Holy Trinity Highlight Reel
Member of CHSFL All-League Team
Recipient of CHSFL Golden 11 Award for top scholar-athletes
Member of National Honor Society
Member of Science National Honor Society
Other activities: Judo player, Member of local Volunteer Fire Department
Holy Trinity’s motto is How High School Should Be. What does that mean to you?
In my opinion, high school should be a diverse place where everyone has a chance to grow and develop into the best version of themselves with a strong community supporting them. Holy Trinity fits that description perfectly.
What is your favorite class this year? Why do you enjoy it?
My favorite class this year is Economics primarily because of its real-world applications. Economics teaches me things that relate to the real world and match up with my interests.
Has there been a teacher/coach/counselor/administrator at Holy Trinity who has positively influenced you? Please explain:
One of my football coaches, Coach Diff, has had a huge influence on my life. He has pushed me to my limits and not only made me a stronger and better football player, but a stronger and better person. The lessons and positivity that he has bestowed on me will definitely be carried with me as I move on with my life.
What has been a “highlight” of your time at Holy Trinity? Please describe a moment that you enjoyed and/or made you proud:
My senior year football season has been the “highlight” of my time at Holy Trinity. It has been incredible to be a part of one of the best teams in school history.
To what colleges are you applying? What is your intended major?
I have applied to Northeastern University, Boston University, Fordham University, Loyola University, Syracuse University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Binghamton University, Drexel University, and Baruch College. I plan on studying Business.
What will you miss the most about Holy Trinity?
I am going to miss the close-knit community and all of the friends that I have made here.
Do you have any advice for incoming Holy Trinity students?
Don’t take your time here for granted. As a freshman, four years seems like forever…but as a senior, you realize that four years goes by in the blink of an eye. Make an effort to live in the moment and enjoy your time.
Alex Parciak (#25) making the tackle against St. John the Baptist
Alex Parciak with Coach John "Diff" Diffendale
Alex Parciak (third from right) with his coaches and teammates as they receive
their CHSFL 'AA" Division Championship Trophy