Our History 

Founded in 1883, the school has been enlarged many times, adding additional classrooms, a new gym, combined parish and school offices, new technology, science labs, library/media center, reading resource center, and closed circuit TV studio. It is now the largest Catholic grade school in the Archdiocese of Louisville. 

Holy Trinity Catholic School was awarded The 2004 Catholic Schools for Tomorrow Innovations in Education Award in the area of “Technology Integration” for its success in weaving technology throughout the curriculum and its use in internal and external communications.

In 2007, Holy Trinity Catholic School was awarded the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. In 2017, the school was awarded again with the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, as well as Best of Louisville – Best Private Elementary School. 

In 2019, Holy Trinity Catholic School started a second campus in the Clifton area of Louisville.  Holy Trinity Catholic School – Clifton is designed for students with language-based learning needs.  It now serves students in Kindergarten through 8th grade.  

As a community, Holy Trinity Catholic School strives to continually improve itself by evaluating student standardized testing results each year and by being proactive in preparing students to take their places in the world marketplace as adults.

Our Programs and Services

The students benefit from full-time programs in Art, Library/Media, Technology, Music, Spanish, and Physical Education. 63% of our teachers have obtained Masters Degrees. Eleven members of the faculty have fifteen or more years in education plus a Masters level.

The school has:

  • A Head of School (Clifton and St. Matthews)
  • A Principal (Clifton)
  • An Assistant Principal (St. Matthews)
  • Two Directors of Student Achievements (St. Matthews)
  • Director of Student Activities (St. Matthews and Clifton)
  • Three full time Counselors (Clifton and St. Matthews)
  • A Reading Resource Teacher (St, Matthews)
  • A Math Specialist (St. Matthews)
  • A Speech Therapist (Clifton)
  • An Occupational Therapist (Clifton)
  • A School Nurse (St. Matthews)
  • An Orton-Gillingham Specialist (Clifton)
  • A Therapy Dog (St. Matthews and Clifton) 

The school has a Service Learning Program that involves every child in the school in a community agency. Students volunteer and get real world experience from local Service Days to participating in a Mission Trip their 8th grade year in the Appalachian part of Kentucky. 

The philosophy of the school encourages differentiation of curriculum for all students. In addition, the Enrichment Program involves students in opportunities such as KUNA, KYA, Quick Recall, Book Bee (open to 3rd through 8th grade) and the Governor’s Cup Competition events.

Holy Trinity has a tradition of producing well-rounded students.  Over 95% of our students participate in one or more of our athletic offerings.  Holy Trinity has a no-cut policy on sports and students can participate in sports such as, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, field hockey, football, cross country, track and field, swimming, volleyball, archery, golf, and tennis.   Holy Trinity also has a dynamic performing arts department that involves close to 40% of our students.  Our state-of-the-art Eifler Theater on our Clifton Campus holds close to 500 people and is an amazing space for our students to showcase their talents as young actors, singers, and dancers.

The Whole Child

At Holy Trinity Catholic School we believe in educating the ‘whole’ child – academically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually.

Children are treasured and treated as such. The school and parents have joined hands through the PTA.

The mission and vision statements reflect the belief in the potential of students to be lifelong learners.

The responsibility of educators to prepare these students for the global community in which they will live is a sacred trust. To this end, Holy Trinity Catholic School fosters respect for God, self, others, education, diversity, service, integrity, responsibility, and Christian values.

    Mission and Vision Statements

    Philosophy

    The Holy Trinity Catholic School faculty and staff believe that parents are the primary teachers of their children. We share with parents this important responsibility. We respond to the Church’s call to “teach as Jesus did.”

    Mission Statement

    Holy Trinity Catholic School, in partnership with the parish community and parents, seeks to build a strong spiritual and excellent academic foundation for all students.

    With the guidance of the Holy Trinity, we are dedicated to helping students fulfill their potential as lifelong learners and participants in our Catholic tradition who recognize their responsibilities within our global society.

    Vision Statement

    To be a school of excellence that encompasses the whole child by modeling Jesus through our Catholic teachings, commitment to academics, service to the community, and devotion as life-long servers to God.

    HOLY TRINITY PTA

    Every Child… One Voice

    Our PTA prides ourselves with the amount of time spent, money raised, and talent shared by our parents.

    We invite each one of you to become more actively engaged through the PTA. We have numerous committees and dozens of activities planned throughout the year – all of which benefit our students and the Eagle community. None of these would be possible without parental involvement.

    Please mark your calendar to join us at the PTA meetings this year so you can learn more and get involved. OUR community needs YOU!

    Jenn Young, PTA President
    Lindsay Harden, PTA Vice-President

    “Studies show that, in general, children of involved parents have better school experiences, higher grades and test scores, fewer disciplinary problems and more supportive teachers.” – National PTA

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