Field trips enhance students' learning experiences and reinforce concepts taught in class. Parents/guardians must sign and return an official school consent form before a student is allowed to participate in an activity away from the school. If the excursion is an overnight trip, parents/guardians must print and sign an overnight trip contract as well.
Holy Trinity' Student Code of Conduct remains in effect during school-sponsored trips. Unless otherwise indicated, the Dress Code should be followed on school outings. Field trips are important educational experiences and at no time should a student be denied that experience due to financial difficulties. Please contact your Vice Principal if this is a concern.
Canadian and World Studies Enrichment Trips
The Canadian and World Studies department engages students inside and outside of the classroom regarding their role and place in society.
The Speakers' Forum
Every year, the Canadian and World Studies Curriculum Chairs and the Equity and Diversity Office in the PVNC Catholic District Board organize an educational speakers' forum to inspire and create dialogue on social faith and justice.
Retreats enhance students' faith development. This year, Grade 10 students visited The Refuge in Oshawa. The day retreat is called "In Another's Shoes" where students learn and experience through activities and social media discussion about youth homelessness.
The Grade 9 student retreat is at St. Therese Parish Hall during the school day. The retreat is entitled "Journey with God and Others".
The Grade 10 students visit The Refuge and go on a walking tour of the local area.
The Grade 11 students go on a World Religions Temple Tour where they visit different Religious facilities.
The Grade 12 students go to Ganaraska Forest for Tree Top Trekking for the day and the theme of their retreat is "Vocation and Choices".