Holy Trinity Interparochial School has a faculty of certified teachers, educating children from pre-school through grade eight. In addition to classroom teachers, the staff includes a full-time resource teacher, librarian, computer, foreign language, art, music and physical education teachers, as well as class room aides.
The basic subjects are taught employing various educational techniques, audio-visual equipment and technology. Spanish, French, art, music, computer, and physical education classes are part of the curriculum. Religion, as an integral part of the curriculum, is taught daily and permeates all aspects of everyday school activities. Our clergy help students participate in liturgies and experiences which give positive expression to their faith.
All students are expected to demonstrate growth, especially in reading, mathematics, and English, the disciplines for which passing grades are the criteria for promotion. Consideration is given to each student when planning courses and enrichment. Provision is made for varied abilities along with periodic re-evaluations.
All grades, Pre-K through 8, participate in physical education classes. Holy Trinity students have the benefit of cultural education - art, culminating with an annual exhibit, music, with a presentation of Christmas and spring concerts, an introduction to the French and Spanish languages in grade 5 and a choice of the French or Spanish languages in grades 5 - 8. Foreign language is introduced as part of the Kindergarten program and is also offered as an enrichment program for Pre-K and Kindergarten.
A fully-equipped library, computer technology center, a science laboratory, art and music rooms, a gymnasium/auditorium, cafeteria, provisions for extended care and Trinicamp (summer program) are part of the Westfield Campus. The Mountainside Campus includes a library and a gymnasium/auditorium. Provisions for extended care are offered at both campuses. A Lunch Bunch program is offered at Mountainside only.