Holy Trinity Catholic School

Holy Trinity Catholic School, founded in 1858 AD, is dedicated to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional and social growth of each child.  Our aim is to help students take on the mind and heart of Jesus Christ throughout their lives in accordance with the Roman Catholic Faith.

Thank you for visiting our site. We pray that each and every day is one filled with joy of Jesus in your lives. Welcome!

Principal:  Mrs. Gwenn Roche
Assistant Principal:  Mrs. Judy Clark


  • Elementary School:
    • 1909 E. Lincoln, Bloomington IL
    • (309) 662-3712 (Office)
    • (309) 663-9115 (Elementary Fax)
    • Email Secretary
  • Junior High School:
    • 705 N. Roosevelt, Bloomington IL
    • (309) 828-7151 (Office)
      (309) 827-8131 (Jr. High. Fax)
      Email Secretary

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Headlines for Sunday, April 19th 2015

Important 4th Quarter Box Tops Challenge - Can we do it?

The 4th quarter contest for Box Tops and Labels for Education is kicking off now, and this time the challenge goes out not to individual classrooms, but to the WHOLE SCHOOL!  In our first quarter, we collected over 12,000  box tops, 2nd quarter we collected about 1/2 as many, and 3rd quarter we collected just over 7,500 box tops.  Let's end the year on as great a note as we started the year.  The goal is for our school to collect 12,000 box tops!   Please click HERE to learn more about our final contest.   Every box top and label means $ for Holy Trinity School, so please keep shopping and cutting!

Important MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW: "Night at the Races"

Parents and friends - be sure to clear your schedule for the evening of Friday, May 1 and join us out at St. Patrick's Church of Merna for A Night at the Races.  This evening will be the perfect way to spend time with friends, celebrate our school community, and gear up for Saturday's celebration of the Kentucky Derby. Click here for more information!  Babysitting services will be available on-site as well.


While fall offers the traditional school picture appeal, Spring portraits offer a more fun and laid back approach. Students get the opportunity to show their individuality and create a look that is truly their own. Portraits created with personality, style and beautiful smiles!  Spring portraits are optional so if you would like to participate, we will take them on Wednesday, April 22.  The students may bring an outfit to change into for the pictures, which should be non-dress code but school appropriate.  If you have any questions, please call the office.

Important April Happenings

 Click HERE to see all the special events happening at Holy Trinity School during the month of April!

Important Collecting for Catholic Charities Summer Camp

Our Builders Club is heading up a collection for Catholic Charities Summer Camp.  The camp, which is actually held at our Junior High facility during the summer, is in need of the following donations for children ages 6-13:
paper products:  5 oz. dixie cups; 2 lb food trays; 9 oz. plastic cups; styrofoam bowls; paper towels (do NOT need napkins)
school supplies: markers, pens, pencils, plastic pencil bags (do NOT need crayons or paper)
     * gently used books
     * toiletries:  hotel size soaps and shampoos

     * snacks: PEANUT FREE - granola bars, raisins, fruit bites, chex cereal, pretzels, real popcorn kernels
The collection will run the entire month of April.  We are hoping to collect 325 items.

Important VBS Registration Time!

 Vacation Bible School Registration:  VBS registration forms are available in our school offices or you can download right here:  for students, parent volunteers and jr. hi. and high school volunteers.

Important Shadow Day Opportunities - Be a Saint for the Day!

  What makes our Catholic School so special? Well, pass the word  — now’s the time to take advantage of a day just for prospective families. You can see first-hand how daily prayer and a faith-based, exceptional academic education can enrich each child’s learning experience.
  We welcome prospective students to shadow and "Be a Saint for a Day". Prospective students in kindergarten through eighth grade can spend the day attending academic and special classes along with lunch and recess, or are welcome to just participate for an hour or two. Parents are welcome to join in the shadow as well, or just join us for a school tour.
  To schedule a visit, please contact the elementary school at 662-3712, or junior high at 828-7151.

Important CCHS @ A Glance
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