Award Year: 2017
Holy Trinity Parish School, in partnership with the parish community and parents, seeks to build a strong spiritual and excellent academic foundation for all students.
- Black/African American: 1%
- White: 92%
- Hispanic: 3%
- Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1%
- Asian: 2%
- Two or more races: 1%
- Economically Disadvantaged: 0%
Holy Trinity Parish School - Collage
Holy Trinity Parish School is a community where high expectations are combined with innovative and creative learning opportunities. Students explore their academic, spiritual, service-oriented, enrichment, fine/performing arts, and physical activity interests. The school's belief in educating the whole child has inspired numerous co-curricular and extracurricular classes, mission trips, and theatrical performances. The goal to develop the whole child also impacted the school's strategic plan, which led to the purchase of an auditorium and other spaces for students to showcase their talents.
Holy Trinity's STEAM initiative has been expanded throughout the school. Holy Trinity Parish School believes that training of the faculty and staff is paramount to the success of this goal and makes yearly commitments to send faculty to local and national conferences. Due to recent STEAM professional development, students receive formal classes in coding, robotics, video engineering, Google Lab, and additional science lab opportunities.
The school's approach to mission driven holistic education allows each student to reach his/her full potential. With an emphasis on critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity, students are afforded the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the curriculum and its connection to the world around them.
Holy Trinity Parish School takes great pride in being honored as a National Blue Ribbon School for the second time. The school knows the foundation to all of the success is the teachers, staff, parishioners, parents, and students who come together each day to provide a dynamic learning environment for our twenty-first-century learners.