Academic Affairs


Trinity offer Music classes in grades K – 8 as part of our regular curriculum.

Standardized Testing

Each year Grade 3 and up are given nationally standardized tests.  The feedback from these tests assists us in monitoring our programs to insure that our students are given an excellent academic preparation.

Field Trips

Periodically during the year, we will take the children on field trips.  These ventures are an important part of a child’s learning experience.  You will be fully informed prior to each trip.  In order for your child to participate, you must return a signed permission slip before the scheduled trip.  Children will not be allowed to call home for permission the day of the trip.  Faxed or verbal permission will not be accepted.  Permission not on a Diocesan Form will not be accepted.   If you are asked to drive, you will be required to show proof of insurance (preferably at the $100,000/$300,000 liability level). Diocesan requirements also state that we need a photocopy of your driver’s license.  No side trips for refreshments are permitted!  All drivers must have a valid Code of Conduct certificate.

Physical Education Excuse

Any excuse from physical education must be in writing from a doctor stating the length of time the student is excused and the reason.  This form should be given to the student for him/her to present when he/she accompanies the physical education class to the area of instruction.

Special Situations

If a concern arises regarding a particular student situation, parents will be notified.  We ask that parents notify the school, should awareness of a concern develop at home.  Then home and school and the Holy Spirit can work together on a growth-and-peace-producing solution. Examples of such concerns might be relationships, academic difficulties, behavioral problems, consistently poor decision-making, a sudden negative change in a child’s attitude or behavior.

It is clear to the principal and teachers that our ministry is to support your parental ministry with consistency for your children.


All families are expected to donate a minimum of 20 hours per year and to participate in at least 2 fundraisers.  All families must work the Auction fundraiser and solicit or donate four items.  All families are expected to support all fundraisers as fundraisers make up the difference between tuition and the actual cost per student.

Other daily programs are enriched by your presence in our school assisting with the education of children.  The Volunteer form filled out during the registration process details the many opportunities available.  In-school volunteers must have a valid Code of Conduct certificate.