Whether you attended or graduated from one of our founding parishes, Assumption, St. Peter’s and St. Richard’s, or attended after our consolidation, we think of you as one of ours, you are part of our family. You can be proud of the way your parish school has grown and evolved while maintaining the values that made it such a special part of your life and family lore. Blessed Trinity continues the tradition of educating students in the Catholic tradition, with Christ-centered values, and high-quality academics that were experienced at Assumption, St. Peter’s and St. Richard’s. We are Blessed Trinity. We are YOUR school.
Blessed Trinity is proud to have active and supportive alumni who donate their time, talent and treasure to provide a wonderful Catholic education to the next generation of students. Our students are blessed by this network of support and we invite you to check out ways you can get involved and connect with your school.
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Alumni Ignite Award
The Blessed Trinity Alumni Ignite Award aims to honor alumni who took the lessons they were taught in our hallways and classrooms and brought them into the world. In our history we have many examples of alumni who are making an incredible impact in their communities, families, parishes and our world through either their careers or volunteer work.
Tigers are leaders and making a difference in the lives of others by demonstrating their faith, hard work, and compassion. Nominate a graduate to receive the Alumni Ignite award.
It is our wish to not only recognize the work of our honored alumni but we are also seeking to provide role models for current Blessed Trinity students and fellow alumni.
2019 Alumni Ignite Recipients
Fr. Dan Rolczynski, ‘00
At Blessed Trinity, Fr. Dan began his path to discerning his call to the priesthood through his faith formation in our classrooms.
Currently, Father ministers to college students and adults in Mexico, impacting their lives by sharing God’s love and supporting their faith journeys.
Katy Coleman, ‘08
Since graduating from Blessed Trinity, Katy has dedicated herself to serving others at Loaves and Fishes locally, through the Peace Corps in Liberia, at One Village Partners in Sierra Leone and at more stops in-between. Katy is passionate about empowering people to lead healthy and productive lives.
Brian Stock, ‘89
As a graduate of St. Peter’s, Brian learned firsthand the value of learning in and through his Catholic faith as a student. Now in his 19th year of teaching, Mr. Stock brings his passion for science to middle school students everyday who are sitting in the same seats where he once learned.