Holy Trinity Episcopal School is a member of the National Association of Episcopal School (NAES) and has recently started the process of strategic planning in order to seek Accreditation with the National Association of Independent Schools of the South (NAIS). 


The academic program is mandated by the Department of Education on the national level and is organized on a rotating schedule. Our school year consists of 200 days that are divided into four marking periods. Our day is divided into nine 45 minutes class periods all year-long. The courses include Literature, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, U.S. History, Spanish, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Computer Science, Physical Education, Art, Music, and Health.

The main language of instruction is English. Spanish is taught as a subject and so is Honduran History. Grades 7 – 12 are geared to preparing our students for college, in Honduras or abroad. All our English textbooks are imported from the USA.


* Our Honduran schoo l system requires: 2 years of Preschool (Pre-K and K), 6 years Elementary ( 1- 6 grade), 

years Middle School ( 7 – 9 grade), 2 years of High School) 10 – 11 grade).


All courses in grades 9-11 are included to compute exact class rank.
Grading System:

Work and Study Habits
91 – 100 = Excellent ******* ****************E———- Excellent
80 – 90 = Very Good ****** ****************VG ——–Very Good
70 – 79 = Good **************************** G ———-Good
0 – 69 = Unsatisfactory******************* S———- Satisfactory

N ———–Need Improvement
U——- Unsatisfactory

High School Course Offerings

All classes are yearlong, earning 1 credit, unless indicated by (0.5). Courses are listed by subject area.
ENGLISH: English (American Literature) (1 each)

Math: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (1 each)

Sciences: Physical Science, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics (1 each)

Social Studies: World History, U.S. History, Socio-Economic Development

Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology (0.5 each)

Physical Education: P.E., Health (0.5 each)

Spanish: Spanish, Spanish Literature (1)

Fine Art: Art, Music, Home Economics


Computer :Computer Science (0.5) Includes: Word Processing, Database, Spreadsheets, Graphics, Publishing, and Programming

Our school year/classes run from August to June, on a quarterly system. There are nine 45 minutes class periods each day.

Holy Trinity Episcopal offers extracurricular activities such as: Fine Art, drama, music (guitar, choir, recorder, piano etc). It also offers student opportunity to compete with other bilingual school locally and nationally in Technology Fairs, Spelling Bee, varsity and junior varsity level in athletics. Holy Trinity School has a Student Council and will begin a chapter of the National Honor Society during this school year 2011-2012.



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