Trinity High School (Manchester, New Hampshire)
|Trinity High School|
|581 Bridge Street
Manchester, New Hampshire, (Hillsborough County) 03104-5395
|Motto||"Pride, Spirit, Tradition"|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Principal||Denis J. Mailloux|
|Average class size||16|
|Student to teacher ratio||1:12.7|
|Color(s)||Red, white and blue|
|Rival||Manchester High School Central|
|Accreditation||New England Association of Schools and Colleges|
|Average SAT scores||Critical Reading: 540; Math: 544; Writing: 543|
|Average ACT scores||23|
|Dean of Students||Patrick Smith|
|Athletic Director||Chip Polak|
As of 2010, 445 students attended Trinity High School. Every member of the class of 2010 was accepted into college. It was the fourth year in a row this has occurred.
The school opened on September 9, 1970, as part of a merger of three Catholic high schools in Manchester: Bishop Bradley High School, Immaculata High School, and Saint Anthony's High School. The only remaining Catholic high school in the city, Ste. Marie's, remained independent but eventually closed in 1973.
The school's college preparatory curriculum features a Catholic emphasis. Students of all faiths are welcome to attend, but classes on the Catholic faith are required of all students.
It is accredited by the National Catholic Educational Association.
Sports and extracurricular clubs
The school competes at the Class "L" level in 21 boys', girls' and coed varsity sports. The football team currently competes in Division II. The teams are known by the mascot name "Pioneers".
On March 21, after two consecutive championship losses, the Trinity Pioneers won the 2009 Class "L" basketball championship at UNH's Lundholm Gym and again in 2013, this time versus Bishop Guertin High School. On March 17, 1985 won 1985 Class "L" Basketball Championship vs. Dover High School at UNH's Lundholm Gym
- Chris Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher and Cy Young Award winner
- Joanne Dow, U.S. Olympic racewalker
- Jeff Fulchino, Washington Nationals pitcher
- Wenyen Gabriel, basketball player for the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team
- James Georgopoulos, visual artist 
- Gérald Lacroix, Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop of Québec
- Andre Martel, New Hampshire businessman and state legislator; graduated from Bishop Bradley High School in 1964
- Dan Mullen, Mississippi State head football coach
- NEASC-CIS. "NEASC-Commission on Independent Schools". Retrieved 2009-07-28.
- "The College Try is Perfect at Trinity." The New Hampshire Union Leader, July 11, 2008.
- "FIRST Robotics Team Heads to Nationals" The New Hampshire Union Leader, April 14, 2008.
- “Boys' Hoop: Say Laguerre! Trinity reigns in Class L.” The New Hampshire Union Leader, Mar. 21, 2009.
- "Cardinals Chris Carpenter announces retirement". MLB.com. November 20, 2013. Retrieved May 1, 2014.
- Gosztyla, Mark (July 6, 2008). "One step at a time: Former UNH athlete Joanne Dow takes one last shot at Olympics". Foster's Daily Democrat. Retrieved May 1, 2014.
- Habib, John (July 12, 2013). "For retiring coach Eddie Poisson, the friendships always last". New Hampshire Union Leader. Retrieved May 1, 2014.
- James Georgopoulos Interview, Issue Magazine, June 2014
- "Trinity [High School]". Retrieved May 21, 2014.
- Manchester's Rep. Andre Martel passes away at 70,' Union Leader, December 23, 2016
- Locke, Brad (August 30, 2009). "MSU’s Dan Mullen keeps going and going and going and …". Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. Retrieved May 1, 2014.