Tiny Titans

Holy Trinity School provides a distinguished program that focuses on the education of the whole child. A key aspect of the curriculum is Cura Personalis, a Latin term for “care of the person.” It is the conscious commitment to meet the academic, physical, social-emotional, and spiritual needs of the individual learner. Influenced by the charism of St. Ignatius, it is a hallmark of Jesuit education.

Fostering confidence and an inquiring mind that relishes the learning process


Our Pre-Kindergarten students:

  • Learn to appreciate God’s love for them and God’s love for all creatures great and small
  • Create thought through play and learn to be flexible, creative and curious
  • Immerse in language through books, songs, rhymes, poetry and daily conversation
  • Acquire math skills and number sense through math games, manipulatives and centers
  • Expand their listening and comprehension skills through a deliberate cultivation of a love for books and stories

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Developing a love of learning and curiosity of the natural world through exploration


Our Kindergarten students:

  • Acquire social skills such as responsibility, caring and fairness through guided play
  • Learn problem-solving skills and the importance of community
  • Create a foundation for literacy through phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension
  • Develop their understanding of numerical concepts through hands-on work, reasoning and making connections

Building confidence through setting goals, taking risks and making decisions


Our 1st grade students:


  • Expand writing skills through journal writing, grammar instruction and monthly writing projects
  • Utilize technology across the curriculum in interdisciplinary projects and instruction
  • Sing, dance and play in active music classes inspired by the Orff-Schulwerk approach
  • Demonstrate number sense through classification, identifying patterns, measurement and problem-solving with addition and subtraction
  • Contemplate the common good of the community through modeling and service