|Trinity High School's small, family-oriented community atmosphere, college-prep curriculum, Pre-Professional Internship Program, life-changing youth ministry program and diverse student body makes Trinity an attractive option for students and families from a wide variety of religions, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds and geographic areas. Here are some facts about Trinity that you might not have known:
- Trinity students come from 44 zip codes and 6 counties across Northeast Ohio.
- Private schools are not subject to the Ohio Report Card system, however if Trinity were to be measured against the same criteria used to measure public schools, Trinity would qualify for an EXCELLENT rating, based on a Performance Index Calculation of 106.48.
- Our teachers give an average of 15 years of service to Trinity.
- Over 50 members of the Class of 2016 went on Trinity’s Eighth Grade Retreat last fall.
- Are you the only student coming to Trinity from your grade school? You are not alone! Members of the Class of 2016 are coming from 34 different grade schools.
- 70 businesses and organizations in the greater Cleveland area see the potential in our students and the Pre-Professional Internship Program. This represents a significant investment from the community, and plenty of opportunities for professional experiences beyond the classroom for our students.
- Members of Trinity's student body come from 47 cities—as far west as North Ridgeville, as far east as Aurora and as far south as Brunswick.
- The Class of 2012 received over $5.9 million in scholarship and grant money from 45 colleges and universities.
- 99 percent of last year's seniors indicated that they will go on to study at the collegiate level.
- Trinity is represented at 30 college and university campuses around the country by the Class of 2012.
- Trinity's unique Pre-Professional Internship Program has been featured in Newsweek, Cleveland Magazine, the CollegeBoard's 2012 Catalog of Effective Practices and Momentum, the official journal of the National Catholic Educational Association.
- Trinity students are well-rounded. They typically graduate with over 30 credits—that's at least nine more than what is required by the State of Ohio.
- When it first opened in 1926, Trinity was an all girls school called Saint Joseph Academy, but it had no affiliation with the current Saint Joseph Academy in Cleveland.
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