GIVE Mission Statement
The mission of GIVE is to instill a sense of community and charity in our students by participating in community service projects that will help people in need.
GIVE (Get Involved Value Everyone) is a club that meets monthly.
Students in grades 6-8 are welcome to participate.
The purpose of the club is to encourage students to focus on needs in our community and get involved in projects to make a difference.
GIVE also fosters relationships among students of different ages. Projects include making and donating hats, scarves, blankets, and rosary beads.
After School Program
The goal of the Trinity Catholic Academy After School Program is to provide a safe, stimulating and nurturing after school environment for students in grades PreK-8. There are opportunities for teacher led as well as child initiated activities. The space allows for homework, games, reading, and gym time. This program is meant to enhance rather than duplicate the regular school day.
The Program follows the school calendar and operates on days when school is in session excluding half-days, early release days due to weather and special circumstances.
Faith in Action Team (FIAT)
FIAT Mission Statement
The Faith In Action Team encourages prayer and sharing of our faith in our school and our community.
FIAT strives to live and to teach others to live as Jesus taught us.
The Faith in Action Team (FIAT) is a group of students in grades 6-8 interested in sharing their faith and helping others. The goal of FIAT is to help all students live their faith by leading through example. This group leads the school in morning and afternoon prayer each day. They are also leaders for Trinity’s annual All School Retreat. FIAT meets every other week and works through the year providing help for various community programs. FIAT works on a food drive for St. John Paul II Food Pantry each year. During the holiday season, FIAT participates in St. John Paul II Parish Giving Tree program by raising money to go out and buy gifts for a family in need.
Students interested in becoming a member of FIAT submit a short essay explaining what gifts they feel they can bring to the group. Students must attend their church regularly (students need not be Catholic to be a member of FIAT), must have a strong moral conscience, and show some leadership qualities. Students must maintain a C or above average to remain a member of FIAT.
Trinity Catholic Math Team/ IMLEM league
Established in the fall of 2016, we currently have 8 team members, from 6th grade to 8th grade.
Once a month, there is a competition hosted by the schools in the IMLEM (Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts) league. IMLEM includes private and public schools in central to eastern Massachusetts.
There are 14 clusters in the league, and Trinity Catholic is in cluster 9, Worcester and its surrounding area schools.
Competing against AMSA Charter School (Northborough), Bancroft School (Worcester), Melican Middle School (Northborough), Gibbons Middle School (Westborough) and Forest Grove Middle School (Worcester), each of our mathletes compete in 5 individual rounds, given 10 minutes each round, and a team round for which they have 15 minutes to complete.
Topics in the math competition include number theory, arithmetic, geometry and algebra.
National Junior Honor Society
NJHS Mission Statement
The purpose of the Trinity Catholic Academy Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership and citizenship, and to encourage the development of character.
Candidates eligible for election to this chapter must be in the second semester of sixth grade, seventh, or eighth grade. To be eligible for selection the candidate must have been in attendance for a period of one semester at Trinity Catholic Academy. Candidates eligible for selection shall have a minimum cumulative grade average of 90%. Candidates shall NOT receive a “C” for a year grade in any class, or an “Unsatisfactory” or “Needs Improvement” in the conduct area for the year. All students who can rise in scholarship to or above this standard may be admitted to candidacy for selection to membership. Upon meeting the grade level, attendance, and academic achievement requirements, candidates shall then be considered based on their service, leadership, citizenship, and character. Final selection of members shall be by a majority vote of the Faculty Council consisting of five faculty members appointed by the principal.
NJHS members are active and involved in our school. The members participate in at least one group community service project each year in addition to maintaining their individual service commitments. Past projects include planting flowers around the school, collecting school supplies for needy students in our area, and raising money to buy pajamas for disadvantaged children and battered women. Our NJHS chapter raised money to purchase and install a Peace Pole and create a Peace Garden on school grounds. The Peace Pole has “May Peace Prevail on Earth” written in eight languages that celebrate eight of the many cultures represented in our school.
- Alexandra Bryson
- Ella Favreau
- Tori Fontaine
- Ethan Kenny
- Lauren Lemire
- Dev Patel
- Terry Simon
- Victoria Symock
- Caroline Vigneault
- Connor Gonyea – Vice President
- Tiffany King
- Nathan Kowal – President
- Rohan Vaidya – Secretary
- Elizabeth Valley
As part of the afterschool program, students in grades 5-8 rehearse every Tuesday afternoon from 2:30-3:15pm. Students in grades 1-4 rehearse from 3:15-4:00pm. On certain days, both choirs rehearse together from 3:00-4:00pm on Tuesday afternoon when preparing for upcoming performances.
The choir sings at every all-school Mass as well as the Christmas program and other concerts as announced. The choir regularly performs throughout the area including local programs for community organizations, nursing homes, businesses and churches.
We also travel, most notably, to the Massachusetts State House to perform Christmas Carols. Our pride and joy is to sing annually at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Worcester for the Mass for Life for Catholic Schools each spring. We have also participated in singing the National Anthem for minor league sports teams in New England.
The choir performs a variety of styles of music and has done many musical dramatic productions. Students are encouraged to sing solos and many are able to play musical instruments.
If you are interested in having the choir sing for an event, please contact the director, Brandon Vennink.