Holy Trinity High School
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School Announcements

Thursday, June 13, 2019 – Day 5/13


Textbook Returns

Students are requested to bring textbooks that are no longer required for exam preparation or study to the tables by the LRC.


Novel Return

Bills will be issued for any unreturned novels.


School Based Scholarships

Graduating students are reminded that if they wish to be nominated for school based scholarships, HTH application and resume should be forwarded to Ms. Brenton by Friday. 


PD Day – Friday, June 14 – NO school

Friday, June 14 is a Professional Learning Day so there will be no classes.  Make sure you have all materials required to study when you leave school today.


Cafeteria Service

Today is the last day for cafeteria service.


Recycling – TODAY After School

Get your volunteer hours!


Exams and Classes: Next Week

Senior High Exams will begin on Monday morning.


Junior High students will have classes on Monday and Tuesday.  Due to exams, many of your room locations will be changed for Monday and Tuesday.  Your teachers will provide you with the room changes and there will be pink signs posted next week for easy referral.


Junior High Exams will be held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week.  Junior High students will not have classes on these days.  Students may study for exams in Study Hall, Room 128 A, when they are not writing exams.  No other rooms are available during exam time.  The LRC will be used for exam purposes and the cafeteria will be closed.


Scholarship Opportunity

The Coalition of Persons with Disabilities – Newfoundland and Labrador (COD-NL), in partnership with the West White Rose Project is pleased to provide two (2) scholarships valued at $1250 each to high school students who self-identify as living with a disability, and entering post-secondary studies in September 2019.

YWCA Young Women’s Leadership Program

Registration for YWCA’s Young Women’s Leadership Program is now open.  This program is for young women and non-binary youth between the ages of 15 and 18.  find the link on twitter @hthguidance


Encounters with Canada

Encounters with Canada is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 school year. Open to students ages 14-17 (at time of participation), this program offers an amazing opportunity to meet with students from across the country, explore specific career fields, and experience a week in our nation’s Capital. For more information see Ms. Brenton, or check out her twitter link @hthguidance. 


Employment Opportunities

The Conversation Corp. is looking to hire Green Team positions in the Flatrock area. Any student age 16 or over interested in applying, please see Ms. Brenton for an application.


Need Volunteer Hours

A Volunteer opportunity has been posted on the wall just outside LRC.



It is really important for our school community to celebrate student successes.  You matter! Please email annoucementshth@gmail.com if you have any news you would like to share. Your school cannot celebrate your efforts if we do not know about them.

August Public Supplementary Exams

Public Exam Rereads

If a student is not satisfied with the mark they have received in any public exam course, they may request a re-read. There is a non-refundable fee for this of $10. The higher of the two marks will be used to determine the final mark. The deadline for requesting a re-read (when available) will be contained on the published application for re-read.

Reread application June/August 2019


Supplementary Exam Applications

Registration for supplementary exams in August will remain open until August 1st .  Please be sure to complete the registration form. Students who wish to improve their marks can write supplementary exams in early August. Some courses may also be eligible for a supplementary exam in November. Students can also request a re-read of the supplementary exam within the timelines published on the application for re-read. The highest of all marks is the one used to determine the final mark.

Supplementary Exams Application

August Supplementary Exam Schedule 2019

Final Day of School: Thursday, June 27, 2019

We are so proud of our student academic, athletic, artistic and personal successes!   We thank you your efforts this year.  We are proud of your hard work and accomplishments. And we are overjoyed with your many personal victories.  Way to go, Tigers!!!  We also wish to thank the many parents, guardians, and families from Bauline, Flatrock, Pouch Cove, and Torbay who have contributed to HTH in countless and invaluable ways. 

We wish you all a safe, restful, and enjoyable summer vacation.



Buses will be running according to regular schedule tomorrow morning. 

However, the afternoon pick up from HTH will be midday.  Buses will be leaving HTH with students at 12:25p.m.


Junior High Assembly

The Junior High Assembly will begin at 9:00 am.  Junior High students are expected to attend.


Senior High Assembly

The Senior High Assembly will begin at 11:00 am. Senior High students are expected to attend.


Report Cards

Report Cards will be distributed to students by their Homeroom teachers at 12:15 pm on Thursday.  Report Cards will not be provided before this time. 


Textbook Returns

Students are reminded to return any textbooks, novels or resources from this or previous years.



Bills will be issued with Report Cards for any unreturned novels, textbooks, resources and locks.

2018-2019 Yearbook Purchase
Years books can be purchased online. Please use the yearbook buttton link on the right of side of our webpage to order your yearbook. The yearbook shop will be closing soon.  
Final Exam Schedule 2018-2019
HTH Professional Learning - Assesment & Evaluation
School will be closed to students on Friday June 14th due to a assessment and Evaluation teacher development .  
Cafeteria Services
Thursday, June 13th will be the last day of Cafeteria Service for the 2018-2019 school year.
Congratulations to the Junior Boys Baseball Team earning Silver medals in this weekends St. John's baseball Junior High tournament. The boys played awesome and represented their school well.
Term 3 Reporting Period
Term 3 report cards will be released to student on Thursday April 18th at 2:10. Please review this with your child. Please see the attached link to our Term 3 HTH Newsletter.
HTH Student Newspaper - The Paw Print
Vol 1. Issue 2 April
Grade 11 School Leaving Opinion Form 2020

Grade 11 students are asked to complete the following opinion form for their feedback and opinions on their school leaving event for 2020.


Holy Trinity High Prom 2019 Registration Form
All Level 3 Students are asked to fill out the registeration form for the 2019 HTHS Prom.

Grade 12 Prom Slideshow

All Pictures are DUE: THURS, APRIL 18, 2019

All pictures are to be submitted via e-mail hthpromslideshow@gmail.com

What you need to include when sending pictures:

●       You must send in a baby picture and a recent picture

●       You are welcome to send group pictures of your time in school

** You must clearly state who is in any picture you send in**

**Group pictures must have a list of the names of the people included attached to each picture**

Congratulations to our Grade 9A team on bringing home Silver! The boys represented HTH with absolute respect throughout the tournament they played strong finishing first place in their division, then moving on to win the semi final which qualified them for the championship game, which after an amazing close game earned silver! WTG Tigers! Thanks to coaches Rod O'Driscoll & Jim Antle & all the parents for supporting the boys and making this such an amazing experience for them.
I want my NTV......
Mr. Grant's Computer Science Students made the NTV News.  Click here to view.
HTHS United Nations Students

The Model United Nations was held at Memorial University on Tuesday (February 19th) and Wednesday (February 20th). Our school was the largest delegation in attendance with 42 students. They we're very engaged in each debate and represented the school with candor and respect.
Kiera Hammond representing the Russian Federation was named top debator in the Security Council for the crisis in Yemen. Liam Burke was first runner up for top debator representing Egypt.
Michael Price representing the Russian Federation was first runner up for top debator in Digital Development. Ryan Scott representing Qatar was second runner up.

Kassidy Hammond representing  the Russian Federation was first runner up for top debator in the Belt and Road Development in China. 

In the Historical room, the discussion was centred around the time following the death of Alexander the Great. Eric Senior was named first runner up for top debator as General Selecus and Matthew M. Manning was second runner up for the character Clemenones.

Well done everyone and congratulations on another fantastic year at the Model United Nations!!!

Public Exam Schedule 2018-19
Click here to view

Cassandra McGrath is the new Easter Seals Ambassador for Newfoundland and Labrador
Click here to read more
School Development Grades 7-12 Students Survey
To start the survey click here
Junior High matha League
Congratulations to our Junior High Math League who received second place in the math problem solving competition at the District School on Wednesday Feb 27th.  Team members included MacKenzie Parrell, Jillian Codner, Emma Dalley and Kathleen Scott. Thank you to our teacher sponsors, Mr. Stringer and Ms. Fewer.
Grade 9 Course Information Session
Course Selection Meeting for Parents of Grade 9 students has been moved to Monday, March 11th at 7:00 pm

Mini Enrichment
Please see mini enrichment catalogue and application.  Deadline is March 12th.  Forms and money are to be submitted to the main office at Holy Trinity High.  Please contact Ms. Codner if you have further questions.  Parents wishing for more information please see the following link from the district.
February Newsletter
Read more about the events at HTH in our updated newsletter.
School Family Surveys

The provincial government has launched the annual school development surveys of students, parents/guardians, and staff. The data from these surveys will be used by our school to create our school development plan.  

Parents/Guardians are asked to please complete the family survey so we have representation from all of our families.  We encourage everyone to participate so that we have the most accurate representation of family perceptions at your school. Thank you for your participation and for being a valued member of your school community.  Please see the attached Memo. A memo and email have been sent out with more information.  

Please complete the Family Survey by March 15th, 2019 by clicking on the following link:


Term II Report Cards and Parent Teacher Interviews
Tuesday Febuary 12th - Report Cards Distributed 2:10 pm
Thursday Febuary 21st - Parent Teacher Interviews (12:30-3:30pm, 5:30-7:30 pm), OPTIS online booking system opens

November Newsletter
Please see the attached link for our November Newsletter.
2018-2019 Busing
Please see attached bus route documents for further details.  Bus route have been updated Jan.31st, 2019

2018-2019 Bus Route Information

Student Supply Lists

A copy of the supply list for junior high can be found here.
A copy of the supply list for senior high can be found here.


To review all the wonderful things that happened at Holy Trinity High this past term, please review our June 2018 Newsletter.

Cafeteria Services
In the event that there is a two hour delayed opening, cafeteria services will not be available to students as our Chartwell's cafeteria staff will not have adequate time to prepare for lunch. Parents are asked to ensure that if we experience a two hour weather delay that students bring a lunch from home.   We appreciate your support and understanding with this matter.  If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.
Scent Free Building Reminder
Scented products can be harmful to many people, and can make those who have allergies, migraines, environmental sensitivities and chronic heart and lung diseases very sick. Please refrain from wearing scented products in the school due to allergies which result in breathing difficulty in the presence of strong smelling fragrances. This includes items such as colognes and aftershaves like Axe, scented shampoo and conditioners, hairspray, scented deodorants, perfumes, lotions, creams, etc.
School Announcements

Our announcements email address is announcementshth@gmail.com  Please submit messages to be placed on our website or read over the P.A. to this email address.

HTH Atletics
Follow us at @gotigersathlete for announcements and tryout information.  Also the athletic calendar can be viewed on the Athletics page for tryout times.


yearbook link
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