What distinguishes Trinity from other schools?
Do any non-Catholics attend Trinity?
Do all Trinity students take theology classes?
Is financial aid available?
Does Trinity have a dress code?
Does Trinity provide transportation?
What is the average class size at Trinity?
Who is accepted to Trinity?
How many students are involved in athletics and extracurricular activities?
Which sports are offered at Trinity?
Which co-curricular activities are offered?
What percentage of Trinity graduates are accepted to college?
Where can I find more information about applying to Trinity?
Is there anywhere I can find facts "at a glance"?
According to student/parent/faculty feedback: the community we have here, our faculty, our students, our faith, our service, our academic success, the quality of kid we graduate from here, the quality of daily school life here, our safe environment, our support of all of our students, our students care for one another, our extracurricular activities enhance our overall school experience.
Yes. The majority of our students are Catholic but students of all religious denominations are more than welcome in our school community.
Yes. As a Diocesan Catholic high school, Trinity is committed to its central purpose of teaching the Gospel values within the teachings of the Catholic Church. While non-Catholics are welcome to attend, they must understand that Trinity reflects the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Yes. Trinity does have a limited financial aid program for families in need. Click here for more information.
Yes. All Trinity students are expected to take pride in their appearance. Our Parent/Student Handbook (available here) contains specific dress code regulations.
No. Some towns without high schools do offer transportation to Trinity. Your town’s educational office would have transportation information. Car pooling is also available. For a carpool list, please click here.
15 students. The ratio of teachers to students in the building is 1:12.7
Any student who is successfully completing the 8th grade may apply for admission to Trinity. All students wishing to transfer into the 10th and 11th grades must be interviewed and evaluated on an individual basis. Trinity admits students of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origin.
More than 95% of Trinity students become involved in some form of extracurricular activity.
Boys’ sports include: football, soccer, golf, cross country, basketball, hockey, skiing, indoor track, baseball, tennis, outdoor track and lacrosse. Girls’ sports include: soccer, volleyball, cheerleading (fall and winter), golf, cross country, basketball, skiing, indoor track, softball, tennis, outdoor track. We have had individual athletes in swimming, gymnastics and wrestling in the past few years.
Trinity offers: Academic Decathlon, band, campus ministry, choral program, class offices, drama club, literary magazine, Granite State Challenge, math team, National Honor Society, newspaper, outing club, Student Council, FIRST Robotics team, writer’s club, yearbook and Youth and Government.
For the past four years, all Trinity seniors who applied to college were accepted to college. In 2010, 96% went to four year schools with 4% going to two-year programs.
Visit the "Admissions" section of our website. There, you'll find all the information, forms, and deadlines that you might need. Be sure to read through the FAQ on the admission page, too, as many of those questions are specific to the admissions process.
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