Our Core Values and Beliefs Statement:
The Trumbull High School Community, which engages in an environment conducive to learning, believes that all students will read and write effectively, therefore communicating in an articulate and coherent manner. All students will participate in activities that address problem-solving through critical thinking. Students will use technology as a tool in decision making. We believe that by fostering self-confidence, self-directed and student-centered activities, we will encourage independent thinking and learning. We believe ethical conduct to be paramount in sustaining our welcoming school climate. Click here for Core Values rubrics...
News and Features
Senior Yearbook Dedications & Business Ads
The deadline for dedications has been extended to NOVEMBER 15. Parents of graduating seniors can purchase a dedication ad in the 2023 yearbook by visiting www.yearbookordercenter.com (school code 14201) to upload photos and design your message. Sports teams can honor their seniors and local businesses can also support our yearbook program with a business advertisement. Visit the same site and upload your design.
School Photos & Retakes
Grade 9, 10, and 11 photos (and IDs for grades 9 & 11) will be distributed during the Nov. 16 advisory. Students who took a photo but did not order pictures will receive a proof card, which can be used to order photos. Retakes are on November 17 in the lower media center during periods 4, 5, 6, 7. Students opting for a retake should bring the original package back; the new photo will appear in the yearbook. Students who missed the original photo day should stop by to take their picture.
2023 yearbooks are now available for preorder. Preorder your copy by visiting www.yearbookordercenter.com (school code 14201). Seniors experiencing financial hardships should contact their school counselor about our need-based yearbook scholarship program.
Important Message on Computing Device Expectations for 2022-23:
Starting this school year, all Trumbull High School students are expected to bring a computing device to school every day. Like a notebook and pen, we are expecting each student to have a computing device with them at all times. This has been communicated with students and families at the end of the last school year and during the summer.This new expectation does not mean that students will be on their device during every class every day. Teachers will be able to plan instruction thoughtfully and intentionally using technology to support student learning and creativity. A student’s smartphone is not an acceptable computing device. For more information, including our Loaner Device Program and our BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Program, please click here.
Click here to remit payment through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal
Parents must have an Infinite Campus Parent Portal account to complete payment for the Chromebook Loaner Program. If you do not have an account, please contact your House Counseling Office.
All Visitors must have a photo I.D. to enter Trumbull High School.
Entrance and Sign-In takes place at the front of the building only.