Holy Trinity Highlight Reel
Honor Roll Student
Social Studies Club - President
Black History Club
Other activities: Mentor for Satisfied Teens Mentoring Program
Holy Trinity’s motto is How High School Should Be. What does that mean to you?
Holy Trinity has so many clubs and sports to get involved in, [and that] is how high school should be. High school is the time to explore all of your interests and to find something that you are very passionate about.
What is your favorite class this year? Why do you enjoy it?
My favorite class this year is Economics. In this class, we learn so many valuable things about how to manage our money which will help us in the future.
Has there been a teacher/coach/counselor/administrator at Holy Trinity who has positively influenced you? Please explain:
My guidance counselor, Mrs. R. O'Connell, has positively influenced me during my past three years in Holy Trinity. She always pushed me to challenge myself by taking rigorous courses. When it came time to start thinking about what career path I wanted to take, she was very supportive. [She] suggested options I would have never thought of, like going into politics or even law.
What has been a “highlight” of your time at Holy Trinity? Please describe a moment that you enjoyed and/or made you proud:
A “highlight” of my time at Trinity was during my freshman year when I was moved up to varsity towards the end of the softball season.
To what colleges are you applying? What is your intended major?
University at Albany, Quinnipiac, St. John's University, Towson University, Virginia Commonwealth University, UConn, Temple University, and University of Maryland. My intended major is International Business.
What will you miss the most about Holy Trinity?
I am going to miss the community aspect of Trinity. Trinity is like one big family, because everyone is always willing to lend a hand for their fellow classmate or their teachers. I will truly miss all of my teammates from basketball and softball because they have become my second families…we have all grown academically and athletically together over the past four years.
Do you have any advice for incoming Holy Trinity students?
My advice for incoming students is to be yourself and to get involved. These four years fly by so fast and you don't want to look back and regret not being a part of all the amazing things Holy Trinity has to offer.
Creech during Girls Varsity Basketball game against Our Lady of Mercy
Creech at-bat during Girls Varsity Softball game
Creech with guidance counselor, Mrs. Regina O'Connell
Creech along with her fellow School Ambassadors during Open House