Holy Trinity School Expands Kindergarten Program

Holy Trinity School Westfield Kindergarteners celebrate as they move up to 1st grade. Credits: Suzi Schirm
Westfield Kindergarten students sung and spoke about their Kindergarten experience this year during their "Moving Up" ceremony. Credits: Suzi Schirm
Mountainside students during the annual "Clap Out" prior to their "Moving Up" ceremony. Credits: Holy Trinity School
PK3 and PK4 classes celebrated their schoolmates during the annual "Clap Out" Credits: Holy Trinity School

WESTFIELD, NJ -- As Holy Trinity School celebrates its “Moving Up” Kindergarten ceremonies this week, it is also excited to announce the addition of a third Kindergarten class as part of its early education program.

“It has been another successful year for our full-day Kindergarten program,” said Leslie Lewis, Holy Trinity’s early education director. “Our program and small class sizes allow us to focus on the individual child’s needs in a supportive, faith-based community. We are ecstatic to get to offer more children this opportunity next year by adding a third Kindergarten class.”

Holy Trinity School offers full-day Kindergarten programs at both its Westfield and Mountainside campuses. The school also provides before-care and after-care programs as well as a variety of extracurricular and athletic opportunities for Kindergarteners including chess, track and basketball.

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“We have just a few spots remaining in our classes for the 2016-17 school year.  When exploring their options, we hope parents will visit us to experience all we have to offer their children,” said Lewis.

Since 1916, Holy Trinity has provided a quality Catholic education to those in Westfield and the surrounding communities. Holy Trinity School is a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School. Its mission is to educate students to actualize their full, individual potential both spiritually and academically while adhering to the tenets of the Roman Catholic Church. 

If interested in learning more about Holy Trinity School and its Kindergarten curriculum, contact

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