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As a junior high school student, you and your family have many choices when it comes to where you will spend your important and memorable high school years. It is vital to explore your options and discover which high school best fits your needs - academically, socially and spiritually.

Your search starts with collecting information about and researching the high schools in which you are interested. Complete the form below and we will mail you a general information packet. You will also be added to Trinity's mailing list to receive regular communications from us. Please note, if you have previously visited Trinity, you have been already been added to our mailing list.

If you are currently enrolled at another high school and are thinking about transferring to Trinity, please click here.

Our challenging curriculum and dedicated teachers help students achieve academic success. Consistent with Trinity's college-prep curriculum, our block schedule is like the schedules used in America's colleges and universities where students focus on four classes each term. Students take four classes from August-January, then start fresh with four new classes from mid-January to June.

As a school chartered by the State of Ohio and accredited by the Ohio Catholic Schools Accrediting Association and the North Central Association of Schools, Trinity High School requires all graduating students to meet or exceed state minimum standards, including earning a passing grade on all required State of Ohio tests. In order to receive a Trinity High School diploma, a student must earn 28.5 credits from high schools chartered by the State of Ohio Department of Education. This, coupled with the experience of the Pre-Professional Internship Program, makes for a well-rounded student prepared for the academic rigor found at the collegiate level.

The Block Scheduling Advantage

  • Personal attention during class time
  • Low student to teacher ratio of 12:1
  • Expert teachers involve you in creative projects and interactive activities

A Typical Freshman Schedule Might Look Like This:

  • Internship 101
  • Standard English or Honors English 9
  • Health and Physical Education I
  • Algebra Concepts, Algebra 1 or Honors Algebra 1
  • Modern Biology or Biological Science
  • World History or AP World History
  • Theology 9
  • An elective from the list below

Freshman Electives

  • Fundamentals of Art and Design
  • Introduction to Cooking and Nutrition
  • The Art of the Theatre
  • Concert Band
  • Music Appreciation
  • THS Singers

Download a complete list of offered courses. (PDF)