We have always believed that past and present students are family members of the Catholic High community. The Alumni Office offers graduates from Trinity Catholic, Stamford Catholic, St. Mary’s High School, and Central Catholic High a forum to keep updated on what's happening at Catholic High. We've created a platform where alumni can reconnect, network, volunteer, friendraise and fundraise to keep Catholic education alive and thriving in lower Fairfield County.

We continue with the monumental, large-scale project of updating our entire alumni database from all four schools and have found class captains for most graduating classes. If you would like to help with this project, please contact us at alumni@trinitycatholic.org. We'll send you your class list as we have it now and ask that you work through various social media outlets and e-mails to reach out to your classmates, obtain their current information and send along to us to update the school's master database.

Important reasons for an up-to-date database:  quarterly newsletters from our Alumni Director, Ernie Bourcier; (send us updates on your career accomplishments, life events, etc. for publication in the newsletter) and information on up-coming reunions and events here at Trinity. If you haven’t received electronic newsletters or class reunion information, please contact us to be sure we have your current contact information.

Just as your life was impacted by your time as a Crusader, we continue to impact the lives of our students in important and meaningful ways.  We rely upon the thoughtful and generous support of our alumni. Please continue to support our Crusader Fund, a program of unrestricted annual giving. Follow this link to see the various ways to donate today and/or to include TCHS in your planned giving.

Today, over 400 students walk the hallways of Trinity Catholic High School as the next generation of graduates, experiencing the same foundation in excellence that all of our diocesan high school alumni share.  

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