Congratulations and prayerful wishes to Reed Proctor, HTCS '13! Reed recently received word from Fr. James Wilcox, Vocation Director of the Diocese of Fort Worth, informing him of his acceptance into seminary formation. He will officially become one of the seminarians of the Diocese of Fort Worth starting in August 2017. Please join us in praying for Reed and any other HTCS alumni who may feel called to a vocation to the priesthood or religious life.
HTCS Graduates Recognized For Academics at Colleyville Heritage
National Merit Commended Scholars
We are excited to be able to recognize the commended scholars, Timothy O'Donnell and Christen Volding, who graduated from Holy Trinity and now attend Colleyvill Heritage High School. They have been recognized by the National Merit program based off of their performance on the PSAT. Commended scholars represent the top 3% of students Nationwide that took the PSAT. These Panthers are a great representation of PRIDE!!
2017 National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists
Congratulations to Catherine Gale and Matthew Martin! Catherine, daughter of Mr. Ron and Mrs. Colleen Gale of Grapevine, TX and Matthew, son of Mr. Gary and Mrs. Michelle Martin of Grapevine, TX, both graduates of HTCS, qualified as Semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. They were in a group of approximately 16,000 high school seniors who have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships to be offered next spring. We are so proud of you!
The National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists - Award of Excellence
Congratulations to Matthew Martin, graduate of HTCS, for receiving this award! In June, Matthew, son of Mr. Gary and Mrs. Michelle Martin of Grapevine, TX Gonzalez, son of Judge Ruben and Mrs. Tracy Gonzalez of Fort Worth, TX have successfully completed the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, Massachusetts and received the Award of Excellence. We are so proud of you!
HTCS Graduate Katie Meili will Swim in Rio Olympics
Colleyville’s Katie Meili will be packing her bags for Rio de Janeiro after finishing second in the 100-meter breaststroke Tuesday at the U.S. Olympic Trials, which are proving to be a changing of the guard in American swimming.
Meili, who attended Holy Trinity Catholic School, Nolan Catholic High School and Columbia University, finished less than a second behind Lilly King, who won the event in 1:05.20, the fastest time in the world this year. Meili finished in 1:06.77, the sixth fastest time in the world this season. Olympic gold medalist, Jessica Hardy, finished sixth.
King and Meili, who earned two gold medals at the 2015 Pan American Games, will both be making their first Olympic appearances.
Republished with permission from the Star Telegram. Full story, which was published on June 28, 2016, is available here.
2016 Nolan Graduates from HTCS (Class of 2012) Make College Choices
Congratulations to all the alumni from HTCS who recently graduated from Nolan Catholic High School. We wish you lots of luck in your future endeavors and know you will make Holy Trinity proud at the colleges you have chosen!
Madeleine Atkinson - Baylor University
Kathryn Baker - Oklahoma State University
Jack Boyd - University of Texas at Dallas
Justin Canty - St. Edward's University
Michael Chiffolo - University of North Texas
Mia Compagnone - University of Massachusetts at Amherst
James Cummings - University of North Texas
Alexandra Garrett - St. Edward's University
Baovy Hoang - University of Oklahoma
Erick Hoch - Undecided
Jonathan Jimenez - Undecided
Isabelle Kitowski - Texas A&M University
Lindsey Kusman - University of Arkansas
Lauren Lucht - University of Mississippi
Kennedy Martinez - Texas Christian University
Shannon Migliaccio - Texas A&M University (Salutatorian)
Cianna Penn - Chapman University
Shayne Phillips - Sam Houston State University
Lucas Steining - University of Utah
Marisa Sully - Villanova University
Gabriella Todd - Texas Tech University (Marian Award Winner)
Clare Upchurch - University Mary's University - San Antonio
Mark Zimmer - Baylor University