Holy Trinity School

  • Holy Trinity School educates over 500 students in Preschool/Pre-K through 8th grade in the day school program, and 380 students in the PSR. Holy Trinity continues to grow with many new families moving to Avon.
  • To accommodate the growth of the parish, we have added new classrooms, a new gym, library, computer lab, and school offices.
  • We strive daily to fulfill our school's mission, which is to provide an opportunity for our students to develop their spiritual selves, academic potential, and social character by teaching as Jesus did and by spreading the Gospel message of our Lord.
  • The mission of Holy Trinity School is to enrich the lives of all students by developing a love for God and others in a Christian setting and by challenging each student academically while accepting and respecting individual differences.
  • Holy Trinity School is staffed by a qualified professional faculty deeply interested in and dedicated to the Catholic education of youth.
  • The faculty consists of Sisters of Notre Dame and lay teachers who are fully certified by the State of Ohio for their respective areas of instruction.

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School Overview

School Membership(s)School Assoc.National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)
Religious AffiliationRoman Catholic
Grades OfferedGrades Kindergarten-9

Student Body

Total Students482 students
Student Body TypeCo-ed
% Students of Color
2%
State avg.: 18%
Students by Grade Holy Trinity School Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers19 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio25:1
National avg.: 13:1

Finances and Admission

Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling

School Notes

  • Holy Trinity School educates over 500 students in Preschool/Pre-K through 8th grade in the day school program, and 380 students in the PSR. Holy Trinity continues to grow with many new families moving to Avon. To accommodate the growth of the parish, we have added new classrooms, a new gym, library, computer lab, and school offices. We strive daily to fulfill our school's mission, which is to provide an opportunity for our students to develop their spiritual selves, academic potential, and social character by teaching as Jesus did and by spreading the Gospel message of our Lord. The mission of Holy Trinity School is to enrich the lives of all students by developing a love for God and others in a Christian setting and by challenging each student academically while accepting and respecting individual differences. Holy Trinity School is staffed by a qualified professional faculty deeply interested in and dedicated to the Catholic education of youth. The faculty consists of Sisters of Notre Dame and lay teachers who are fully certified by the State of Ohio for their respective areas of instruction.
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  • School Location Miles Grades Students
  • Avon
    Grades: PK-8 | 198 students
    2.5 miles
    2680 Stoney Ridge Rd
    Avon, OH 44011
    (440) 934-6246
    2.5 PK-8
    198
  • Avon
    Avon Montessori Academy
    Montessori School
    Grades: NS-6 | 80 students
    2.2 miles
    37701 Colorado Avenue
    Avon, OH 44011
    (440) 934-1774
    2.2 NS-6
    80
  • Amherst
    Grades: PK-8 | 201 students
    12.6 miles
    175 Saint Joseph Dr
    Amherst, OH 44001
    (440) 988-4244
    12.6 PK-8
    201
  • Avon Lake
    St Joseph Parish School
    St Joseph Parish School Photo
    (Roman Catholic)
    Grades: K-8 | 289 students
    3.9 miles
    32929 Lake Rd
    Avon Lake, OH 44012
    (440) 933-6233
    3.9 K-8
    289
  • Cleveland
    Grades: NS-8 | 488 students
    7.2 miles
    20830 Lorain Road
    Cleveland, OH 44126
    (440) 333-2126
    7.2 NS-8
    488

School Reviews

  5.00 out of 5  (2 reviews)
5  
We transferred to Holy Trinity Avon from St. Raphael's in Bay Village. WOW!!! We cannot tell you how impressed we are with Holy Trinity! Our daughter is advanced and working ahead of her grade level in many areas. Raphael's has no way to assist kids working ahead. Holy Trinity offers an enrichment program for kids working in early grades that focuses on STEM skills. They have an Eager Engineers program after school from grade one up that focuses on STEM & our daughter LOVES it. They have a 3D printer, neat science kits and every child in every room has a computer. They are one of only 50-some schools in the state recognized for their STEM dedication and achievements. All classrooms are air conditioned which is nice because it was very hard at Raphael's on hot days without a/c. The co-principals at Trinity are young and passionate about science and technology. They go out of their way to bring the latest and greatest technology and opportunities to the school from speakers to COSI mobile units coming to the school to seeking out ways to incorporate STEM lessons. They keep the school vibrant and fun. Trinity has been teaching Spanish from preschool on up for years. The lunch program serves great, fresh food daily -- not the diocese lunch program. The kids just seem a little nicer/fewer cliques here. The teachers seem a lot more approachable and communicative here. This is a FUN school! What other school has an all-school snowball fight at recess (with parents permission & change of clothes sent in), where it's the school vs. the co-principal?!! There are dress down and spirit wear days multiple days a month plus silly sock day, favorite character from a book dress down day and on and on. We feel at home at Trinity and we just never did at Raphael's. Other parents enfold you here & encourage your participation. It feels like a family -- everyone helps out. People erroneously assume that because Raphael's is larger and costs more, that it's better; that's simply not so. If you're considering both schools -- call Trinity and do a tour. Talk to the co-principals & other parents. Let your child attend for a day before they transfer like our daughter did. Compare apples to apples. We think you'll find Trinity as exceptional and refreshing as we do!
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We were torn between MCS Montessory in Westlake and Trinity. We chose Trinity after a week-long camp at MCS that was awful. We'd heard such great things about Mrs. Dietz and other teachers at Trinity. Our daughter is gifted and she did well at Trinity & has gone on to be consistently scoring at the top of her class. We left and went to St. Raphael school for kindergarten but we will send our next child to Trinity preschool & perhaps even grade school without the slightest hesitation. We felt the education was on par with what she would have gotten at MCS and the teachers were more caring and professional.
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