Resources for Learning
In and out of the classroom, Holy Trinity is committed to ensuring students have the support and encouragement they need to excel. Our resources, available to every student, include:
Hew Lou-Ellen Counseling Center
Our school counselors engage students to help them achieve academic and personal success, in collaboration with faculty, administration, staff, parents and community members. Counselors assist scholars in developing their personal abilities and potential, while also helping students find appropriate solutions to challenges.
- Individual counseling for academic, personal/social and college/career development
- Group and grade level counseling with developmentally specific, structured curriculum
- Course selection and registration
- Guidance regarding standardized testing including Pre-ACT, ACT, PSAT, SAT and AP Examinations
- Group and individual college and career planning
- Annual College Fair, Career Fair, College Application Workshops and Financial Aid Workshops
- College representative visits and campus visits
- Referral to other agencies for additional support services as needed
Sister Rita Joras Resource Learning Center (RLC)
The Resource Learning Center is central to ensuring every HT student reaches his or her full potential. The RLC is open before, during and after school, and is available to all students. Services and programs include:
- Tutoring support for all subjects, utilizing both professional and volunteer tutors.
- ESL (English as a Second Language) support and tutoring.
- Title I services are available through the RLC to support the diagnosis of learning difficulties, academic support and reading instruction.
- Advocacy for students with Individualized Education Programs.
- Teachers may assign students to visit the RLC as part of a homework assignment or for small-group work.
In 2011, Holy Trinity completed a $1 million renovation of our science labs. We offer four, state-of-the-art laboratories designed to support and enhance our students’ interest in the sciences. The labs include Eno Boards (interactive whiteboards), projectors, seating for 24 students and the utilities (gas, water, electric) required for each subject area.
The Robotics Lab, opened in 2016, offers hands-on space for students to learn and create robotics, including a 3D printer, collaborative workspaces, a smart couch, an Eno Board and projector as well as the supplies they need to bring ideas to life.
Additionally, each classroom recently underwent renovations to include Eno Boards and projectors as well as new classroom furniture. The renovations were sponsored by alumni and donors from the universities featured in the stain glass windows above each classroom door.