The Class of 2024 Celebrates Class Ring Ceremony

On April 18, the Class of 2024 reached an important milestone at Trinity Hall as they celebrated their class ring ceremony. The ceremony opened with a prayer from Head of School Mary Kate Blaine as the rings were blessed with holy water, followed by a message from incoming Student Body President Sophie R. ‘24. Students received their rings and a flower to signify the rite of passage at Trinity Hall. 
The class ring ceremony commemorates the journey of the junior class thus far and represents the start of their transition into being seniors. The rings display the Trinity Hall crest and are intended for students to wear as a symbol of their alma mater. As the Class of 2024 nears the end of their junior year, the ceremony is the first step in their preparation to lead the school next year. The ceremony closed with a prayer from Sarah D. ‘24: 
Heavenly Father,
Trinity Hall’s graduating Class of 2024 would like to thank You for blessing our lives. We are grateful for our health, our family and friends, the opportunities provided, and the relationships we form and embrace inside this special place we call Trinity. Reflecting on our journey over the last three years, we give thanks and recognize that all good stems from Your love. 
Lord, we are forever grounded in our core values of leadership, respect, perseverance, and faith and intend to share the gifts and tools we have received to do justice, spread kindness and walk humbly with You. Through You, God, we have purpose. 
Congratulations to my classmates on receiving our class rings. We shall wear them to honor our education and symbolize the unity and bond our class shares.
We pray this, trusting and believing in You,

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