Trinity seeks students who are willing to grow, are honest and respectful of others, strive to fulfill their potential as learners and as leaders, and will flourish in an academic environment focused on using one’s mind well.
At Trinity, we believe in the following things:
- Catholic Identity: Our Catholic identity is based on the integral part we plan in the Church’s mission to proclaim the Gospel, build a community of faith, and to promote service to others.
- Educational Excellence: Our rigorous curriculum and academic programs challenge faculty and students to pursue intellectual development and achieve their personal best.
- Integrity: Our commitment to live with sincerity is practiced in the classroom, in our arts and athletics programs, in our work in the community, and in our weekly worship.
- Community: Our family-oriented community is created by every single member of Trinity—student, faculty, staff, administration, coach, parent, and clergy member—our community is nurtured and developed to be supportive and affirmative of the dignity of all persons through every interaction, every day.
- Service: The Gospel calls us to serve God through lifelong service to others, which we incorporate into our curriculum, extra-curricular activities, annual trips, and daily interaction with others.
- Wholeness: We provide our students diverse opportunities to lead and grow intellectually, spiritually, physically and socially.
- Lifelong Learning: Learning is a lifelong process and we encourage our students to take ownership of their learning and find solutions to life’s challenges using the strong foundation acquired at Trinity and with the example provided in the Gospels.
Upon completion of the course of study at Trinity High School, it is hoped that our graduates will:
- Live the gospel values by following Jesus as disciples and building a strong relationship with God through reliance on the Church’s teachings in their daily lives.
- Affirm the dignity of all people by respecting the God-given uniqueness of themselves and others.
- Minister to communities through leadership & service.
- Believe in themselves, having the confidence to succeed and make a difference for individuals, and in the Church, politics, and society.
- Take responsibility and be prepared to act independently to meet future challenges, both professional & personal.
- Embrace learning for life, adapting and developing skills in order to respond to the needs of an ever-changing world as well as seeking answers to life’s questions.