Welcome to Most Holy Trinity Elementary School!

Whether you have selected Most Holy Trinity as your child's new school or are researching schools to find the right fit for your child and your family, we're glad you found us!  We know how important choosing the right school is to the happiness and success of your child.  It is always an honor to have the opportunity to partner with parents in the education of their children and we take our role seriously.

We believe that parents are the first educators of their children.  At Most Holy Trinity, we consider it our responsibility to support our parents in that critical task. 

“The school is here to support the first teachers of our students, their parents.  We are here to help them raise their children to become the Saints they are called to be.” - Maggie MacCleary, Principal of Most Holy Trinity School


There is always a lot to learn about a new school so please remember that we are here to help!  Please look over the Parent Pages of our site for helpful information about the diocesan “Called to Protect” program, volunteering here at MHT, earning money for tuition through our scrip program, and so on.  Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.  We are here to support you!

For your student, we strive to create a rich learning environment. 

Here are a few of the things we offer:

  • a strong core curriculum
  • Great Books system of Shared Inquiry
  • small class size
  • curriculum includes computer literacy, music, and Spanish
  • extracurricular enrichement classes
  • full-time preschool beginning with age 3
  • team sports for our older students and Athletes In Training for our younger students
  • Math Lab for extra practice or assistance with homework
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"Our educational work should go this way to achieve harmony - harmony in all the boys and girls who have been entrusted to us; inner harmony, the harmony of their personality. It is by working in a hands-on way, imitating God, molding the lives of those kids like clay, that we achieve harmony and rescue them from the dissonances perennial darkness. Harmony, by contrast, is bright and clear; it is light. What we have to achieve is the harmony of a heart that grows and that we accompany in this educational journey."

~ Pope Francis (then, Cardinal Bergoglio – April 18, 2012)