School News & Announcements

COVID-19 in your school: What parents need to know

posted Sep 16, 2020, 8:21 AM by Karen Handley

      Click here for information of what parents need to know

Grade 7&8 End of Year Slideshow

posted Jun 24, 2020, 10:39 AM by Karen Handley

We are so very proud of the Grade 7 & 8 students and all of their efforts and accomplishments this school year!

Enjoy an "End of Year Slideshow" to showcase their many skills and abilities!

Congratulations on a wonderful year!   

Athletics Awards

posted Jun 22, 2020, 11:37 AM by Holy Trinity Catholic High School

The presentations for the Athletic Awards are now posted!

Click here to view the Intermediate Athletics & Clubs Awards presentation.

Click here to view the High School Sports Teams and Awards presentation.

Pizza Night

posted Jun 9, 2020, 11:51 AM by Holy Trinity Catholic High School

School Council's next Domino’s Pizza Night will be on THURSDAY, JUNE 11th.


Order pizza from Domino's (700 Eagleson Rd) by calling (613) 592-1022 or online at and choose any of the following 3 options (please quote the coupon code at the end of each option when ordering): 

  • 1 large pizza with 3 toppings + 2L bottle of pop + pasta OR wings for $23.99 (coupon code HTC1)
  • 2 medium pizzas with 3 toppings each + 2L bottle of pop + breadsticks OR dessert* for $24.99 (coupon code HTC2)
  • 2 large pizzas with 3 toppings each + 2L bottle of pop + breadsticks OR dessert* for $29.99 (coupon code HTC3)
  • *Dessert options include: Cinna Stix, 6 pc Marbled Cookie Brownie or 2 pc Chocolate Lava Crunch Cake

Note: Additional delivery charge

Summer School Update

posted Jun 4, 2020, 7:10 AM by Karen Handley

Register Today for Summer School 2020!

The Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB) is now accepting registration for Summer School 2020. Our course offerings are open to all learners from all school boards. You don’t have to be an OCSB student to take advantage of these exciting summer learning opportunities. For more details - click here.  You can register by completing the OCSB Summer School Registration Form.

National Mental Health Spirit Week - May 4-8

posted May 1, 2020, 12:59 PM by Holy Trinity Catholic High School

Student Council is happy to announce its second online Spirit Week happening the first week of May!

This Spirit Week is centred around Mental Health and Wellness at home. To participate, make sure you are following @ht.council on Instagram or @HTcouncil on Twitter.

Next week the days will go as follows:

Monday, May 4th:

May The Fourth Monday - Share your favourite movie or one that just brings a smile to your face.

Tuesday, May 5th:

Text-A-Friend Tuesday - Reach out to a friend or teachers and share something to make them happy!

Wednesday, May 6th:

Wellness Wednesday - Check-in with Student Council online for resources on how to Be Well during quarantine.

Thursday, May 7th:

Animal Therapy Thursday - Share your favourite pictures/videos of animals from the internet or your own pets!

Friday, May 8th:

Feel Good Friday - Share your best appropriate jokes

Until next week!

Student Council Executive


Update on Graduation Ceremony

posted May 1, 2020, 12:50 PM by School Websites

Please see Director of Education Denise Andre's 
letter to the graduating class of 2020 regarding the status of this year's graduation ceremonies.

Catholic Education Week - May 3-8

posted Apr 30, 2020, 11:29 AM by Holy Trinity Catholic High School

Dear Holy Trinity Parents and Guardians,

Each year, the Catholic community of Ontario engages in a week-long celebration of the unique identity and distinctive contributions of Catholic education during Catholic Education Week

Catholic Education Week celebrates the ongoing gift of publicly-funded  Catholic education. Publicly funded Catholic education has existed in Ontario since 1841 and its graduates have served Ontario and Canada very well. The current generation of students in our publicly funded Catholic schools will serve with the same spirit and generosity as their previous generations.  

This year’s celebration is entitled, “Catholic Education: Igniting Hope and will be celebrated during the week of May 3 – May 8, 2020.  More than 600,000 students in over 1,500 Catholic schools across Ontario normally take part in this special week to celebrate the distinctive contribution their schools make in the lives of our students and the community.  

Sadly, given our current circumstances, all Ottawa Catholic School Board in-person activities have been cancelled, however we would like to take this celebration to a virtual model.  As a Catholic community, we are called to “Ignite Hope” in our community. Each day, we will invite all our families to demonstrate their hope for others and themselves with a message:  

Monday - For the ones we love - send a message of hope to someone in your family

Tuesday - For the ones who teach us - send a message of hope to your educator(s)

Wednesday - For leaders - send a message of hope to a leader in your community/world

(government leaders, school board leaders, your parish priest, Archbishop Prendergast, Pope Francis) 

Thursday - For those in need and those who care for them - send a message of hope to a nursing home, hospital, The Mission, Shepherds of Good Hope, frontline and healthcare workers

Friday - For yourself - send yourself a message of hope - for today and the future 

How do I do this?

  • Write a message of hope
  • Draw a picture
  • Find a symbol or object from nature
  • Witness an act of kindness in your community

Capture by video or photo and send that hope-filled message to your family and those you love!  Be sure to share your message using the hashtag #ocsbHope

We look forward to celebrating Catholic Education Week 2020 this year with your messages and images of Hope in our community!

Summer School 2020

posted Apr 22, 2020, 12:50 PM by Holy Trinity Catholic High School   [ updated Apr 23, 2020, 10:02 AM ]

Any student interested in registering for Summer School, please click here for more information and a list of instructions.  Should you have any questions, please contact your Guidance Counselor.

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