Seventeen year old Fil-Aus Trinity Young has shown again that not only is she a multi-awarded singer, but that she also excels academically.   Recently, the teenager from Central Coast received from her school Mackillop Catholic College, the following Academic Awards:  First in Math, First in Music, First in Drama and First in Food Technology.

When asked to comment about receiving these Academic Awards, Trinity said:

I feel proud of myself that I have worked hard and this motivates me to keep doing my best. It makes me grateful for everything and the support I have been given. I will aspire to work harder for the last few months of Year 12.  I am working hard towards polishing my performances for my Music HSC. I am working with Mum towards practising my voice.

And what are her immediate plans?

After school I definitely am going straight into university. I want to continue having music and singing in my life and maybe get into acting a bit more.

Trinity have also received a number of Academic Awards during the earlier part of her schooling.   It is noteworthy that when she was in Year 10, she received the Overall Performing Arts Award instead of being given the Year 10 Performing Arts Award.

She has also received international awards of Freddie G Outstanding Individual Performance and the Junior Festival All-Stars Awards from Sacramento, California where she sang her winning piece, "Part of Your World" (from the Little Mermaid) when she participated in the Junior Theatre Festival in California, U.S.A. in 2020.

Over the years, Trinity has performed in various fundraising and other community events.  She attributes her singing passion and skill to her grandfather Daddy Joe Tomada and mother June Tomada Young who is a vocal and music teacher and popular performer in the Central Coast.  Trinity’s father Patrick and younger brother Noah (11 yrs) are her and her mother’s number one fans.

Outside of her studies and music world, Trinity works part time in a food outlet. In line with her always doing her best in whatever she undertakes, Trinity has also been awarded “Legend of the Period” in Period 1 2022 by her employer.

Trinity has many more years to accomplish what she sets out to do.  The Australian Filipina wishes her continued success.

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