Trinity Hall Welcomes Class of 2028 at Annual Accepted Students Day

On March 13, Trinity Hall welcomed the incoming class of 2028 for Accepted Students Day. Led by Director of Admissions Mrs. Retterer and the majority of the current freshmen class, the future Monarchs were invited to campus for a festive afternoon consisting of meeting future classmates and teachers, taking part in group activities, and learning more about the academic, arts, and athletics programs that Trinity Hall has to offer. Along with this, parents were invited to a meet and greet hosted by the Parents Association. 
Mrs. Kiernan welcomed future freshmen by kicking off the afternoon with a brief introduction to the school. From there, Mrs. Retterer led students through an exciting game of human bingo, where girls were able to make connections through new friends. The Class of 2028 then rotated their way through different classrooms to participate in games and activities led by current Trinity Hall students. The girls made new connections and were able to get to know one another better. 
At the conclusion of the day, current and incoming students were invited back to the Commons to enjoy pizza and cake together. Mrs. Havens provided important information regarding the back-to-school process, Mr. Bagley informed students of the athletics program and Mrs. Phillips explained the arts opportunities available to all students at Trinity Hall. Mrs. Kiernan provided closing remarks before the event formally concluded with a commemorative gift for the Class of 2028. 
The future Class of 2028 found the day to be a great success. Incoming ninth grader Abbey H. shared, “I love Accepted Students Day. All the girls are super warm and welcoming, and it really makes me feel like I belong here.” Similarly, Bryn L. said, “I love today because I got to meet a lot of new people and I made a lot of new friends. It’s going to be nice coming in already knowing a few people.”
Nearly all current freshmen helped to lead the day and ensure that all visiting students had a positive experience. Peyton Phelan ‘27, shared “I thought it was amazing to see all of the new freshmen come in and make connections playing games and talking to each other at the tables. I thought it was a really fun way for everyone to get to know each other before the year starts.” 
Lizzie Campbell ‘27 echoed, “It was super successful. It was a great experience getting to know all of the girls, and I really enjoyed just being here and being with them. I’m really excited to see them again next year.” 
Accepted Students Day turned out to be an exhilarating day for new and current students alike. Mrs. Retterer said, “We were happy to welcome the Trinity Hall Class of 2028 to our Accepted Students Day on Wednesday, March 13. We were excited to invite our newest Monarchs on campus for a fun afternoon of meeting new classmates… Most of our current freshmen attended on Wednesday to meet their newest classmates, while participating in the activities in order to help their new friends feel welcome. The new students all left with smiles on their faces and a Royal Rumble Blue Team gift in their hands. We can't wait to have them back on campus again soon.”

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