March 25, 2022
Tickets are on sale now for Holy Trinity's much anticipated spring performance of "Big Fish." Make plans to join us April 1st, 2nd or 3rd and support our theater students and program. Visit: to reserve your seats today!
More than 60 Lower School families took part in Reading on the Green this past Wednesday. CLICK HERE for more photos.
The Upper School music department recently purchased new recording equipment with monies raised for the Arts as part of this year's Annual Giving campaign. Here, DJ Mix Master Slawson shows students how to lix the tracks!
Have you been following our #YearoftheTiger campaign on our HT Facebook and Instagram page @hteatigers? You and/or your family can play a starring role as well! Just give us a "ROAR" and tell us why Holy Trinity was the right choice for you/your family.

We will be sharing Tiger testimonials throughout the month of February and beyond! Share your HT story via email to or on social media with #HTYearoftheTiger!

Starting on Monday, March 28th, we are delighted to be able to invite parents to join their children in chapel. Please note the following:
  • Early childhood students have chapel on Thursdays from 10:30-11:00 AM.
  • Chapel for students in grades 1 through 6 is held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8:14-8:45 AM.

Adhering to the following guidelines will help make things flow a bit easier for all.
  • Please email your child’s teacher if you are planning to attend. The chapel is very full and we want to make sure we can accommodate a space for you to sit with your child.
  • Drop your child off in carline as normal.
  • Park and enter the TWC to check in and get a visitor’s badge.
  • Meet your child at the entrance to the chapel (south east side of the courtyard) and join them as they enter the chapel.
  • Please take your leave of your child as you exit the chapel. This make the transition back to class easier for all.
  • We do have some special chapel dates and activities, such as Stations of the Cross and Eucharist, so please check with your child’s homeroom teacher or the Family Newsletter for dates.

Parents are now able to join their child for lunch at the Lower School. Please let your teacher know via email and then plan to meet him/her at the entrance to the Cub Cafe. Families are welcome to eat in the Butterfly Garden, the tables outside the TWC, or the tables in the mulch area surrounding the Cub Cafe. At this time, we kindly request that parents do not ask children besides their own to join them. We are thrilled to be able to offer this opportunity to our families once again.

"Moving up" meetings will be held in person this year. Parents should arrive promptly at 9:00 AM and will be directed to the Cub Cafe'. Here is the schedule of meetings by grade:
  • Moving up to 1st grade - April 26th (9-10 AM)
  • Moving up to 2nd grade - April 27th (9-10 AM)
  • Moving up to 3rd grade - April 28th (9-10 AM)
  • Moving up to 4th grade - May 3rd (9-10 AM)
  • Moving up to 5th grade - May 4th (9-10 AM)
  • Moving up to 6th grade - May 5th (9-10 AM)
  • Moving up to Pre-K - May 9th (9-10 AM)
  • Moving up to Kindergarten - May 10th (9-10 AM)

Please contact Mrs. Durrance at with any questions.

The Battle of the Books in April consists of three Kahoot games over the eight Lunch Bunch books. Students may participate in the Battle of the Books even if they have not participated in Lunch Bunch Book Club. The winning students will have their name added to a trophy displayed in the library. First, second and third place winners receive a medal, commemorative gold coin and a certificate on Awards Day. For more information, contact 
Grades 3 & 4
April 21st 
2:20 – 3:15 PM
Grades 5 & 6
April 20th
8:45 – 9:30 AM

Family Movie Night is returning to the Lower School campus on April 9th, 2022 with Disney's Encanto!

Gates open at 6:30 PM and the movie starts at 7:00 PM.

Hope to see you there!

Lower School Yearbooks On Sale Now!
Important 2022-23 Admissions Dates
For rising Kindergarten families:
For rising Junior High families:
High School Course Requests Deadline Extended

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Course requests were reopened on Tuesday, March 22 so students can make last-minute requests. Course requests will close on March 30, 2022.
Introduction to Business Honors Added to Course Offerings for Fall
A new class is being offered this fall: Introduction to Business Honors. 
This one semester course provides students the opportunity to learn and experience a variety of topics in the field of business. Students are exposed to various types of businesses, their roles in our economy, career exploration, entrepreneurship, marketing, management, business ethics, and basic accounting and finance skills. Students will have an opportunity to develop computer literacy skills, consumer skills, and communication skills. Course activities involve students in writing, investigating, problem-solving, and presenting. *Offered to students in grades 11 and 12. 
HT Spring Art Gallery Opening!  

For the first time in two years, the Upper School Spring Art Gallery will return to the library display space.  Students' artwork will be on display during the following dates and times:

  • Level one students – March 28th from 6-8 PM
  • Level two through AP students – April 4th from 6-8 PM

We hope our families will come out to see and celebrate the work of our talented students.
Order your 2022 7th-12th grade yearbook today! Don't miss out on a year of Upper School memories captured in Holy Trinity's award-winning Tigrium Yearbook is on sale now. CLICK HERE for more information.

The 2022-2023 Upper School Course Selection Guide is now available just in time for students to begin considering and choosing what classes they will take next year. CLICK HERE for the digital version.

The Thursday before Spring Break, eight young ladies participated in the Brevard County Southern Division District Science and Engineering Fair. These ladies have been working hard since October on their projects and all stated that they had a wonderful experience with the whole process, including the judging. The student scientists were:

Scarlett Chung - Category: Environmental Science
Emery Elmore - Category: Plant Science
Mia McCarley - Category: Chemistry
Sofia Nevarez Soto - Category: Chemistry
Allegra Garcia - Category: Chemistry
Carrie Ann Conwell - Category: Physics
Zooey Flickinger - Category: Environmental Science
Zoe Della Cioppa - - Category: Plant Science
Four of these young ladies even placed! Congratulations to: Mia McCarley - 1st, Carrie Ann Conwell - 2nd, Zooey Flickinger - 4th, and Emery Elmore - 5th.

Congratulations to our HT Band. They participated in the Florida Bandmasters Association District Concert Band Musical Performance Assessment and received ratings of Excellent from three judges for their performance and a rating of Excellent in the sight-reading event!
Fifth and 6th grade art classes painted their own forgery! For the first time the 100 million dollar art collection of Micheal Jean Basquiat is currently on exhibit at the Orlando Museum of Art. One of the pieces is under scrutiny for possibly being a fraud. It has been removed from the show and is under investigation by the FBI. We tried copying the painting that has been questioned as we explored this common practice in the art world. The students discovered it isn't that easy to copy an artist's work and maybe not everyone can do this style of painting. 
Tiger gears were turning during the Kindergarten Creative Workshop earlier this week...
Got Graduation Tickets?
The form for ticket requests for this year’s graduation ceremony, taking place on Saturday, May 14, is now available on your senior’s onCampus page and can be accessed by clicking the YELLOW BAR that appears across the top. We will be taking ticket requests via this form until MONDAY, APRIL 4TH AT 8:00 AM. 

PLEASE NOTE: The yellow bar will only appear on your senior’s onCampus page, so please be sure they know to complete the request or log in with them to complete it together to ensure that all members of your intended group(s) are counted and included.
Each graduate is guaranteed up to 10 tickets for graduation and every effort will be made to fulfill requests for additional tickets. If the form is not completed by April 4 at 8:00 a.m., the student will receive ten tickets. There will be no requests for additional tickets after the April 4 deadline. Families will be notified by mid-April about the number of tickets your family will receive, and tickets will be distributed the first week of May. 
The ticket request form can only be submitted once. By completing the form, the student agrees to take into consideration members in his/her household(s) as well as any extended family or friends. 
This form is for graduation only. At this time, no tickets will be required for the Baccalaureate ceremony on May 13. However, this is subject to change.
PLEASE BE ADVISED: In the event of inclement weather, the ceremony will be moved indoors to The Scott Center for Worship and the Performing Arts. This will affect the number of tickets each family receives. If inclement weather seems likely, a decision will be made the week of graduation and further details will be promptly communicated to senior families. 
Please continue to watch your emails for additional information regarding other senior celebrations. 
Looking forward to celebrating this exciting milestone with you and your families!
Class of 2022 Senior Orators Have Been Selected!

Congratulations to:

Dylan Collins and Braxton LaNois - who will be speaking to their classmates on April 6th during their Senior Day.

Karis Assam and Logan Araj - who will speak to the Upper School student body at Senior Stroll on Thursday, May 12th.

Speakers were nominated by their fellow Class of 2022 classmates and voted upon by the HT faculty and staff.
Class of 2022 Graduation
Yard Signs On Sale Now!

Celebrate your Senior with a Class of 2022 yard sign. Each sign is $20 and includes a color photo of your grad! Deadline to place orders is Thursday, March 31st.

SAVE THE DATE: Senior Moms Lunch

Attention Class of 2022 Moms! Mark your calendars to join us at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club on Wednesday, April 13th from 11:00-1:00 PM for a Senior Mom Luncheon. More information to follow soon!
Reminders for Seniors...

Senior Day: Wednesday, April 6th
This is the Senior Spring Retreat Day which will include your Cap and Gown Ceremony along with other special senior traditions.
The day will start in the Tiger Café at 8:00 AM. More details to come.

Seniors’ Last Day of Classes: Wednesday, May 11th. This is a regular school day.

Seniors’ Last Day of School/Graduation Rehearsal and Senior Stroll: Thursday, May 12th. The day starts at 10am in the Tiger Café. More details to come!
Scholarships & Summer Programs for Juniors and Seniors


Cape Canaveral Hospital Auxiliary High School Scholarship: Seniors interested in continuing their education in the health care field see Ms. Gunderson for hard copy application. Deadline: postmarked no later than April 1, 2022

Space Coast Gator Club Scholarship: seniors visit: For application and details. Deadline: ALL DOCUMENTS RECEIVED BY April 4, 2022

Julia B. Beensen Scholarship: Seniors visit: Deadline: April 28, 2022

PB&J Scholarship Seniors visit for details and application. Deadline: May 30, 2022
Summer Programs:

The Summer Leader Experience at West Point: Visit for details and application. Deadline: April 1, 2022

Duke Pre-College Summer Programs 2022 Visit for details, application and deadlines.

Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation Pre-College Summer Programs: High achieving math and science students: Visit for application, details, and deadlines.

Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard: Two 2-week performing arts experiences are offered at partner schools, Windermere Preparatory Academy in Orlando, FL. Students may apply to both sessions if interested. Application Deadline: April 10, 2022

  • Session 1 | June 26-July 9: Drama, Piano, Voice 
  • Session 2 | July 10-23: Dance, Musical Theater 
HT: Get Your "Growl" On!

Be sure to check out the latest edition of The Growl - Holy Trinity's student magazine! Our journalism students report on school news, sports, campus life, arts and entertainment and even the occasional opinion on key issues.

You can get yourself a printed version or read and watch it all HERE!
Our Girls Varsity Lacrosse Seniors were honored during Wednesday's game against MCC (which HT won 13-4)
Congratulations to our Class of 2022 student athletes Mary Durkin, Cassie Farnham, Nicole Grillo, Anna-Katherine Harman and Bella Muniz.
Senior Night for our Boys Lacrosse team is this Monday, March 28th at 7:00 PM vs Jensen Beach. HT will proudly recognize our Class of 2022 student athletes Mick McCarthy,
Will Nifakos, and Brock Shoultz during halftime.

Holy Trinity's Homerun Derby will take place THIS SUNDAY, March 27th at 11:00 AM. We hope you can join us for an afternoon of fun and homeruns! CLICK HERE to show your support and join our Tigers as they rally to fight cancer.

Join us for our charity baseball double-header -- Saturday, April 9, 2022, to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and help find a cure for childhood cancer.
This event promises to draw a crowd both among our Holy Trinity families and our greater Brevard community. To date, we have lined up two-time World Series Champion pitcher Tim Wakefield to throw out the first pitch. Former popular morning radio DJ Timmy Vee will emcee the game which will be broadcast live by Brevard Sports Network. All participants are donating their time for the cause, as well as local restaurants and other businesses and organizations.
All proceeds will directly benefit St. Jude Children's Hospital. If you are interested in making a donation, please click on the official page.

Doubleheader JV Game & Varsity Fundraiser
Saturday April 9th
Cocoa Beach @ HT 11:00 AM Junior Varsity Game
Cocoa Beach @ HT 1:30 PM Varsity Fundraiser Game

More details to come!
Individual football and volleyball game tickets, and season and annual passes for HT home games are now available for purchase online. CLICK HERE.
Holy Trinity now has branded merchandise available for purchase onsite at the Tiger Athletic Complex or online at our Tiger Athletic Gear Shop.

Avoid the afternoon carline and have your student meet up with their friends and classmates at The Huddle - after school - at the Tiger Athletic Complex on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays from 3:00-4:00 PM. They can work on homework, group projects, study, grab a snack, or play a round of ping pong, spike ball, or corn hole.
onCampus User Authentication
Over the next few weeks, IT will complete it’s implementation a the new (behind-the-scenes) user authentication process for parents in onCampus. This method, Blackbaud ID (BBID), will allow parents to self-manage their login account for Holy Trinity. The remaining upper school parents will receive invitations to establish their Blackbaud ID via email from with a subject line of “Connect to Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy.” As always, IT is available at to assist in this transition or with other IT-related issues. Watch your inbox for an email like this one and follow the steps provided.
Holy Trinity's 2020-2021 Annual Report is now available to review in digital form. Click HERE.
Please be sure to review and acknowledge
receipt of the 2021-2022
Check out our official online spirit store at for your HT swag. Shop over 5,000 HT branded and logo items, including apparel, home decor, gifts, accessories, pet supplies, drinkware, luggage and more! 
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