Trinity Students singing

The Perth Concert Hall was filled with TC spirit last night as we celebrated the 2019 Presentation Night! Always a spectacular evening, this year did not disappoint. The Trinity Massed Choir performed a stunning rendition of the Imagine Dragons song 'It's Time'. Year 12 soloists Ethan Gosatti and Semisi Amato were both terrific; their hard work and preparation certainly paid off!

Head Prefect Simon Homsany gave an inspiring Valedictory Address which was followed by a series of musical items. No one was more surprised than the Imperium XIX dancers when Dance Co-ordinator Mrs Paula Nicoletto jumped up on stage and joined in with them. They performed their dance 'Gallipoli', which recently won 5th place in Wakakirri, Australia's largest performing arts event for schools. 

In his Principal's Address, Mr Darren O'Neill reflected on his inaugural year at the College and thanked the Trinity students, staff and families for making him feel so welcome. Following the Year 11 and 12 prizes, Mr O'Neill formally presented the 2020 Prefects to the Trinity community and introduced Cameron Pell as Head Prefect and Riley Mattingley as Deputy Head Prefect. 

As is Trinity tradition, the evening concluded with a performance by the Trinity Pipes & Drums, followed by a performance by lone piper Alex Pagano.

Congratulations to all the award winners! Below is a list of the Head of Year and some of the Year 12 award recipients.

AwardStudent
Head of Year 7 Lachlan Brown
Head of Year 8 Joel Carcich
Head of Year 9 Myles Brown
Head of Year 10 Ben Tucker
Head of Year 11 Kinta Pinchin-Yamada
Head of Year 12 Lachlan Sibosado
Old Boys' Prize Jean-Paul Starkie
Head Prefect (Christian Brothers' Medal) Simon Homsany
JP Ilich Award (Outstanding Service to the school in sport) Alexander Rossi
Proxime Accessit Thomas Green
Dux of College Samuel Pesce
Archbishop's Prize for Christian Leadership Luca Rossi