The Mission at Holy Trinity Academy is based on the three theological virtues: Faith, Hope and Love.
A virtue is a habitual and firm disposition to do the good. It allows the person not only to perform good acts, but to give the best of themselves. The virtuous person tends toward the good with all his sensory and spiritual powers; he pursues the good and chooses it in concrete actions.
Faith: Our Catholic Faith will be omnipresent and we will allow the Holy Spirit to guide us in all we say and do. (Love of God)
Our mission of faith can be exemplified by someone who lives their lives according to "What Would Jesus Do?" and tries to spread the Word of God. This person practices their faith throughout the day and is not afraid to stand out as a believer. They respect our Catholic community and participate in the daily prayer and blessing; they take leadership roles in the weekly rosary or school masses. They show reverence and respect to God, are not afraid to show that they follow God and they make decisions based on Christian values. "The believer seeks to know God and to do God's will."
Hope: The Christian-Hope that we have for the potential of our students will defy reason, and be evidenced by the extremes to which we will go to help our students reach their capabilities. (Love of Self)
Our mission of hope can be exemplified by a positive person who shows the possibility of a promising future by striving to better themselves. They may be someone who is in a tough situation themselves but holds their head up high and works hard to overcome their own obstacles. A hopeful person is unselfish; they inspire hope by caring for others, helping their peers and cheering them on. A hopeful person is focused; they work hard because they want to succeed. "Buoyed up by hope, he is preserved from selfishness and led to the happiness that flows from charity."
Love: Our students are Christ's gifts to us; we honour Christ by cherishing their academic success and personal growth. (Love of Others)
Our mission of love can best be shown through individuals who respect everyone and treats them as equals. They stick up for others and are not quick to judge. This virtue can be shown by the extent that one goes out of their way to help others, often putting aside their own wants in order to do so. Someone who demonstrates love shows sympathy to their peers; they are compassionate, friendly, generous, and willing to sacrifice their time and energy to better someone’s day. "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you."