Advanced STEAM Academic Program (ASAP)

Designed for high achieving students in grades 5-6, the Advanced STEAM Academics Program, or ASAP, challenges already gifted students through a specialized and accelerated mathematics, technology/engineering, and science curriculum, offered in addition to the normal course of study.

Creativity, curiosity, critical thinking and self-motivation are the hallmarks of ASAP scholars. Students who progress through this challenging curriculum are well poised to segue into Holy Trinity’s advanced classes at the junior high school level in grades 7-8, and to cap off their high school experience by pursuing the STEAM or Global Citizenship diploma tracks in grades 9-12.

Learn more about Holy Trinity’s specialty diploma tracks. View a sample of the course options offered to ASAP scholars.
 
Once accepted into the ASAP program, students must maintain the academic requirements as outlined below. Ongoing eligibility will be evaluated by the Head of School and academic advisor on an as-needed basis.

Eligibility

To qualify for and maintain eligibility for ASAP, a student must:
 
  • Be a currently enrolled rising 5th-6th grader or a newly enrolled/prospective student entering 5th-6th grade. Prospective students must complete the admissions application and complete enrollment prior to acceptance to the program. 
  • Provide a copy of a recent report card demonstrating grades of A (or equivalent) in all core subject area courses. Students must maintain this level of performance in order to remain in the program. 
  • Provide a copy of recent standardized test scores demonstrating a score of 95th percentile or higher in at least one core subject area, mathematics or science. 
  • Provide a teacher recommendation.  
  • Complete an in-person interview (pending approval of application).

For more information, please contact Frannie Foltz, Director of Lower School Admissions, at Frannie.Foltz@htes.org.

Schoolwide Phone:
 321-723-8323
Fax - Lower School: 321-723-2553
Fax - Upper School: 321-241-6422
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