Trinity Catholic High School was initially founded as Stamford Catholic High School in 1958. It is a co-educational, college preparatory Diocesan high school for grades 9 through 12, with a long tradition of academic, athletic and community service excellence. It boasts a distinguished and accomplished group of alumni. Ninety-nine percent of Trinity graduates continue their education by attending some of the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities. We are Fairfield County’s best-kept secret.
With the closing of Central Catholic High School in Norwalk and St. Mary High School in Greenwich, Stamford Catholic merged with those two schools and became Trinity Catholic High School, serving Fairfield County and lower Westchester County communities. Our students come from Stamford and the neighboring communities of Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Ridgefield, Wilton, and lower Westchester County.
The school stands out as a pillar of academic excellence and stability. Trinity’s doors are open to academically prepared students of any race, religion, nationality or ethnicity. Trinity Catholic High School provides our students with a Christ-centered environment where we begin each day with prayer, speak about and study the Catholic faith and worship God as a community of believers. Many activities throughout the year, including organized retreats and community service projects, help students to grow in Christian virtue.
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