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Mission Statement

Our Mission Blessed Trinity Catholic School is the parish school of Assumption, St. Peter’s and St. Richard’s. We are clearly Catholic, intentionally inclusive and academically excellent. We are devoted to wholly educating children to their greatest potential as images of God.


Blessed Trinity offers excellent educational opportunities and places considerable importance on academic achievement. We value our well-rounded core curriculum consisting of: Art, English, Literature and Reading, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Religion, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, Technology Integration and Spelling.

Many hands make light work! And educating children takes many hands. Blessed Trinity serves a diverse population with almost 50% English language learners. Our students are often challenged in keeping up with academics while learning a second language. We are seeking to expand our list of tutors to support all of our students to ensure they are prepared for a successful future.

At Blessed Trinity, like all schools and parishes in the archdiocese, volunteers are required to complete the Essential 3 before beginning their ministry. The Essential 3 includes a background check, signing a code of conduct and attending a VIRTUS training session. These items need to be maintained over time with additional training as outlined by the Office for the Protection of Children and Youth (OPCY).


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