Holy Trinity Catholic High School (Edmonton)

Holy Trinity Catholic High School (Edmonton)

Coordinates: 53°27′25″N 113°26′33″W / 53.45694°N 113.44250°W / 53.45694; -113.44250

Holy Trinity Catholic High School
"To care, To Share and To Serve."
7007 28 Ave NW
Edmonton, Alberta, T6K 4A5, Canada
School board Edmonton Catholic School District
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Superintendent Joan Carr
Area trustee Kara Pelech
Principal Cathy Nissen
School type Secondary school
Grades 10-12
Language English, and other Language classes
Area Mill Woods
Team name Trinity Trojans
Colours Gold, Black and White
Founded 1984
Enrolment 800
Homepage Official site

Holy Trinity Catholic High School is a high school located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in the southern neighbourhood of Mill Woods. It borders the Public High School of J. Percy Page, and the multi-recreational Mill Woods Park.

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