Holy Trinity School

A Catholic Community of Service and Academic Excellence

Holy Trinity School fosters creative minds, academic excellence and compassion for others.
We are lifelong learners and stewards of Catholic beliefs who are active in the global community.

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Our Preschool

The mission of Holy Trinity Preschool is to create a Christian environment that challenges young students to grow socially, intellectually and spiritually.




We are beginning an active search for all alumni and alumni parents. We know that Holy Trinity School, Parish and the people you met here were a special part of your lives for many years. If you are an alumni or a parent of an alumni and would like to be contacted about reunions and special events, please visit our Alumni Page.

Everest" Conquering Challenges with Gods Mighty Power" June 15th-19th from 9 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Open to all parishioners entering K-5th Grade. Cost is $50.00 per child. Registration Deadline is May 11th. Pick up your registration form in the parish office. Volunteer forms are also available in the parish office. Call or e-mail Mrs. Frank. 440-937-5363


Our Students...

  • Dancer of the Year - Paige St. John

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  • Spelling bee :

    Andrew Hoffman, a 7th grade student, represented Holy Trinity School well at the annual Lorain County Spelling Bee sponsored by the Chronicle Telegram on Friday, March 20th.  He placed second out of thirty-two 7th and 8th grade students from schools all over the county.  Andrew earned the right to compete at this event by placing in the top 16 of the Eastern Regional Spelling Bee on March 13th. 

  • Holy Trinity student entrepreneur gives back:

    Christopher Carmon, an 8th grade student at Holy Trinity and owner of his own company, Topher Joe Promotions LLC, made a $1500 donation to the Lorain County Blue Foundation at the annual Pete Soto Chili Cook-Off on February 7th.  The Lorain County Blue Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps families of officers injured or killed in the line of duty. Christopher’s company, Topher Joe Promotions LLC, sells a variety of soft mints in custom printed wrappers to businesses that they can use to promote their brand.  You can place an order at www.topherjoe.com.  This is the second year Christopher has been able to support the foundation in this manner.

  • Students Thank City of Avon employees:

    Holy Trinity Students Express Appreciation to the Avon Community. In celebration of those who serve our community, the students of Holy Trinity School created and delivered special messages of appreciation and bags of candy to our local fire fighters, police officers, bus drivers, postal workers and the Superintendent of Avon Local Schools during Catholic Schools Week.

  • one of Our alumni!

    Emily Carmon, Holy Trinity Class of 2011, was selected for the 2nd year in a row to the Cleveland Clinic Science Internship Program. Last year, her research project on increasing the influenza immunization rate in asthma patients, earned a blue ribbon level award and was featured in the 2015 edition of eXpressions, a booklet published by the Cleveland Clinic's Department of Civic Education. This internship allowed Emily to not only work in Pediatrics, but also observe cranial and spine surgeries and assist in a live childbirth at Fairview General Hospital. Emily is a currently a Senior at Magnificat High School. She will be attending Duquesne University in the fall as a student in the Direct Entry Nursing Program. She would like to thank Jr High Science Teacher Mrs. Donna Leigh for her increasing interest in science.

  • students compete at Math contest:

    On February 21st, one team of Holy Trinity 6th grade students and two teams of Holy Trinity 5th grade students attended the Greater Cleveland Council Teachers of Mathematics Problem Solving Contest at Lake Ridge Academy. They competed in four events working both individually and together. Congrats to the team of Connor Amendola, Dermot Fox, Mark Kikta & Jack Norris for receiving blue ribbons, the team of Sean Lawlor, Nathan Luce, Victoria Montag, & Adam Wilczewski for earning blue ribbons and the team of Dominic Opron, Alex Sidloski, Matthew Sullivan & Abby Urbaczewski for receiving red ribbons.

  • 7th and 8th graders win science olympiad:

    On Nov 22, 2014, Holy Trinity competed in the Science Olympiad at St. Ignatius High School.  Mrs. Leigh, Jr. High Science teacher, coached our two teams. The Varsity Team won 1st place for the 2nd year in a row, and our JV team also won a 1st place trophy! 
    Varisty - Matthew Hoffman, Christopher Carmon, Ryan Woidke, Ella Kappler, Sean Patterson, Ethan Keller, Nick Urbaczewski, Emma Ellwood, Katie Gerberry, Luke Frizell, Sean Burkett, Kylie Schmitz, Cecilia Tompkins, Josh Wells, Devan Barr
    JV - Andy Hoffman, Daniel Drellishak, Jack Dougher, Jack Stalla, Liam Reilly, Charlie Pinkerton, Patrick Sullivan, Douglas Camp, Charlie Wendt, Gillian Ginley, Erin Lynch, Dean Gassman, Danny Mullen, Liam Brian, Merrick Hartley

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