Welcome to Trinity Catholic School
Catholic School Education: A lasting
An historical perspective of Trinity Catholic School that recently appeared in the Catholic Sun. To read the article, click here.
Welcome to the Trinity Catholic School website. As the only Catholic school in Oswego County, we pride ourselves on providing an educational choice for parents who are looking for a school where children are treated like family and an emphasis is placed on community. Families enroll their children at our school because they recognize the difference the right school makes in the lives of their children. The care and compassion we have for our students and our commitment to educating the whole child makes Trinity Catholic School a unique place. Academics are rigorously emphasized, but equally important is the social, spiritual, physical, and moral development of each child.
Small class sizes are one of the greatest advantages of our school. In grades Kindergarten through Sixth Grade, the largest class has 20 students, while the smallest has an enrollment of 14. Teachers are able to give individualized attention on a regular basis, creating a nurturing, supportive community in each and every class. All faculty and staff members get to know all students very well, allowing each student to have a program of study tailored to his or her specific needs.
Trinity Catholic also offers a pre-school program for both three and four year old children. For three year olds, parents have a choice of a two or three day program, while four year olds may participate in either a three or five day program. Pre-school classes run from 9:00 to 11:30 every day.
Our Latchkey program is available for all students, including Pre-K, both before and after school hours.
To learn more about Trinity Catholic School or to arrange a visit, call us at 315-343-6700.
Saint Marianne Cope
Our students were able to skype with Chris Mominey, the
Diocesan Superintendent of schools, on Monday, October 22nd.
The children were able to ask Mr. Mominey questions,
and he shared with them his wonderful experience in
Rome, Italy, at the Canonization of Saint Marianne Cope.
Values That Last a Lifetime . . .