College Corner with the Director of College Counseling: Blog Post #4 (2017-2018)

Christina Bergamo is the Director of College Counseling at Trinity Hall. Questions? Email

The College List, Part 2

While our seniors are finishing the first weeks of their Beyond the Hall internship experiences and AP testing, the rest of us are finishing our first weeks without them on campus and to say we miss them is a gross understatement! Our Class of 2018 has left a lasting impact: their love and pride for Trinity Hall is palpable and we could not be more proud of all they have accomplished in their four years with us. They have given our school community new traditions and a spirit that will remain for future generations of Trinity Hall students.

The members of our Class of 2018, consisting of 41 young women, were accepted into over 100 different colleges and universities across the United States and beyond. They have also received over $7.8 million in academic merit-based scholarships – an incredible testament to their hard work and dedication during their high school years. They will be attending colleges and universities from coast to coast, no doubt making names for themselves on each campus.

Although we anticipate the many tears to be shed, we look forward to celebrating the final Trinity Hall senior traditions and welcoming them to the Trinity Hall alumnae association. We wish these remarkable young women the best of luck and look forward to following each of their journeys for years to come!

To see the complete college acceptance list, go to Class of 2018 College Acceptances.

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