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Trinity High School is located in the small mountain town of Weaverville, California, in the heart of the Trinity Alps. Students travel from as far away as Coffee Creek, Salyer, Buckhorn Mountain, and Browns Creek. Our student population is just over 370. The campus resides on 23 acres and contains twenty-six classrooms, a library, career center, gym, computer labs, and cafeteria. Red and white are the school colors, and the wolf is our mascot. THS has many extra and co-curricular activities  including ASB, FFA, FBLA,Native American Club, athletics, and a wide range of clubs

In the Fall of 2016  THS was ranked 212th of all the schools in California and 1172 in the nation by the Washington Post for how effectively a school prepares it's students for college. 

Student Learning Outcomes (developed by the Associated Student Body)
Upon graduating THS students will be able to…
Work effectively in a variety of professional and social situations.
Openly approach problems with optimism and acceptance.
Lay a foundation to achieve success and independence in life.
Value and respect a diverse set of viewpoints.
Establish healthy relationships in all areas of life.
Sustain involvement in and/or support community projects.

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Our Mission

The Trinity High School Community will provide an education modeled on state standards, as well as a safe educational environment, which promotes student self-worth, responsible citizenship and critical thinking skills necessary for productive, meaningful participation in a global society.

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Student Life

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Show your school spirit by supporting or participating in our many sports teams. Go, Wolves!

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Our counselors help students with educational and vocational planning, scholarships & college information, decision-making, and other personal issues.

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