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Philosophy and Vision

The curriculum at Most Blessed Trinity Academy is based on the following beliefs:

A genuine experience of Christian community is necessary for faith growth.  The diverse student population at the Academy provides a positive means of learning and experiencing true respect for others.

Students learn in a variety of ways, therefore, teaching styles must be varied.

Most Blessed Trinity Academy is a Catholic school whose mission is to pass on the faith and articulate the Good News of Jesus, enabling students to reach the fullness of each one's potential and participate in the transformation of society.

These goals can be accomplished best in an atmosphere of love, peace, justice in a learning environment that stimulates and encourages achievement through involvement and participation. Students are expected to take responsibility for their learning and their actions.

Parents and faculty work together to contribute to the academic success of the students.  

 

 

VISION OF A MOST BLESSED TRINITY ACADEMY GRADUATE

A Most Blessed Trinity Academy graduate, commensurate with age and ability will:

 

  • Demonstrate love for and commitment to Gospel values.
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in written form.
  • Recognize the value of technology and be able to use it effectively in a moral and ethical manner.
  • Learn to value and respect the contributions made to society by various countries and cultures.
  • Have and apply Christian social values to life situations.
  • Value literature as a means of gaining knowledge and enjoyment.
  • Be cognizant of the significance of science in their lives, and will have been involved in "doing" science, that is questioning and discovering using effective hands on inquiry methods.
  • Think critically, reason logically and apply problem-solving skills to everyday life experiences and use the signs, symbols, terms and functions of mathematics confidently and correctly.
  • Be confident in many movement forms, understand that physical activity can provide enjoyment, challenge and social interaction and will maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.
  • Exhibit an appreciation for various art and music forms and will recognize these as a source of personal enrichment.