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“There is no other school like Holy Trinity…”

You have entrusted us with the care of your children. I can think of no greater responsibility or more sacred of charges. I give you my word they will be led to explore, to discover, to think, to judge, to decide, to expand, to grow, to endure, to reach for the stars, but most of all to love, fully recognizing that without that spiritual dimension their final destiny with God cannot be realized.   

— Sr. Maureen Fichner, Principal

Holy Trinity School provides a rigorous and relevant education that prepares students in grades preK through 8 to achieve their full academic and social potential. Holy Trinity is a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.

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Westfield Campus
Mountainside Campus






Tours, Student for a Day and Classroom Visitation:

Holy Trinity School invites prospective families to tour its campuses, learn more about the school’s academics, extracurricular activities, and athletics, and meet faculty, students, and parents. Call for appointment.

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Open House
 Sunday, January 28, 2018
Mountainside Campus – 10 a.m. noon
Westfield Campus – 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Classroom Visitation at Westfield Campus
Tuesday, January 30, 2018, from 9 to 11 a.m. or by appointment

More Information

If you missed our Open House and Classroom Visitation Days, and you would like to visit Holy Trinity, please call (908) 233-0484 for the Westfield Campus or (908)-233-1899 for the Mountainside Campus.

Applications and Registration Forms

Documents required for registration:
Grades 1-8 – Westfield Campus

  • Birth Certificate & Baptismal Certificate
  • Report Card – last two years, if applicable
  • Standardized Testing Results – last two years, if applicable
  • Letter of Recommendation

Kindergarten (Westfield & Mountainside) 

  • Birth Certificate & Baptismal Certificate
  • Students must be the age required on or before October 1st of the year for which they apply.

2 year olds, Pre-K (Mountainside)

  • Birth Certificate & Baptismal Certificate
  • Students must be the age required on or before October 1st of the year for which they apply.



All state-required immunizations must be documented prior to start of school, including the new mandates for preschool students and 6th graders. See Medical Forms.

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Tuition and Fees

Tuition is based on the number and grades of children in a family who plan on attending the school as well as the family’s status as parishioners.

School Payments: Each family is required to set up a family account with FACTS for automatic bank account withdrawal or credit card charge of most school fees: registration, tuition, extended day care, lunch bunch, enrichment programs at MC, grocery gift card buyout balances, lunch duty fees, etc.  You will be notified by email from FACTS about upcoming charges. Please contact the school office if you have any questions or concerns about payments and/or the FACTS program.

Continuous Enrollment: HTS assumes your family/children will be staying at HTS through eighth grade unless you advise the office in writing/ email to the contrary. FACTS will roll over your demographic and banking information (to facilitate ongoing payments) from year to year until graduation or until you tell HTS not to. (Please pay attention to the electronic Weekly Announcements about deadlines for notifying the office about not registering for the following year.)

Click here to set up an account with FACTS.

FACTS has made its safety, security and compliance information available.


Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children

Holy Trinity School participates with the Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children. This is a national scholarship program that collaborates with local programs to provide tuition assistance for thousands of elementary school children throughout the United States. The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children and CSF co-sponsor scholarship programs in Newark, Jersey City and Elizabeth.This program is funded with unrestricted donations from individuals, corporations and foundations.  The application period is typically open from February to April. To qualify a student must come from an economically disadvantaged family that meets income eligibility requirements similar to the national school lunch program and attend a parochial school within Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Union counties.

Please see www.sficnj.org for more information about how to apply. If you have questions, please call the scholarship application help line at (973) 497-4283.


More Information

If you would like more information regarding Holy Trinity School, please call the Westfield Office / Upper School at (908) 233-0484 or the Mountainside Office / Early Learning Center at (908)-233-1899. You can also email us.

Why should I consider Holy Trinity instead of a high-quality public school?

A National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
“The Blue Ribbon is a great validation of all the hard work of our students and teachers. It recognizes the high academic achievements of our students and our safe, supportive and extraordinary classroom environments.”
-- Mary Kay Cullinan, teacher

A Century of Catholic Education & Service
“As we approach our 100th anniversary, we continue to provides a model of Catholicity in action and deed, reflecting the love of Jesus. Service to others is a commitment of our students and staff.”
-- Sr. Maureen Fichner, S.S.J., principal

Sports & Activities
“Holy Trinity has a tradition of athletic excellence, centered around our Catholic faith. With vibrant support of parents, our program offers many opportunities for our students. Our student athletes strengthen their faith, compete, gain experiences, and form life-long friendships.”
-- Rich Wieszczek, parent, athletic director

Preparation for the Future
“Holy Trinity gave me the tools I needed to succeed socially, spiritually, and academically in a competitive high school. I can confidently attempt new things with this strong foundation. I don't know where I’d be without my Holy Trinity family."
-- Brianna Tucciarone, Class of 2012

A Family
“As the youngest of six, all alumni of Holy Trinity, I can attest to its academic excellence and true community. I have two children in 3rd grade and two more starting soon. There’s no place I would rather have my kids grow into young adults."
-- Tim Dursee, parent, Class of 1985

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