Trinity Catholic High School (Kansas)

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Trinity Catholic High School
Trinity Catholic High School (Kansas) logo.png
Address
1400 East 17th Street
Hutchinson, Kansas, 67501
United States
Coordinates 38°4′22″N 97°54′12″W / 38.07278°N 97.90333°W / 38.07278; -97.90333Coordinates: 38°4′22″N 97°54′12″W / 38.07278°N 97.90333°W / 38.07278; -97.90333
Information
Type Private, coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Principal Joe Hammersmith
Chaplain Father Ned Blick
Grades 712
Color(s) Red, white and blue               
Fight song Notre Dame March
Athletics conference Heart of America League
Mascot Celtic
Team name Celtics
Rival Sedgwick High School
Athletic director Greg Strecker
Website

Trinity Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic junior/senior high school in Hutchinson, Kansas, United States. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wichita. The school's principal is Joe Hammersmith. It is classified as 3A with around 200 students. The school has classes from grades 7 through 12.

History[edit]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Trinity Catholic High School offers the following sports:

Fall: American football, volleyball, boys' cross country, girls' cross country, girls' tennis, cheerleading

Winter: boys' basketball, girls' basketball, winter cheerleading

Spring: boys' golf, boys' tennis, softball, boys' track and field, girls' track and field

The school is classified as a 3A school, the fourth-largest classification in Kansas according to the Kansas State High School Activities Association. During its history, Trinity Catholic has won nine state championships in various sports.

State championships[edit]

State championships[1]
Season Sport Number of championships Year
Fall American football 1 1979
Cross country, boys 3 2000, 2002, 2012
Cross country, girls 2 2001, 2002
Winter Basketball, boys 1 1987
Spring Golf, boys 1 2005
Track, boys 1 2011
Total 9

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "State Records & State Champions" (English). Retrieved 2010-02-05. 

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