Why did you choose Holy Trinity for your child?
My husband and I were deciding whether to move to the Melbourne from Pennsylvania for a job relocation. We toured the area and sadly didn't like the schools we saw and decided if we couldn't find a school we liked, then we unfortunately wouldn't be able to make the move. A week or so later I was at home and my husband was traveling for work when we emailed each other at the same time saying we found the PERFECT school for our children that exemplified our values and that we could move. That school was Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. We like to say it was divine intervention!
What do you love most about HT?
We love so many things about Holy Trinity, but primarily the loving teachers and staff who are all invested in our children's mind, body and spirit.
What is one word that best describes our school and why?
Love. That sums it up!
In what ways have you seen your child grow and develop as a result of their experience at your school?
Due to their daily time in chapel, our children have learned that it is ok to speak about God, religion and being kind to others. We like to say that they get a little Jesus everyday, and that keeps them on track.
How is Holy Trinity preparing your child for college and life?
So far we have had one child graduate from HT and go onto the college he dreamed of. HT helped each of us along the way to prepare for the selection, applications, and transition to college. HT prepared our son academically and helped him build his character throughout high school, getting him ready for the world beyond HT.
What would you tell another parent to encourage them to consider enrolling their child at Holy Trinity?
Enrolling at Holy Trinity has been one of the best decisions we have ever made for our children, and we would love for others to experience that as well.
Is there anything else you'd like to share?
Students and parents are not treated as numbers at HT. HT faculty and staff get to know each child and their individual needs and interests, and they continue to ask them about those things even after they graduate.