Holy Trinity CHS Weekly Bulletin

February 11th, 2018

The Mission and Vision of Holy Trinity Catholic High School


Holy Trinity Catholic High School seeks to form the Christian Leaders of Tomorrow; we strive to develop the intellect, educate the heart, and form the character of each student by giving witness to Gospel values.


Guided by the Holy Spirit in a Catholic environment Holy Trinity seeks to empower every student to graduate with superior academic knowledge, maturity, and confidence founded in Christian values for the achievement of life long success.

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At Holy Trinity Catholic High School we believe communication between the school and community is crucial to making our students successful. This Weekly Bulletin will detail any announcements and events that are taking place the upcoming week. Please look for this bulletin on Monday mornings to be sent to your email address on file.


Every donation to the Fr. Charles Davis Annual Fund helps us continue to make a Catholic Education possible for our students. Follow the link to donate: https://app.hellofund.com/view/jbw2bxwz…
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Library News

Our Library Book Challenge is to select a book for “A BLIND DATE”!

You will be able to choose a wrapped book, read a quick summary of the book, then decide if you would like to check it out WITHOUT SEEING THE COVER OR TITLE!

I have some wrapped books on display and ready for you to “choose a date”.

Promotion runs through the first of March! Earn Mrs. Boothby’s baked goodies!

The library is open to students Monday and Wednesday mornings between 8AM and the first bell. Mrs. Boothby will also be available through lunchtime. Students can also come by those mornings and pick up a lunch pass,

to come visit the library after they finish eating. With teacher permission, you are welcome to visit the library at any other time.

It’s also a nice option to log onto our library catalog via the school website, under Academics.

Take your time searching and see our latest selections.

Carrie Boothby


Senior Class News

Congratulations to Corinna! She has received an additional $5,000 per year from Abilene Christian University for her John C. Stevens Scholarship for Academic Excellence. This brings her total to $20,000 per year and $80,000 for four years.


The forensics team had a great day Saturday at the San Antonio Taylor tournament yesterday! Four awards, including 1st in Duo Interpretation. Way to go, Celtics!


The Celtic boy's soccer team traveled to Tyler Saturday to take on Tyler All Saints Academy in the 1st round of the TAPPS Division 3 soccer playoffs. The Celtics were tied 0-0 at the half but fell 3-0 when the final buzzer sounded. Great season and congrats on making playoffs! Go Celtics!!!


Congratulations to the girl's basketball team on a great season! Good luck to the boy's team as they begin the playoff's next week. Go Celtics!

Week of February 11th-17th


Monday, Feb. 11th

  • Mon. class schedule
  • Uniform- regular dress
  • Prayer Service: Faculty Sharing
  • 9th period- Family meeting

Tuesday, Feb. 12th

  • Tues. class schedule
  • Uniform- regular dress
  • Prayer Service: Praise and Worship
  • 9th period- Study Hall
  • Home softball vs. Bartlett, 4:30

Wednesday, Feb. 13th

  • Wednesday Mass class schedule
  • Uniform- Mass dress
  • Holy Mass: 9:35 am in the chapel
  • 9th period- Family prayer

Thursday, Feb. 14th

  • Only 6th and 8th class schedule
  • Uniform- regular dress
  • Traveling to Waco Reicher for Jason Evert talk at 8:20, will return around noon
  • No 9th period
  • FACTeam at NSDA district, Center TX (all day)

Friday, Feb. 15th

  • Friday class schedule
  • Uniform- spirit wear
  • Adoration at 9 am in the chapel
  • FACTeam at NSDA district, Center TX (all day)

Saturday, Feb. 16th

  • FACTeam at NSDA district, Center TX (all day)

Upcoming Events:

Feb. 18th, President's Day- No School

Feb. 22-24, Drama department performing "Midsummer Night's Dream"