Better Education. Brighter Future.
Trinity Catholic High School is a welcoming, caring and diverse community committed to graduating responsible Christian citizens who are connected to God, dedicated to serving others and engaged in lifelong learning.
Trinity Catholic is fully accredited by the North Central Association, Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, an accreditation division of AdvancEd and the Committee on Accredited Schools and Colleges at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Trinity Catholic is a member of the National Catholic Education Association.
337 students in grades 9-12
8-day Alternating Block Schedule
Comprehensive Curriculum includes Honors, Standard and Fundamental class levels 2 Full-time learning consultants work with students who have diagnosed learning disabilities and IEPs.
100 hours of Christian Service required
Each student is equipped with an iPad
Religion - 4 credits
English - 4 credits
Social Studies - 3 credits
Mathematics - 4 credits (including geometry)
Science - 3 credits (including biology)
Fine Arts - 1 credit
Physical Education - 1.5 credits (including health)
Practical Arts - 1 credit (including personal finance)
Electives - 9.5 credits
Total - 31 credits
Students must also participate in an overnight retreat senior year, complete the 100 hour Christian Service requirement and pass the U.S. and Missouri constitution tests.
Honors level students - 28
Average adjusted score – 24
49 hours offered to juniors and seniors.
ACC Literature and Composition, ACC Spanish 3, ACC American History, ACC Language and Composition, ACC Spanish 4, ACC Western Civilization, ACC Calculus, ACC Chemistry and ACC Physics.
The average cost is $67 per credit hour. This provides substantial savings on college tuition.
$17,780 - National average tuition cost for two years at a state university. $3,283 - Cost to take 49 hours of college credit at Trinity Catholic.
$14,497 - Savings on college tuition by taking college credit at Trinity Catholic.
Over half of Trinity Catholic graduates earn at least a semester of college credit while many students graduate with 30-40 hours completed.
Elective Course Areas
Musical Arts, Industrial Technology, Robotics & Engineering, Multi-Media, Visual Art, Family and Consumer Science (FACS), Computer Science, Business & Marketing, Drama and Production, Psychology.