Open House at Holy Trinity School in Westfield on Sun, Jan. 27

WESTFIELD and MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ -- Holy Trinity School's Westfield campus will hold its open house on Sun, Jan. 27, the start of Catholic Schools Week. The event will run from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Westfield Campus, which houses Pre-K 4 and K-8th grade. 

Do you want your child to learn in an accepting and caring environment, with a focus not only on top-notch academics but also developing well-rounded, community-minded individuals?

Holy Trinity School is a nurturing, creative environment that instills in children the skills necessary for academic excellence. Small class sizes and differentiated learning in Math, English and Literature give all students the personalized attention they need to thrive. And with religious instruction as part of the program, respect and caring for others are taught every day, throughout the curriculum. 

Holy Trinity balances traditional learning while preparing students for the future. Students take part in STEM and project-based learning at every grade level.  They also have access to a state-of-the-art computer lab, as well as Google Classroom, SmartBoards, IPads and Chromebooks. 

Holy Trinity is currently accepting students at all grade levels, including Middle School. Join us in taking a tour, seeing the campus and meeting our teachers. Come see the difference of what a faith-based program does for the development of a child. 

Since 1916, Holy Trinity School has provided a quality Catholic education to Westfield and the surrounding communities. A 2011 National Blue Ribbon and a Middle States accredited school, its mission is to educate students to actualize their full, individual potential, both spiritually and academically. Holy Trinity School: Peace-Service-Prayer.

Contact Information
  1. Roseanne Dattilo-Schack
  2. rdschack@me.com
Sun, January 27
1:00 pm — 3:00 pm
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WESTFIELD and MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ -- Holy Trinity School's Westfield campus will hold its open house on Sun, Jan. 27, the start of Catholic Schools Week. The event will run from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Westfield Campus, which houses Pre-K 4 and K-8th grade.

Do you want your child to learn in an accepting and caring environment, with a focus not only on top-notch academics but also ...

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