Holy Trinity Catholic High School (Kanata)
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|Holy Trinity Catholic High School|
|180 Katimavik Road
Ottawa, Ontario, K2L 4A7
|School type||High school|
|Motto||Faith, Excellence, Truth|
|School board||Ottawa Catholic School Board|
|Area trustee||Ted J. Hurley|
|Colour(s)||Green, Blue and White|
Holy Trinity Catholic High School is a secondary school located in the Kanata district of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It serves students from grades 7 through 12. It is the first of its architectural design by Edward J. Cuhaci in Ottawa, opened in 1990. It was followed by five identical schools in the Ottawa-Carleton Catholic School Board.
The school was initially constructed to relieve overcrowding at St. Paul's located a few kilometers to the east. Because of a construction strike, the school was not ready to open on time, and students had to share the building at St. Paul's for the first two months. Student from St Paul's attended classes in the morning, starting an hour earlier than usual and going until noon. Students that would have been attending Holy Trinity attended classes in the afternoon. By the beginning of November 1990, all work on the new school was complete, and students moved into their new location.
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