The Catholic School Curriculum for the Diocese of Joliet is integrally constructed to include academic learning standards within a framework of general and dispositional Catholic standards that support our mission within the Church. Each lesson within this planned sequence of instruction is designed to demonstrate how the content reflects God’s Truth, Beauty, and Goodness.
The curriculum of Holy Trinity Catholic School reflects our Catholic identity. Our goal is for every child to work at their ability level and to develop an intrinsic positive self-concept. Beginning in Preschool, our aim is to make school an enjoyable experience and create an environment which will allow each student to be the best s/he can be.
Religion, Language Arts (which includes reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, and spelling), Social Studies, Mathematics, World Language and Science are taught. Students also study in specialized classes for Art, Music and Physical Education. Students have 20-30 minutes of recess daily at midday as well as a 20-30 minute lunch break.
There are also extracurricular opportunities in band, athletics, choir, student council, student leadership, math and engineering competitions, and altar serving. Read More
Holy Trinity Catholic School adopts wholly the Handbook of School Policies of the Diocese of Joliet as the school’s own policies. Requirements of the law of the State of Illinois and policies of the Illinois State Board of Education relative to private and parochial schools are met. Holy Trinity Catholic School is fully recognized by the State of Illinois. Demonstrated mastery of American history and government, including thorough knowledge of the Constitution of the United States, is required for graduation.
Holy Trinity Catholic School
108 South Linden Avenue
Westmont, IL 60559