Our alumni continue to flourish academically after they leave Holy Trinity. We are proud of their efforts. Join our HT Alumni Facebook to keep track of our graduates.

Spotlight on our Alumni

(To protect the privacy of our alumni, information about their current locations is not provided)
Tabon Ward
  • Tabon became a member of the HT community as a preschooler and graduated in 2012. He was an active participant of the drama program and as an eighth grader portrayed Daddy Warbucks in the HT performance of "Annie".
  • He continued to thrive in performance arts during his time at Bishop McNamara High School.
  • Tabon is majoring in Popular Music Performance at a west coast school
  • His current accomplishments include being a back up singer for Good Charlotte in the James Corden Late Night Show and the release of his cover song of With You
 Sydni Williams
  • Sydni started at HT as a little preschooler and graduated in 2009.
  • She attended St. John's College High School
  • At Wake Forest, Sydni graduated in 2017 with a degree in Communication and a minor in Statistics. In her time at Wake, she co-hosted a weekly radio show featuring special guests and highlighting the latest news on campus.
  • Early in her career, Sydni joined SunTrust Bank in Atlanta, GA as a development analyst in their Corporate Functions Development Program. Recently she had a major career boost when Google hired her to be their Staffing Channels Specialist.
  • (Updated 2018)
Elizabeth Carter
  • Elizabeth started in Kindergarten and graduated in 2006 from HT
  • She attended Archbishop Carol High School
  • IAt Johnson & Wales University, she majored in Sports/Entertainment/Event Management
  • Currently, Elizabeth works as a Financial Crimes Specialist 
  • (Updated 2018)

Morgan Pitts
  • Enrolled in HT in grade 6 and graduated in 2005
  • Attended Bishop McNamara High School
  • Majored in Business Marketing from Univ. of Maryland (College Park)
  • Currently Morgan is an eCommerce Sales Specialist at a high-end store
  • She is also the Creator-in-Chief of
  • (updated 2018)

Shaan Singh
  • Joined HT in the 4th grade and graduated in 2013
  • Attended Eleanor Roosevelt High School (Science and Tech). He founded the company Blue Cocoa, Inc. in the summer of 2014 when he was fifteen years old. He works with a multitude of coding languages and platforms as he explores the possibilities of artificial intelligence and computer vision in medicine and consumer technology. He started studying Objective-C books and ended up releasing two apps to the App Store. In 2014 and 2015, he won an international scholarship from Apple for his iOS skills. During his high school tenure, Shaan researched a way to diagnose autism with machine learning at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins Medicine.
  • Shaan is thriving in college, majoring in Computer Science Honors (mind, brain, and behavior track)
  • (udated 2018)
Alicia Briscoe
  • Joined HT in 5th grade and graduated in 2010
    Went to St. John’s College High School
  • Graduated from University of Maryland, General Biology in 2018
  • Currently a D1 in a dental school
  • (updated 2018)
Jordan Taylor
  • Started at HT in 5th grade and graduated in 2008
  • Attended Bishop McNamara HS
  • Went to Clemson University and graduated with a B.A. in Performing Arts with a Music Concentration
  • Currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Choral Conducting.
  • Jordan is a Resident Member of the Opera Carolina Opera Chorus and Member and Featured Soloist of the Charlotte Master Chorale.
  • (updated 2018)
Leena Zarro
  • Started at HT in kindergarten and graduated in 2009
  • Attended Roosevelt High School (Science and Tech Program); received achievements award from Society of WomenEngineers
  • Majored in Health Care Management and Minored in Business from Towson. Leena was selected to intern for the Executive team at Medstar and also received an award for academic excellence from the College of Health Professionals.
  • Currently works as Health Care Analyst as well as working towards a Masters in Information Systems
  • (updated 2018)
Rohini Bahethi
  • Enrolled at HT in Kindergarten and graduated in 2009
  • Attended Severna Park High School where she also ran track
  • Received majors in Biology and Chemistry and a minor in Music from UNC.
  • In college, she joined a medical and dental team who volunteered to treat the underprivileged in Nicaragua
  • As a recipient of the DAAD-RISE scholarship, Rohini also found time to carry out research in adenocarcinoma in a research lab in Dusseldorf (Germany) and was selected to present her studies at a prestigious conference.
  • Currently, attends medical school and helps in a free clinic, medical research and serves as a mentor to some middle school girls.
  • (updated 2018)
Haley Paskalides
  • Started at HT in Kindergarten and graduated in 2005
  • Attended South River High School
  • Majored in Communication Studies and Journalism from UNC (Wilmington)
  • Currently works as an Assistant Editor for a publishing company
  • (updated 2018)



Laura Thomas
  • Started in preschool at HT and graduated in 2004
  • Attended St. Mary's High School
  • Received a degree in Community Health Education from University of North Carolina (Wilmington) and has a Masters of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Meredith College
  • Currently Laura spends time as a Fitness Dietitian + Coach as well as a college Football Sports Nutrition Intern
  • (updated 2018)
Stephanie Brashears
  • Attended preschool in HT and graduated in 2004
  • Attended Severna Park High School
  • Received Nursing degree from AACC
  • Currently a Rapid Response Team and ICU Nurse
  • (updated 2018)

Meghan Bryant
  • Enrolled in HT in kindergarten and graduated in 2010
  • Attended Southern High School
  • Majored in Media Production from Salisbury University
  • Currently works as a Film Editor & Producer
  • (updated 2018)


Shelby Dieudonne
  • Enrolled in HT in the 5th grade and graduated in 2005
  • Went to St. Vincent Pallotti High School
  • In college, Shelby majored in Environmental Science
  • Works for Maryland Fire and Rescue
  • (Updated 2018)


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