Trinity Catholic High School (Florida)

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Trinity Catholic High School
Address
2600 SW 42nd Street
Ocala, Florida, 34474
United States
Coordinates 29°8′43″N 82°10′4″W / 29.14528°N 82.16778°W / 29.14528; -82.16778Coordinates: 29°8′43″N 82°10′4″W / 29.14528°N 82.16778°W / 29.14528; -82.16778
Information
School type Private, coeducational private
Motto Nulli Secundus
(Second to None)
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic,
Congregation of Christian Brothers
Established 2000
Founder Patrick Sheedy
CEEB Code 101616
President David McKenzie
Dean Matthew Greathouse
Administrator Mrs. Casey
Asst. Principal Kim Heitmuller
Grades 912
Gender Male and female
Age range 13–19
Average class size 20-25
Classes offered AP, standard, honors, foundations
Language English, Spanish, French
Hours in school day 7
Campus type Urban
Color(s) Green and Gold          
Slogan Live Jesus in our hearts forever!
Athletics conference FHSAA
Nickname Celtics
Rival Forest High School
Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
Average SAT scores 1170–1190
Endowment Christian Brothers Schools
School fees book
Tuition $9,000
Feeder schools Blessed Trinity, St. Pauls
Graduates 100% graduation rate
Athletic Director Tommy Bond
Website

Trinity Catholic High School is a Roman Catholic college preparatory day school in Ocala, Florida. It is operated by the Congregation of Christian Brothers. Located in the Diocese of Orlando, Trinity Catholic is the first and only Catholic high school in metropolitan Ocala.

School history[edit]

Trinity was built with money raised from local donors. The school opened in 2001 in portable classrooms until the facility was completed in 2002.[2]

Trinity Catholic was voted best of best schools in Central Florida in 2012. [3]

Notable alumni[edit]

Sports[edit]

On January 6, 2011, the mayor declared January 6 as Trinity Catholic Celtics Day, in honor of Trinity Catholic sports teams. Trinity Catholic won the FHSAA Football State Championship in 2005 and 2010, and appeared in the title game in 2006 and 2008. [5] Trinity Catholic's girl's soccer team won the FHSAA Soccer State Championship in 2013, and appeared in it again in 2014.

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