Holy Trinity High School (Chicago)

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Holy Trinity High School
Holy Trinity High School 1.jpg
Address
1443 West Division Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60642
United States
Coordinates 41°54′11″N 87°39′51″W / 41.90306°N 87.66417°W / 41.90306; -87.66417Coordinates: 41°54′11″N 87°39′51″W / 41.90306°N 87.66417°W / 41.90306; -87.66417
Information
Type Private
Denomination Roman Catholic
Established 1910
Oversight Archdiocese of Chicago
President Timothy M. Bopp
Principal Anne Coffey Rog
Grades 912
Gender coed
Enrollment 250
Average class size 20
Student to teacher ratio 11:1
Campus type urban
Color(s) Blue and Gold         
Slogan Educating the heart & mind since 1910.
Sports Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Track, Cross Country, Flag Football, Baseball, Softball
Mascot Tiger
Nickname HT
Team name Tigers
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
Newspaper 'The Gold and Blue'
Tuition $9,750
Affiliation Brothers of Holy Cross
Website

Holy Trinity High School is a Catholic secondary school founded in Chicago, Illinois, United States, by the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1910. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago.

Established in 1910 by the Brothers of Holy Cross, Holy Trinity was originally a boys' school serving the neighborhood sons of Polish immigrants. Today, Holy Trinity is co-educational and serves Hispanic, African American, Caucasian, and Asian students. Holy Trinity is centrally located to the Chicago area and attracts students throughout the city and suburbs. Chicago neighborhoods with Holy Trinity students include the Wicker Park, River North and Bucktown communities.

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