Friday, February 5, 2010

Trinity Catholic High School




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32 comments:

Gunn White said...

Elegant and stylish. I also liked the colored statue.

Leif Hagen said...

It looks like a classy, fancy place! Do they admit ELCA Lutherans, too? Fun globe sculpture!

Jacob said...

@ Safe Leif - In answer to your question: Only with a special dispensation from the Pope! And under no circumstances do they admit folks from Minneesota!

Jarart said...

Oh my, if you can't learn in a place that looks like that, you can't learn anywhere. Love the sculpture too.

Louis la Vache said...

What a neat statue in front. It appears that the building is relatively new, but tastefully done in a Spanish style. «Louis» expects that the quality of education there is quite good.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks like a school that has a lot of pride.

Life with Kaishon said...

What a beautiful school! I am visiting from Daryl's 104 blog tonight. Nice to meet you. I love pretty pictures!

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

It has turrets!! It must be in Italy!!

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Paula said...

This looks like a fabulous campus, J. The students must count themselves lucky to attend school there.
Your pictures of the Silver River are excellent, I'm not familiar with it but I plan on learning more about it.

Day4plus said...

Wow that is a nice looking school--of any kind.

I went to a small all girls Catholic High School. It was very very old and creaky. At least a hundred yrs old. Musty too with all them old nuns.No Lutes there I think they didn't want you to think about boys so with no boys around that is all we thought about. Probably why I married the first male I met.

Love the little guy studying on the globe.

MB

Saretta said...

Looks sort of Mexican in style. I like that fountain!

VP said...

The buildings are almost perfect, but there is something military about this school.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful place and beautiful shot !! We dnt have these sprt of buildings in India !!

Trillian said...

Nice photos of a beautiful building! I really like the sculpture, it's so...charming!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Pretty fancy for a school, me thinks. I wonder how much it costs to go there. I wonder if the teachers dress to match.

magiceye said...

doesnt look like a school at all!

brattcat said...

What a beautiful school. These images suggest they put a great deal of care into everything they do, including educating their students. I hope that's true.

Jacob said...

@ VP - Maybe that's 'cause everyone marches around singing "Onward Christian Soldiers"! ;-)

Jacob said...

@ Dave - Isn't "pride" one of the seven deadly sins? Heh, heh!

Small City Scenes said...

Re: what you said---True!

And when you said you knew what I was thinging on an earlier post---probably.

I think I was a disappointment to the dear Nuns. I forgot to be indoctrinated---I didn't listen to the propaganda.

So it goes. MB

Hilda said...

That's a very pretty school! And with a fountain too! I like the nerdy little kid. :)

cieldequimper said...

Too bad it has a religious connection otherwise that's a place I would have loved to learn at. That funny sculpture I want in the garden I do not have. Yes, I know, shut up Ciel you're silly! ;-)

Cezar and Léia said...

It seems peaceful enough for the students to concentrate and duly do their work... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Memphis MOJO said...

Simply beautiful and nothing I can say would add to it.

susieofarabia said...

It's a really well designed school. Nice!

tapirgal said...

Nice photos of the school. The last is kind of funny (or odd) and the first makes me think I'm in Livorno.

m_m said...

It looks really nice - beautiful building and interesting sculpture:)

Andreea said...

Nice campus. The statue of the little kid is a nice touch, really cute.

Lois said...

What a lovely campus! We have a Trinity Catholic School here, but it is not nearly this big.

Chuck Pefley said...

What a clean looking complex! I particularly like the metal sculpture showing the benefit of learning! Nice!!

Diederick Wijmans said...

Great photos, as usual. I like the globe sculture!!

afv said...

I've never dreamed of going to a Catholic school, I couldn't imagine myself doing the religion classes or whatsoever...

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