The benchmark of our success as a school is not only measured in grades or percentages, but in the development of individuals ready to explore possibilities, meet the challenges of life, extend themselves to others becoming disciples going forth and making a lasting difference by responding to the call of the Gospel.
As an important part of formation Most Holy Trinity students participate is service projects throughout the school year either in grade level or school wide projects.
8th grade students share a religion class with 3rd graders weekly to model how we live our faith and learn about our Catholic identity.
Chilling with Jesus
Student run after school program that 7th and 8th graders organize to invite younger grades to bible activities in the spring.
National Junior Honor Society
Student leaders choose projects to benefit school programs, blanket or coat projects for the sick or needy. NJHS also serve as tour guides to potential families and students visiting MHT.
Service to the Parish
Father Joe’s Pantry
At special events students collect can goods to fill the church pantry that supplies needy parishioners.
Service to the Community
House of Hope
The House of Hope supports women who are experiencing crisis pregnancies. Every Christmas we hold a baby shower to benefit expectant mothers served by the organization.
Ambrosio Guillen Texas State Veterans Home
Students visit with residents or entertain in groups.
Prayer Blanket Ministry
Students gather together to make blankets for people who are sick, struggling with personal issues or grieving loss of loved ones. The group prays for these people during this process.