History, Fast Facts and Bell Times
The Holy Trinity is the Relational Matrix of Life "create, love, act". This school's name honours the prominent place of the Holy Trinity in the Christian faith.
Holy Trinity's Official sod turning ceremony was held on December 13, 2001.
The official opening and blessing ceremony took place on October 19, 2003.
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This school community has developed a fine reputation in Courtice for excellence in adolescent spirituality, academics, credit achievement, and competitive athletics. In short, we have built a community dedicated to the fullest possible development of every individual in our school community.
Each school day has the following schedule. Bells ring at the beginning and end of each period.
Warning Bell: 8:15 A.M. - 8:20 A.M. (Hurry Up Music)
Period 1: 8:20 A.M. - 9:35 A.M.
Period 2: 9:40 A.M - 10:55 A.M.
Lunch: 10:55 A.M. - 11:35 P.M.
Period 3: 11:35 A.M. - 12:50 P.M.
Period 4: 12:55 P.M. - 2:10 P.M.
Dismissal: 2:10 P.M.
Covid -19 Schedule:
8:05 A.M. - 8:10 A.M. - Arrival of Grade 9's (Walking & Ride)
8:10 A.M. - 8:15 A.M. - Arrival of Grade 10's (Walking & Ride)
8:15 A.M. - 8:20 A.M. - Arrival of Grade 11's & 12's (Walking & Ride)
8:25 A.M. - 8:30 A.M. - Opening Exercises.
8:30 A.M -10:50 A.M. - Period 1
10:50A.M. - 11:50 A.M. - Lunch
11:50 A.M. - 2:10 P.M. - Period 2
Dismissal 2:10 P.M.
Chaplaincy and Parish Information
Holy Trinity is an inclusive community with a mission to develop the spiritual potential of all students as much as their academic and social potentials.
Academic programs at Holy Trinity exist within a spiritual orientation based on the Catholic faith. The tone of the school reflects a theme of respect and responsibility, a collaborative approach to problem solving, and a community focus made up of students, staff, parents, parish, and the wider community.
As a means towards the development of a Catholic Graduate, the following are encouraged:
A significant consciousness, in both teachers and students, of their responsibility to express Christian faith through what they say and do
Close cooperation between the home, the school and the parish community
An atmosphere of mutual tolerance, trust and respect; Positive discipline
A sense of order and student responsibility
A spirit of social concern locally, nationally, and internationally
Strong student-teacher relationships; Faculty involvement in all school affairs
Common prayer experiences for staff and students, especially in the form of liturgical celebration
Grade level retreats.
The school comes together to celebrate monthly school masses with its affiliated parish, St. Therese Roman Catholic Parish, led by Rev. Father Anthony Ezeonwueme; Associate Pastor Rev. Father Collins Okafor. A school chapel is also accessible to staff and students for personal reflection, and weekly masses.
Community groups are welcome to use the Holy Trinity facilities for appropriate activities, as long as community use does not interfere with our regular school requirements. A user fee will apply to offset costs associated with the use of school property.
Holy Trinity has the following facilities available to rent: