Discover our School

Our school respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Indigenous territory of the Algonquin Peoples, on whose territory we pray, learn, play and work.

Grade 7-8 Timetable

All students are expected to be seated, ready to begin class, when the final bell rings for each period.

First Bell - 8:00

Homebase — 8:00 - 8:10

Period 1 — 8:10 - 9:00

Period 2 — 9:00 - 9:55

Period 3 — 10:00 - 10:50

Period 4 — 10:55 - 11:45

Lunch — 11:45 - 12:30

Period 5 — 12:30 - 1:20

Period 6 — 1:25 - 2:05

Staggered Dismissal — 2:05 - 2:15

Grade 9-12 Timetable

All students are expected to be seated, ready to begin class, when the final bell rings for each period.

High School Timetable - 2020-21 (Quadmesters)

Grades 9-10

Period 1/Block 1 (Homeroom) 8:00 - 9:15

Period 1/Block 2 9:15 - 10:30

Staggered Dismal to P2 10:30

Lunch / Period 2 10:30 - 10:40

Period 2/Block 1 10:40 - 11:30

Period 2/Block 2 11:30 - 12:45

Staggered Dismissal 12:45 - 2:00 2:05 - 2:15

Grades 11-12

Period 1/Block 1 (Homeroom) 8:00 - 9:15

Period 1/Block 2 9:15 - 10:30

Staggered Dismal to P2 10:30

Period 2/Block 1 10:30 - 10:40

Period 2/Block 2 10:40-11:55

Lunch 11:55 - 1:10

Staggered Dismissal 1:10-2:00 2:05-2:15

Our Learning Commons

Students and staff are invited to explore the Learning Commons during open hours and enjoy its opportunities. The Learning Commons provides printed and electronic resources; use of computers and iPads; use of several group project or individual study areas. We also have Homework Club every Wednesday after school from 2:30 pm to 3:30pm.

Learning Commons 3D Tour

Unfortunately due to COVID, the Learning Commons is closed to student visits. It is being used for Virtual Teachers and Teacher Prep areas. Students can still sign out books online . Please refer to the links below for instructions.

Learning Commons (LC) Staff:

Ms. Handley and Mme Graham

Hours:

7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m

Learning Commons Website Library Catalog Search

To Borrow a Book from the HT Library

Borrowing eBooks & audiobooks

New Books in the LC LIbrary (November 2020)

How to read books on Sora

Forest of Reading 2020-21 - Red Maple Books


Tuck Shop/Storm Seller (Trinity Apparel)

Students may visit the Storm Seller (located in Atrium) most Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 8 am until period 1 begins.

Phys ed shorts and shirts are $20.50 each, $36 together (exact change please, or you may pay through School Cash Online).


Policies and procedures

Safe and Inclusive School Policies

A safe, inclusive and accepting school environment is necessary for our students to succeed. No child should feel insecure or intimidated at school. We believe that all people are created in the image and likeness of God, and have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.

OCSB Safe Schools Information

School Lockdown - Parent Fact Sheet

Incident reporting tool


Student Agenda & Handbook

2020-2021 Student Agenda

Student Handbook

Spirituality

Holy Trinity High School is privileged to have its own Chapel. The Chapel is the focus of the spiritual character of the school and is used for private prayer and class liturgical celebrations.

The Chapel is located right off the main Atrium, and always open to welcome students for prayer, for reflection or to gather for discussion.

Chaplaincy Department

Our school's Chaplaincy Leader is Jo-Anne Stasiuk. Ms. Stasiuk is currently on a leave of absence and Mr. Thomas Moloney will be taking her place.

Chapel 3D Virtual Tour

The chaplaincy leader helps to create a community atmosphere of care, concern and compassion. Through the chaplaincy leader, community worship, prayer and social action projects are animated. The chaplaincy leader is a resource for religion teachers and fosters liaisons with local parish communities and the diocese. The chaplaincy office is located right off the chapel and is a spot for students and staff alike.

Morning prayer, social justice team, class visits to the chapel along with numerous activities planned throughout the year give students an opportunity to share, to learn and to grow in faith. Finally, the chaplaincy leader is involved with students and staff searching for stronger connections to community within our school and in Kanata.

There is continuous enhancement of parish and diocesan connections at the school that is undertaken to create the best possible milieu for the student’s care and success. The school council also has a parish representative, who may be a member of either Holy Redeemer Parish or St. Patrick’s Parish, Fallowfield.

We are also fortunate to celebrate the Eucharist throughout the year.



Parish links

Our school community is served by the following parishes. Click on the links to visit the parish websites.

Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Parish
44 Rothesay Drive, Kanata, Ontario K2L 2X1
Phone: 613-836-1764

St. Patrick's Catholic Church - Fallowfield
15 Steeple Hill Crescent, Nepean, Ontario K2R 1G2
Phone: 613-591-1135