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Catholic Identity

Who we are as a Catholic school permeates the entire Trinity experience, both in and out of the classroom. School-Wide practices from our Catholic Tradition include:

Regular Celebration of the Mass

Daily School-Wide Prayer

Daily Theology Classes

Class Retreats

Opportunities to Receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation

Daily Advent and Lenten Observances

Symbols of Our Faith to Mark the Student Faith Journey


All parents want their children to grow up to be happy and fulfilled. And yes, academic preparation is a requirement for any institution that calls itself a school. However, academic preparation alone falls far short of helping our children to reach true happiness and fulfillment. As a Catholic school, Trinity's mission is to bring to that academic preparation something far greater — a value system rooted in our Christian faith and experienced through our Catholic traditions, while welcoming students of all faiths.

At a time when the term "values" can mean many things and may change according to the tides of public opinion, the values taught through our Church remain as a guide by which we are able to choose what is right.

Trinity High School is operated under the auspices of the Diocese of Manchester and inspired by the tradition of the Christian Brothers De La Salle. Our theology program is designed in conjunction with the Diocese of Manchester and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework for Young People of High School Age. 

Educating our students in a tradition of: Faith, Scholarship and Character as a Catholic School of Academic Excellence