Middle School Clubs

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National Junior Honor Society – Students must maintain a cumulative average of 90%.  Membership is earned by the demonstration of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.  Students participate in service projects that help their school and communities.

Tri-M Honor Society – An international music honor society for middle and high school students. It is designed to recognize and reward students for their academic and musical achievements and service activities. Students must have an overall grade point average of 85% or higher and a 90% grade point average in Trinity’s instrumental or chorus courses. Students are selected based on music participation, leadership, service and character.

Spanish Honor Society – Students must maintain a cumulative average of 90%. Members of the La Soceidad Hispánica de Amistad will complete projects that demonstrate ambassadorship, school service and community service.

Peer Tutoring – Elementary students are tutored by the middle school’s National Junior Honor Society members.  The children meet each week.  Peer tutors work cooperatively with the younger children on perfecting their math skills and reading comprehension.

Newspaper – The Trinity Times produces four issues a year, which covers school events and happenings, interviews and student reporters’ topics of interest.

Fitness Club – A club based on Crossfit for Kids where students play games and perform exercise regiments that promote fitness and athleticism.

School Service Club – The service club is responsible for carrying out a variety of tasks around campus. Members are responsible for flying the flag each day. They are also responsible for helping with the school’s recycling efforts. Club members are also available to help in way they may be needed around school.

Drama Club – Drama club gives middle school students a chance to learn about and experience the performing arts. There are roles for all levels of experience – from starring on stage, to handling props behind the scenes. As a group, the students work together and achieve a mutual feeling of accomplishment as their efforts culminate in a wonderful live musical each year.

Bowling (Grades 5-8) – Students travel to the local bowling alley and are provided a structured environment with coaches and supervision where they can have fun and learn to bowl with their friends.

Student Advocate Club (TSAC) –  This club is offered to those individuals who feel a strong sense of Trinity pride and want to help market the school to perspective students and families. They will assist the Admissions Director with marketing activities and help get the student body involved in an assortment of activities and campaigns. This also serves as a resume builder as the students are exposed to some of the responsibilities that are involved in marketing and positioning a school.