In partnership with the parents as primary educators, Most Holy Trinity Catholic School supports the spiritual, academic, and moral development of all students founded upon the values and traditions of our Roman Catholic faith. Most Holy Trinity Catholic School fosters a learning environment dedicated to its mission: to learn, love, and lead. To meet the individual needs and realize the potential of each student, the school promotes academic excellence through a variety of teaching strategies. The students recognize their leadership role in the community and their responsibility to serve others in Christ’s love.

We are called to Learn

Our traditional liberal arts education offers direct instruction by highly qualified teachers that personify our commitment to academic excellence. The Schoolwide Learning Expectations (SLEs) serve as the educational basis and implementation of our commitment to instilling the qualities of character, integrity, and leadership. We follow the diocesan, and state curriculum, but our SLEs are the driving force behind all that we do.

We are inspired by the Holy Spirit to be life-long learners.

We are called to Love

The students, families, and faculty at Most Holy Trinity Catholic School are called to be responsible citizens who learn and execute the value of stewardship. To love one another, is to serve one another. We call on the help of the Holy Spirit to keep us faithful to the heart of the Church, to give without expectation of gain; to offer our very selves for the good of others.

We are Catholics working faithfully with servant hearts to fulfill the mission of Jesus Christ.

We are called to Lead

Most Holy Trinity Catholic School was founded by Monsignor Neil McHugh, in 1953. We continue the heritage of welcome modeled through the religious communities who have been witnesses of hospitality and mission to the people of God in the Southwest. Most Holy Trinity has been blessed with the wisdom and leadership of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur community, the Dominicans, Disciples of Hope, and presently the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity. Inspired by lives of prayer, community, and service, these religious men and women have invited us to see Christ in every individual who crosses our path; they have challenged us to encounter the living Christ as we make God known, loved, and served in a community that educates both the heart and the mind. Together with them, we embrace and celebrate each individual's God-given talents and cultivate many gifts.

We are people of God leading by example from example.