Writer April 8, 2022

Washington has a long, rich history and many residents have spent their entire lives here. Naturally, this means that a large number of teachers at Trinity High School also attended as students.  An...

This year’s March Madness brackets, which can be utilized by any college basketball fans, are initially grouped by region and then break down further to winners from each round. The top of the bracket can be used to keep track of what team is the winner from each week.


Rachel Chase, Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor March 20, 2022

Spring sports are upon us, and as a die-hard fan of being clueless about the latest sports happenings, I am resigned to being confused in every conversation about last night’s game. But, living a sports-less...

AP testing is coming up sooner than many would like and there are many resources available for students struggling with a multitude of topics. The College Board has many resources and practice tests available on its website!

Students prepare to study for AP tests

Emma Liggett, Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Arts & Entertainment Editor March 18, 2022

As the AP tests are looming around the corner at Trinity High School, students begin to worry about how they should go about studying for them. These tests are administered over the first two weeks in...

Ancient Greek civilizations have records of public bathrooms. Bathroom use has been conducted without a hitch for as long as humanity has existed.

Bathroom vandalism must stop

Kaylee Spadaro, Staff Writer March 17, 2022

Bathrooms have been in use longer than any history book can record. While they have improved greatly in terms of looks and function, the concept has remained constant.  One would think that such a...

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