Holy Trinity School (Washington, D.C.)
|Holy Trinity School|
|Head of school||Kevin McShane|
|Student to teacher ratio||8:1|
|Color(s)||White & Blue|
It is overseen by the Archdiocese of Washington.
Holy Trinity was established as the first Catholic school in the District of Columbia in 1818 by Father John Ralphio lII. At the time, it served only boys. The school closed in 1829, but reopened in 1831. The high school division, opened in 1922, was closed in 1974 due to high operating costs.
Pre-K through fourth grade students are housed in the lower school and fifth through eighth grade students are housed in the upper school. Spanish is offered in all grades.
Holy Trinity fields cross-country, softball, basketball, and track and field teams that play in the Archdiocese of Washington's Catholic Youth Organization. Students compete against teachers in an annual basketball game.
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