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Siobhan Samuelson, 16, Makhele Tamani, 18, and Danielle Giha Carelle, 16, have organised a free dress day at Trinity College to raise money for people affected by the cyclone in Fiji.Photo Paul Braven / The Observer
Siobhan Samuelson, 16, Makhele Tamani, 18, and Danielle Giha Carelle, 16, have organised a free dress day at Trinity College to raise money for people affected by the cyclone in Fiji.Photo Paul Braven / The Observer Paul Braven GLA290216TRINITY

TRINITY College is a school on the up, enrolments are increasing, its Da Vinci building is having its official opening on Monday and it has a new development application in with Gladstone Regional Council for its next project.

With so much going on the school is hosting its annual Twilight Showcase Open Night Event starting at 3.30pm today and finishing at 6.30pm.

It's a way the school can continue to grow by showcasing why it has been the popular choice for parents and students since it opened in 1985 as Gladstone Christian Community School and catered for primary education.

Over the years the college grew and extended in 1993 to include full- pre-school program.

In 1998 the college changes its name to Trinity College as it prepared to introduce secondary school.

The kindergarten program was introduced in 2012, catering for families wishing to have their children in a Christian early childhood setting.

In 2013 Trinity College commence senior secondary and now offers education from kindergarten to Year 12 on one site.

But it's not just the buildings and growth that has made it popular choice for parents and kids a like.

The school celebrates its student's achievements from unicycling, eisteddfod results, academic to being positive role models in the community.

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