Since graduating from Trinity Catholic Academy in 2014, Josue Medor has followed the call to excellence in academics and beyond. “After my years at TCA, I went to Cardinal Spellman High School. I was able to bring the faith foundation that I had established at TCA to my high school experience,” Josue said. “There were many
opportunities to put our faith into action through service, campus ministry, and in day to day life.”
Josue was one of 10 students honored through the Jefferson Awards Foundation for outstanding leadership in
service for work with the homeless.
While pursuing a degree in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at UMass Commonwealth Honors College, Josue made the Dean’s List each semester. His academic achievements and strong work ethic earned him several prestigious cancer research positions during college. As a graduate of UMass, Josue plans to pursue a doctorate in pharmacology.
“Trinity Catholic Academy was a major contributor to the success I have enjoyed to this point because of the foundation it has provided me,” Josue commented. “TCA has instilled a mindset in me that ‘I can do it’ from the very start.”