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Honor Code and Leadership

Honor Code and Student Leadership

Living a life of honor is considered the "Holy Trinity Way."  In 1999, a group of 9th grade students collaborated and created the honor code which is signed annually by 4th through 12th graders.
"I, as a member of the Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy community, do understand and will abide by the values of the spirit of honor: honesty, integrity, responsibility, sportsmanship and stewardship."

Student Leadership Development

Learn to Become a Leader: Get Involved

Students have the opportunity to sign up for a variety of clubs and organizations during orientation and throughout the school year. They should make their selections based on their individual interests and time obligations. Clubs and organizations are an ideal place for leadership training.  It is recommended that Elementary and Middle School students participate in a variety of activities to explore and further define their unique talents and interests. High School students are encouraged to get involved and stay committed to the same clubs and organizations throughout high school in preparation to assume leadership positions in the future.

Elementary School

Leadership at the Lower School is represented through our I-Team (Improvement Team) which is open to all 6th grade students. The sole purpose of the I-Team is to serve as the student leaders of the school as well as represent our school through community service projects.

The I-Team students meet weekly and share in the opportunities on ways to improve our school.

Middle & High School

During the school year, students enjoy hearing from distinguished guest lecturers who offer varying perspectives on the topic of leadership. In addition, students may assume a leadership role in various honor societies, Student Government and other student initiated clubs.

Schoolwide Phone:
Fax - Lower School: 321-723-2553
Fax - Upper School: 321-241-6422
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