WHY HOLY TRINITY Where you send your child to school has a lasting impact on their entire life. Naturally you want to give your child the benefit of excellent academics. For Holy Trinity School, that is only the beginning. We offer a unique balance between academics and faith. We prepare your child for future success while simultaneously shaping your child to lead a Christ-centered life.
CHRIST AT THE CENTER Our students not only learn the faith, they learn their faith through daily communication and mentoring, service projects and other opportunities that model love, compassion and understanding. Our students also get sacramental preparation at school.
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Our class sizes average 13 students per teacher, resulting in more personalized instruction and higher performance. Our students consistently achieve high marks on standardized tests- significantly higher than state and national averages.
A LASTING INVESTMENT Every day, Catholic education proves its value, equipping students to dream and achieve in a highly competitive world. Catholic education teaches students to apply Christian principles and lead faith-filled lives in an increasingly secular society.
Contact Us (262) 626-2603
305 Main Street Kewaskum, WI 53040
Holy Trinity School is a 3K-8th grade school
Our faith and traditional Catholic values are an integral part of instruction, activities, and programs. Students attend weekly liturgies where they are the faith leaders. There is daily prayer in classrooms and as a whole school. Students are called to service through their faith and many organizations have been helped locally, nationally and throughout the world.
Academic excellence is strived for on a daily basis. Students are encouraged to reach their fullest potential through the latest instructional strategies. Teachers are committed to ongoing curriculum development and professional improvement.
With 142 students, Holy Trinity School is small enough to create a cozy family-like atmosphere and large enough to provide a variety of experiences for its students.