TCHS holds a variety of events throughout the school year and we encourage everyone to join us!

Legacy Gala 2017

The Waters Edge at Giovanni’s was the scene Friday evening, April 28th, when Trinity Catholic High School held it's Fifth Annual Legacy. This year's honorees were:

  • The Most Reverend Frank J. Caggiano, Bishop of Bridgeport, for his Legacy of Purpose
  • The Sam Cingari Family for their Legacy of Commitment
  • Art '81 & Donna Mossa '84 Murphy P'11,'14,'17 for their Legacy of Encouragement

Click here to see a photo album of the evening.

Tribute 2016

Alumni, friends and family came out on Saturday, February 11th to honor Joe Anzalone and Mary Kay Smith who were both teachers, coaches, mentors and friends to so many Catholic High alumni.

Joe came to then Stamford Catholic High to assist Bob Lynch in 1961, went to Immaculate High in 1963 and returned to Catholic High in 1967 as head football coach and physical education teacher. He also served as athletic director for 12 years. Joe was inducted into the FCIAC Coaches Hall of Fame in 2011.

Mary Kay Smith began her 36 years at SCHS/TCHS in 1962 in the classroom and on the field. She taught Physical Education, Biology, Health, Anatomy, and Environmental Science and served as athletic director, coached basketball, field hockey and softball. She was inducted into the CT Scholastic & Collegiate Softball Hall of Fame in 1994 and the FCIAC Coaches Hall of Fame in 1999.

Click here to see a photo gallery of the evening.

Walkathon 2016

Area schools participating this year were Greenwich Catholic, Holy Spirit, Our Lady Star of the Sea, St. Cecilia & Trinity Middle School.  Mass at St. Gabriel kicked off the day, followed by the walk at the new Trinity Catholic High School athletic complex. We brought back the  food trucks, bounce houses and the dunk tank (with faculty, staff and parents taking turns being dunked!)

Click here to see a photo gallery of the day.

Crusader Players Production

Click here to see a photo gallery of the Spring 2017 production of Fiddler on the Roof.

Prior productions included Once Upon a Mattress, Miracle on 34th Street, Catch Me If You Can, It’s A Wonderful Life, The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray and Les Miserables.

Fashion Show

The funds raised from our yearly junior/senior fashion show, sponsored by the Home School Association, benefit three memorial scholarships that are awarded to TCHS students. To see photos of the show, please click here.

The Robert F. D'Aquila Memorial Scholarship
was established by the faculty, staff and administration of TCHS in loving memory of Principal D'Aquila, their respected colleague, peer, friend and mentor.  Mr. D'Aquila worked devotedly and wholeheartedly until his sudden death in 2010 after a 35-year career at our school.  The scholarship is awarded to a senior who best exemplifies those qualities of Mr. D'Aquila that made him not only a positive role model to students, but also to colleagues, fellow teachers and administrators.

The Kevin P. Sutton Memorial Scholarship
was established by the TCHS Class of 2000 in memory of their respected teacher, coach, mentor, and friend who died after a very brave battle with cancer.  The scholarship is awarded to a junior who best exemplifies those qualities of Mr. Sutton that made him a positive role model in the lives of the students he worked with.

The Cassidy Geary Memorial Scholarship
was established by the TCHS Class of 2008 in loving memory of their classmate who died in a car accident during her senior year. Cassie had a passion for helping those less fortunate, a tremendous love for animals and the beauty of nature.  This award is given to a junior student who demonstrates those characteristics of Cassie that made her such a special friend and loved member of the TCHS Class of 2008.

The Robert F. D'Aquila Memorial Scholarship
was established by the faculty, staff and administration of TCHS in loving memory of Principal D'Aquila, their respected colleague, peer, friend and mentor.  Mr. D'Aquila worked devotedly and wholeheartedly until his sudden death in 2010 after a 35-year career at our school.  The scholarship is awarded to a senior who best exemplifies those qualities of Mr. D'Aquila that made him not only a positive role model to students, but also to colleagues, fellow teachers and administrators.