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Student Publications

The Trinity Voice

The Trinity Voice is a student-run publication that comes out in print once a month and updates its website with breaking news once a week. In it, you’ll find school, world, and pop culture news stories students craft to share with their fellow Saints.

The publication offers students the opportunity to hone their writing skills, as they adjust to the demands of writing for journalism. Students also have various leadership opportunities most of their years on staff because a newspaper, by design, requires a team effort.

The Voice is proud of its various awards, including the Silver Award from the Florida Scholastic Press Association (FSPA) for its overall reporting and design. The 2014-15 staff also had seven articles receive the highest commendation of "All-Florida" ranking and four receive "Excellent."


The Trinity yearbook, the Chi Rho, is a student-led-and-produced publication. The staff plans, produces, and distributes a well-designed and creative yearbook to the Trinity Prep community. Students learn skills that are in high demand in the workplace: writing, analysis, organization, communications, photography, desktop publishing, computer graphics, and leadership skills.

Being on the yearbook staff has allowed me to see Trinity Prep from all different angles. Seeing the book at the end of the year is very fulfilling, knowing that I had a hand in capturing all the memorable moments of the year."


Skylight is Trinity Prep's student literary journal. Originally founded in 1998, the magazine features student writing and art. In 2012, the magazine expanded to include an online component in order to further showcase Trinity’s literary and artistic talent to those outside of our campus. Both the online and print versions of Skylight encourage and celebrate student creativity and feature work created both inside and outside of the classroom. The magazine is a product of the Trinity Literary Society and the Creative Writing class under English teachers Melanie Farmer and Susan Lilley.