Holy Trinity is an excellent school. I chose to send my daughter here because of it's great reputation. The teacher are supportive and are there to answer any questions you may have. I love edline grade book because I can check my daughter's grade regularly and keep track of her academic progress. I
... Read more as a parent would recommend this school to any who is looking for a small and safety school for there child and a challenging college prep curriculum. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/04/13
Holy Trinity was a great school but very disciplined. It offered a safe environment and first class college preparatory curriculum. Although my love for knowledge has led me thru many channels of studies, my base and foundation originates from my teachings and experience during my years spent there at
... Read more the school. I still on a quest for more knowledge as I build Party International of which I am the CEO. Highly recommended! Read less
Posted by a other on 05/18/13
This school was not my first choice before I graduated Junior High School yet I am glad that this school was my final choice. Holy Trinity made me realize who I really am. Holy Trinity was the environment I needed in order to be prepared for any class problem. I've been a student here ever since the
... Read more beginning of Freshmen year, and I feel that I've grown more mature through the years because of the teachers I have grown close to. HT was one of the best choices I've ever made. Read less
Posted by a student on 01/10/12
The absolute worst decision I made as a parent was to send my son to this place. My son was found to have ADD in his third year at HTHS. (He undoubtedly would not have been admitted in his freshman year had they known) Holy Trinity has no regard or resources for students with special needs. No special
... Read more education teachers, no notebook computers allowed. If the student can't keep up they fail them period. My son has had to make up classes in summer school night school and online. The catholic schools including Holy Trinity brag about their graduation and college acceptance rates, while they cowardly cherry pick students avoiding any "problem" students. I have spent nearly $25,000 at Holy Trinity educating my son this is the worst money I have ever spent. I would not reccomend this school to any parent, least of all the parent of a special needs student. Tyrone Reed Sr. Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/24/11
what can I say this school is the place to be the teachers are commited to the student needs and they offer excellence out of evert student that enters
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Posted by a student on 11/06/10
From my shadow day at Holy Trinity High School I believe this is a wonderful school and there was some things that I was really impressed with.The quality of the school is excellent. But the standards are wonderful and high
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Posted by a student on 12/19/06
Hello: I can say that Holy Trinity became my foundation for my activities in the business world that I a in today. The values I have learned and the respect for others in my life's daily encounters. I found appreciation for this great city(Chicago) and the diversity of it's inhabitants and cultures.
... Read more Since graduation in 1979, I have since developed and created a business and traveled across the country performing, entertaining, learning and helping so many people thru my music and my professional training. Party International is the name of my record Co. My website with all of my existing info can be found here. http://groups.msn.com/PartyInternational/_whatsnew.msnw Thank You Holy Trinity for all of the Blessings. I really miss those days. Lane Barrett Class of 1979 Read less
Posted by a former student on 10/17/04
I attend Holy Trinity High School and Holy Trinity is a community within a school. You actually get a chance to talk with your teachers about what you are doing wrong and how you are able to fix it. It being smaller school, teachers know you by name not by number. Holy Trinity has a lot to offer to anyone
... Read more who steps threw their doors with activities of all kinds. I look at Holy Trinity as a preparation for the future and I would recommend this high school to any one. Read less
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Chicago schools — Holy Trinity High School is located at 1443 W Division St, Chicago IL 60642. 1443 W Division St is in the 60642 ZIP code in Chicago, IL The school district for Holy Trinity High School is the Archdiocese Of Chicago. Holy Trinity High School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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