Holy Trinity has a high-speed internet connection with wireless access throughout both campuses. In addition, the school has traditional computer labs for instruction, as well as mobile carts for student use. All classrooms are outfitted with interactive projectors.
Our faculty has identified and works to meet Baseline Technology Skills for each division. The infusion of technology into the classroom has been instrumental in enhancing student learning, improved communication, and information management skills. The School makes informed decisions on using technology to strike a balance between traditional instruction and the catalyst of new technologies to bring out the best in our students. In addition to general computer skills classes, each division incorporates a variety of activities into specific subject areas. Examples include projects utilizing word processing, spreadsheets, and multi-media presentations. Our students also undertake projects that involve statistical analysis, video production, desktop publishing, digital photography, coding and a variety of other activities. At Holy Trinity, we use the strength of computers to promote collaborative learning, to improve research skills and information literacy, to develop critical thinking skills, to encourage creativity and to individualize learning across the curriculum.