On Monday, the Trinity Union High School in New Orleans began a new school year with the unveiling of a new logo.
The new logo will feature a student on a football field, and the word “Trinity” will appear on the side of the school.
It will also feature a picture of a student standing with the word on the front of their uniform.
“We wanted to make a statement and make our school a destination for people from all over the country,” Trinity School Board member Jason Latham told CBS News.
The school board decided to take this opportunity to introduce a new look to the school that is more representative of the diversity of students, he added.
In the new logo, the school will be in a different building, with different colors, Latham said.
“We’ve got to go from there.
That’s the bottom line.”
The new logo was inspired by a real-life incident where a transgender student from the school was kicked out of school.
In 2016, a transgender male student in the district was expelled after a judge ruled that he was not in compliance with school policy regarding transgender students.
Latham said the new school is still being finalized, and it will not be released to the public until it is approved by the district.