Trinity Catholic High School focuses all of its efforts on providing for its students. Trinity offers a wide range of activities for students to participate in both inside and outside of the classroom.
New LATE START Policy
Effective January 1, 2016, students who arrive to school on late start days before 9:00 a.m. must report for supervised study hall in Room 116. Please see the list below for Second Semester Late Start Days.
- January 27
- February 17
- March 9
- April 6
- April 20
On average, 98% of Trinity Catholic graduates go on to attend college.
Approx. 48% of Trinity graduates receive college scholarships.
Trinity Catholic honor students have an average ACT score of 28, and standard level students average a score of 24.
All Trinity students take part in the Trinity Catholic iPad initiative.
Trinity students graduate with 31 credits, more than most area schools.
Students have the opportunity to take College Credit classes, and Trinity offers College Credit programs that can add up to 58 hours of college credit.
Trinity Catholic athletic teams have won 33 District Championships and have been a 6 time runner up in State Finals.
Archdiocese of St. Louis:
Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting
Victims of sexual abuse, in addition to contacting civil authorities, are asked to come forward in order to receive pastoral assistance. Reports of abuse may be made to any Pastor or to:
Deacon Phil Hengen, Director
Office of Child & Youth Protection
Missouri Dept. of Social Services
Children's Division Hotline Reporting Number