We realize the vital role that parents play in a child’s education and pledge to work with parents to ensure every child’s success. Blessed Trinity offers excellent educational opportunities for all students and places considerable importance on academic achievement.
The curriculum of a school is central to the instructional program. Our curriculum strives to meet the needs of the whole child, including his or her intellectual, spiritual, emotional, psychological and physical abilities. We recognize and value the unique gifts, talents and modes of learning in each child, and strive to meet their individual needs by offering many different paths to academic success. By virtue of being a state-accredited school, our curriculum has been reviewed and approved by the Minnesota Non-Public School Accrediting Association (MNSAA). Teachers are state-certified in their particular grades or subject areas.
Blessed Trinity offers a well-rounded core curriculum consisting of:
We are proud of our curriculum and are pleased to report graduation examination scores well above the state average in reading and mathematics. Our commitment to parents is that graduates are well prepared for the educational experiences which lie ahead.
Special Education Services
In cooperation with Richfield School District, students with special learning needs have access to evaluation and support services from Richfield’s Special Education Department. At any time during the school year, if you believe your child is eligible for additional services or academics, please contact Mr. O’Keefe for more information about these programs.
We use a variety of assessments to monitor our students’ progress toward academic goals and standards. These assessments include a variety of classroom activities including classroom observation and assignments, quizzes, tests, projects and performances. These provide ongoing information about student progress toward classroom learning goals.
Additionally, Blessed Trinity uses standardized tests to monitor progress on learning goals on an annual or semi-annual basis. Standardized tests measure individual and class growth toward learning goals, while providing feedback on progress relative to grade and peer expectations. This information helps guide instructional planning, identify opportunities for learner support, and informs curriculum development. These tests are administered according to this calendar.