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Holy Trinity Catholic School

Private | PK-8 | 17 students


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Posted May 7, 2014

My child spent several years at Holy Trinity but won't be returning. It is NOT the school it used to be. The principal is a nice man, but not principal material - bullying is out of control and he doesn't think there is a discipline problem. When legitimate issues are taken to him he tells parents if they don't like it LEAVE. Also there is no consistency in the uniform policy - seems to me the principal would like to do away with them. That is one of the reasons we came to a Catholic School. Sadly everyone knows, the school is run by one of the receptionists - When issues are taken to the priest he tells parents to call the Archdiocese, he is going out of the country on a trip. Full tuition is paid by very few parents - one student has repeatedly threatened to harm students, himself and has already attempted to set the building on fire and no one in a position of authority has acted to deal with the problem. Academics is not a focus or a priority - the teachers are unmotivated and frustrated and so is the school.
—Submitted by a parent

Posted October 15, 2013

Our daughter has really enjoyed growing and learning at Holy Trinity. We love the staff.
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Posted October 4, 2012

We love Holy Trinity, our two boys have been there since preschool and kindergarten, and they are about to finish middle school, and I have to say that the boys are what they are because of the environment, and the teachers are amazing, fore they do not only care for the academics but also for the children themselves.
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Posted June 9, 2012

I like the school because more than half the kids are very friendly, but I think that it's way too strict. The gym teachers push the kids way too hard, and the dress code is unreal. If you're a girl you can't have nail polish, and if you're a boy you can't have earrings. In middle school you get in trouble if your shirt is untucked or if you have short socks.

Posted January 27, 2012

We are very pleased with the school, especially the Catholic environment. The teachers genuinely care about our child and take an active interest in his growth academically and spiritually. The priests are great! The Principal is building this community into a vibrant family of faith. We will be here until both our children are ready for high school.
—Submitted by a parent

Posted January 26, 2012

We are very happy with HT! Our kindergartener is a new student there. She loves her teacher and assistant who are very caring and kind. The principal is a great leader who runs a tight ship. We plan on sending our other kids there. HT is helping us provide a great foundation of virtues and values that will last a lifetime.
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Posted August 23, 2011

We are so blessed this year! We have a wonderful NEW prinicpal and two NEW priests. The schools educational program is exceptional. As we enter the new school year, you can feel the excitment all around the school. The changes have been wonderful and it shows the minute you walk into the school. Teachers and students are excited! We are lucky enough to be able to place our child in a private school and the classroom sizes are perfect, the disipline is exceptional and the religious education is wonderful. Before the changes we thought of changing, but no more. Our prayers have been answered and this SCHOOL is everyting we want. Thank you Holy Trinity!
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Posted November 9, 2010

i daughter attenended this school and it was very helpful in many ways, in life education, in needs and I would like for it to get this help to help out others.

Posted October 2, 2009

3rd grade this year (2009/20010) has one teacher and 30 students, which is unacceptable. I'm required to re-teach my child every night we do home work.
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Posted October 2, 2009

HT currently has too many students per classroom. The principal is seems very aloof and doesn't seem to much care about parental input. Father Hilton seems to only focus on raising money for school and church improvements and seems entirely unconcerned about community service projects or assisting those who are less fortunate.
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Posted July 3, 2009

What a remarkable haven for children to learn, grow and experience the meaning of unity and support. From the faculty, parents and church leaders, Holy Trinity truly pushes students to exceed and have accountability (spiritually and academically) which is essential to become a true success in life. Mediocrity doesn't exist here. Thank you Holy Trinity!
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Posted October 23, 2008

I love this school. I have learned over the years even the new students make friends very qickly. i am currently at holy Trinity and everyone is very nice. If i were you i would sign my kid up, its worth it
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Posted September 17, 2008

I think that this school is just average. I like the atmosphere and the staff, but the rules are way too strict. For girls, you can't have hair that touches your a eye brows. For boys, your hair can't touch your collar in the back. I love the new gym though.
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Posted July 13, 2008

I love HT. I graduated recently and am doing quite well in high school. As are most of my friends. Out of the top 3 students in my class this year, 2 attended Holy Trinity. Countless awards and top class grades went to former Holy Trinity students. Obviously, this school can have its problems at times, like all schools, but overall, it's great.
—Submitted by a student

Posted May 13, 2008

This school treats students and parents poorly. The prinicipal is too weak to discipline students who need it while focusing on minor infractions by good students. The amount of homework is excessive and repetitive and makes students dislike learning. The atmosophere of the school is changing into an inner city, bilingual school and the discipline and academics are following this trend. We will not be returning and anyone considering this school should run far and fast.
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Posted March 27, 2008

My children graduated from Holy Trintiy Catholic School and I am very pleased with the scholastic and religious education they received. They attending Holy Family High School and are doing extremely well academically. I feel Holy Trinity helped prepare them for this college preparatory high school.
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Posted February 10, 2008

I have rated this school for unsatisfactory for a good reason! The facility is old, they brag about a new gym that is most definatley not structurally safe, the science and math programs are the worst I have ever seen! When my child went to High School he faild math and science and so did the majority of the other children that were in his class. There is little if any principal leadership, and the priest that runs the school is all out for money. I wish I had taken my child out of HT earlier before it was to late! I strongly dont recommend this school to anyone!
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Posted February 10, 2008

This school is a joke! My children came home the other day in tears. I strongly dont reccomend this school
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Posted December 2, 2007

The gym and the school are awesome. All of the teachers really care, and at HT they really work to help you succeed in high school.
—Submitted by a student

Posted November 30, 2007

Holy Trinity just got a new gym, and it is just like the rest of the school, amazing! It adds to the already great staff, and allows the children to get the best education.

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Ethnicity This school State average
Hispanic 45% 32%
White 40% 56%
Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander 15% 3%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0% 1%
Black 0% 5%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 0% 0%
Two or more races 0% 3%
Source: NCES, 2011-2012

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