I want to say Thank you to Mrs Wells for always supporting the students and being a very loving, caring teacher. Without her my granddaughter would never have been able to make her first holy communion and be part of something really important to her. Thank you for being such an awesome teacher.
This is a small community and they are a very supportive school. It feels like home when you enter the school. Everyone is so friendly and nice. I'm glad I am a part of this community along with my grandchildren who attend this school.
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.