Extracurricular Activities

Currently, Trinity School at Greenlawn offers the following activities for all interested students:


Science Research Initiative

Juniors and seniors can apply to work regularly on original research with science professors and graduate students from Notre Dame or Saint Mary’s.

Mock Trial

Trinity School at Greenlawn has been participating in Mock Trial since 2004. Mock Trial enhances the critical reading and thinking skills that are already well-developed in our classes, especially in the Humane Letters Seminars. Over the years, Trinity School students have won numerous Best Attorney and Best Witness awards. Mock Trial teams have qualified for the state competition every year. In 2013, Trinity School at Greenlawn was the only school in the state that placed two teams in the top five in the State of Indiana. Team Fate placed third and team Don't Blink placed fifth.

Robotics Team

This team for seventh- and eighth-grade students requires members to build and program robots for competition in the First Lego League.

The Trinity School Review

Edited by faculty and students, The Trinity School Review publishes fiction, poetry and photographs by students, alumni, faculty and parents of Greenlawn students.

Yearbook

The Gate is Trinity School at Greenlawn's yearbook, edited by students.

Trinity Life Committee

Students and faculty work together on initiatives to increase Trinity School’s spirit and involvement in the community at large.

Chamber Choir

This choir, for serious and skilled singers, has a well-balanced, mature and high-level choral sound. They have shared performances with the Notre Dame Chorale at the Debartolo Performing Arts Center at Notre Dame and have traveled to Minnesota several times for a concert performance in collaboration with the River Ridge campus. The Chamber Choir is open by audition only.

Volunteer Club

Students take time to go together to volunteer at the Center for the Homeless and Habitat for Humanity.

Sustainability Club

Because of concern for the environment, students created the Sustainability Club. They raised money for 38 plastic recycling containers, educated the students about the importance of recyling and what items to place in bins, and members of the club collect recyclables once a week.