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Academics

Early Elementary
Course of Instruction
The basic program in Preschool includes religion, language, mathematics, personal-social development, social studies, media art, music, science, and sensory-motor development.

The basic program in Transitional Kindergarten includes religion, communication and language arts, mathematics, self, family and community, science, art, physical education, music and rhythm, and technology

The underlying instructional strategy in Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten is the use of organized and free-play activities that are intended to provide opportunities for the child to interact, explore and relate successfully in his/her environment.

Elementary
Course of Instruction
The basic program in Kindergarten through Third Grade includes religion, language arts and literacy, mathematics, music, art, and physical education. Concepts of social studies, science, health, and safety are incorporated into the basic program. Use of technology and blended learning structures are integrated into the instructional program. 

The basic program in grades Four through Eight includes religion, mathematics, language arts and critical literacy, social studies, science, fine arts, physical education, and health. Use of technology is integrated into the instructional program. 

Middle School
The basic program in Middle School includes a deepening and enriching of the skills and content learned in elementary school.  Our curriculum focuses on religion, language arts and literacy mathematics, music, art, and physical education. Middle School students conduct more independent, group, and applied work, all culminating in multi-disciplinary projects.  Concepts of social studies, science, health, and safety are incorporated into the basic program. The Middle School uses technology extensively in instruction.

The Graduate at Graduation
Most importantly, our graduates leave Most Holy Trinity School with a desire to lead with love.  They are young men and young women who live for others.  They have been prepared for the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Communion in second grade and are well-versed in Catholic theology.  They are extremely literate critical thinkers and they understand that justice starts with love in action.  They use their knowledge and faith to create a better world.