Trinity Catholic High School has become affiliated with the nationally recognized Renaissance Program. The program was founded in Conway, South Carolina in 1983 with the intent of upgrading academic excellence in high schools across the country. Borrowing the ideas of incentive and reward used by successful businesses, Renaissance began a movement to showcase the academic achievements of high school students. Today, over 12,000 schools across the nation have created a Renaissance Program.
The Renaissance Program was established at Trinity during the 2004-2005 school year to acknowledge the educational achievements and outstanding contributions of the students, staff members, and school patrons through a process of reinforcement, recognition, and reward.
A Trinity Renaissance Assembly is held each year. The purpose of the assembly is to recognize students who have distinguished themselves by making a distinct difference at Trinity.