STAMFORD—Trinity Catholic High School in Stamford will hold its 60th graduation ceremony on Thursday, July 16 at 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm on the school’s front parking lot under a tent. The school is holding two ceremonies in order to comply with the governor’s directive that in-person graduation crowd sizes cannot exceed 150 people.
This 60th graduation ceremony will be historic since it is Trinity’s final graduation. Trinity Catholic opened its doors in 1958 as Stamford Catholic High School and the first graduating class was in 1960. In the fall of 1991, Stamford Catholic merged with Central Catholic and St. Mary’s becoming Trinity Catholic High School. The Class of 2020 will be Trinity’s last graduating class.
The Class of 2020 is comprised of 84 graduates, representing Stamford and its surrounding towns, as well as international students from China.
The Valedictorian of the class is Fiona Willette from Stamford. The Salutatorian is Margaret Carlon, also from Stamford.
The exact amount of college scholarships and grants received by the class will be announced at the graduation ceremony.
The media is invited to attend the graduation ceremonies. Please arrange in advance with Jen Hanley at email@example.com or Betsy Mercede at 203.322.3401 x106