Most Holy Trinity Highlights 2016-2017
Most Holy Trinity will graduate 19 students this school year. This is the largest graduating class in since 2002.
Most Holy Trinity 7th and 8th grade students won the Small Schools Sweepstakes Award at the Diocesan Academic, Speech and Drama Tournament;
Alyssa Medina (8th grade) took third place in the Sun Country Regional Science Fair and advanced to the Texas State Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio
Sidney Michaud (7th grade) was a finalist in the El Paso Times Spelling Bee held at Bel Air High School.
Most Holy Trinity began a Chinese Language Program for Middle School Students. The program was taught was Mrs. Wang Zhi Rui from the People's Republic of China.
Three MHT students- Cassandra Sanchez, Ariana Rodriguez and Cesar Solis- had their art work featured in the Texas Floodplain Association 2017 Calendar. These students competed against other students in the State of Texas for a spot in the calendar. The calendar theme was "Turn Around, Don't Drown"
JV Volleyball Girls Team won the Division 1 League Championship and finished second place in the Diocesan Tournament with a record of 10 wins and 1 loss.
JV Girls Basketball won the Division 1 League and Tournament Championships with a record of 10 wins and one loss