STAMFORD—On April 4, Trinity Catholic High School held it’s annual Fashion Show, featuring juniors and seniors—along with softball and Basketball Coach Rita Jagodzinski, Guidance Counselor Michael Surace and Assistant Principal Christine Wagner. The event took place at 7:30 pm in the auditorium of the school. Lord & Taylor provided the informal fashions for the juniors; A Step Ahead and Zemo Brothers provided the senior formal wear.
Proceeds from the show help fund three memorial scholarships for TCHS students: Robert D’Aquila, Kevin Sutton and Cassidy Geary.
Founded in 1958, Trinity Catholic High School (“TCHS”) is a Roman Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school under the direction of the Diocese of Bridgeport for grades nine through 12. TCHS has a longstanding tradition of rigorous academics, outstanding athletics and community service excellence while modernizing our infrastructure and facilities to be in line with today’s advances in technology. We boast a distinguished and accomplished group of alumni.
TCHS doors are open to academically prepared students of any race, religion, nationality or ethnicity across Fairfield and Westchester Counties. We provide our students with a Christ-centered environment where they study the Catholic faith and worship God as a community of believers. Many activities throughout the year help students to grow in Christian virtue, including organized retreats and community service projects.
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