Think "pink" when you think of Trinity Catholic High School.
This week, students went pink in support of breast cancer awareness month.
"Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women. About 85 percent of breast cancer's occur in women who have no family history if breast cancer," said Katie Murphy, a senior at TCHS.
"There are more than 2.6 million breast cancer survivors in the United States," said Kelly Sheridan, also a senior at TCHS.
The school raised thousands of dollars for Stamford Hospital's Bennet Cancer Center breast cancer programs.
"I want you to all feel a great sense of pride for doing this today because it is so important," said Mayor Michael Pavia.
Friday, all students wore pink and formed the breast cancer awareness ribbon symbol on the schools' football field.