About THS

Trinity High School is a coeducational, Catholic school with a vibrant community of faith and learning, an innovative block schedule, unmatched emphasis on technology and a focus where it belongs: on students and their success. During the 2019-20 school year, Trinity serves 360 students in grades 9-12.

Our Mission
Supported by Franciscan values, a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, and the Pre-Professional Internship Program, Trinity High School educates young women and men to become compassionate servant leaders, critical thinkers, and life-long learners.

Trinity students are prepared for college and their eventual careers, thanks to our Pre-Professional Internship Program, rigorous college-prep curriculum, which includes Advanced Placement coursework in subjects such as English, Calculus, History, Spanish, Government and Art. More than 90 percent of our seniors go on to colleges and universities across the country. Each year, Trinity graduates are awarded millions in college scholarships.

Trinity teachers are experts in their fields, with 47 percent of our faculty having completed advanced degrees and giving an average of 12.5 years of service to Trinity. Teachers actively share in the faith, prayer and worship with students, including the regular celebration of school Masses.

Students also become involved in the Trinity community through our award-winning athletics and co-curricular activities. Trinity's 26-acre campus includes the main school building and several athletic fields. Trinity students enjoy championship interscholastic sports teams, a variety of clubs and organizations, and a thriving ministry program with yearly retreat experiences. At Trinity, students are encouraged to get involved in the religious formation of the school community, beginning their freshman year with their first retreat. Even before entering Trinity, students are offered the opportunity to experience our powerful eighth grade retreats, designed to awaken a student's spiritual life. These unique experiences strengthen our students' faith, helping them grow closer to God, their families and each other.

Spiritual growth occurs both in the classroom and the world beyond. Trinity's active ministry program makes faith come alive for teens. Our students have traveled across the country to protest the School of Americas at Fort Benning, Ga., but they also serve their own local parishes on a weekly basis as lectors, servers and Eucharistic ministers.

Trinity is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis. The Sisters have ministered on our campus since 1926.