YOU BELONG HERE

Become the best version of yourself at Holy Trinity High School. Founded in 1910 by the Brothers of Holy Cross, we are a values-based Catholic school in Chicago with a diverse and inclusive community.
 
We set rigorous standards in our college preparatory curriculum. Our college dual credit, AP and honors courses will prepare you to succeed once you graduate. Because education continues beyond the classroom, we will encourage you to also participate in fine arts, athletics, and student life programs. To ensure your success, our exceptional faculty and supportive programs will meet you where you’re at and give you the tools you need to realize your full potential. We are small by design, so every student here is known and valued.
 
Your time at Holy Trinity is an investment that yields a lifetime of academic, spiritual and personal development. We are committed to making HT affordable for every admitted student and look forward to welcoming you here.
APPLY NOW to be a Tiger next school year; either as a new freshman or as a transfer student. We are now accepting new student applications. Get ahead of everyone else by completing the beginning stages of the HT admissions process which could qualify you as a member of the Priority Admissions Candidate Group. Click APPLY to learn more about this opportunity and to begin your application!
 

Get To Know HT

Though we are in uncertain times, the Admissions Office at Holy Trinity is committed to offering a variety of ways to get to know us while also adhering to all suggested safety protocols. 

You can follow Holy Trinity High School on Instagram and Twitter, @HolyTrinityChi, Facebook, @HolyTrinityHighSchool. Please visit our YouTube channel, @holyTrinityChi to see HT in action. Check out videos from our pep rallies and class lectures, and hear directly from students, faculty, and parents about what makes our school so special.

Below are the exciting opportunities we have available for prospective families:

HT 360° Virtual Campus Tour

Our official Virtual Campus Tour is now available and ready for you to explore. In this self-guided tour, walk the halls, visit classrooms, see our auditorium and gymnasium, check out our ultra-modern science and computer labs. Learn more about our programs, student services, and special spaces in the building.

Virtual Admissions Information Sessions

For your convenience, we have scheduled a number of virtual Admissions Information Sessions. These 1-hour sessions are a great way to get to know Holy Trinity and its community, as well as take a virtual tour of our building. Click HERE for a detailed description, dates, times, and RSVP form. RSVP is required for the Information Sessions.

Shadow Days

To spend a day as a Tiger at HT is an important part of the decision-making process for a prospective student. Follow a full school-day schedule partnered with one of our Student Ambassadors. Don’t worry about paying for lunch. Lunch is on us. Shadow days are available on almost all school days except Wednesdays. Check our school calendar here for days we are in session. Everyone in the building is expected to follow safety protocols including wearing a face mask at all times and maintaining social distancing as much as possible.

Sign up for a Shadow Day HERE (create link to shadow day RSVP).

Virtual High School Fair Opportunity

Holy Trinity would welcome the opportunity to speak to your school’s 7th- & 8th-grade classes via Zoom. The request form and process are relatively easy. Just send us a quick note below or email admissions@holytrinity-hs.org.

https://holytrinity-hs.myschoolapp.com/app/embed#inquiry/19676

CONTACT THE ADMISSIONS TEAM

We’d love to hear from you.

Thank you for your interest in Holy Trinity High School in Chicago, IL! We look forward to hearing from you.
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Holy Trinity High School admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships, loan programs, athletics, and other school-administered programs.