It is hard to believe that Friday (May 3) was the last day of classes for our Class of 2019. This final year with these young ladies has gone by incredibly fast, and we are all grateful that we still have just under a month and several special days with them before they graduate on June 2. As the last class to experience our previous location at Croydon Hall, this year’s senior class is the smallest class we will ever have, with 22 young women. And although they are small in number, they proved to be very mighty this year.
Christmas came early for Trinity Hall’s Class of 2019, with every single student accepted into a four-year college before we left for winter break, many of whom already heard positive news from their first-choice school. Fast forward to our recent spring break: with final admission decisions in hand, seniors traveled across the country visiting campuses in order to make their final decisions. They returned from break having each made her final decision, and their lockers displaying the colors and logos of their future homes were proudly decorated shortly thereafter. At the time of this blog post, these 22 impressive young women were accepted into 74 different colleges and universities that span our country and were awarded over $4.6 million in merit-based academic scholarships.
We are incredibly proud of all that this senior class has accomplished during their four years with us and are eager to see the positive impact they will be making on their college campuses all across the country. This class has a palpable passion for and dedication to Trinity Hall that we hope will remain as they become the third class inducted into our alumnae association. We look forward to spending these final few weeks celebrating their many accomplishments and making memories together before they officially become alumnae. Congratulations ladies!
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