Religious Instruction

Trinity’s course of studies is based on the US Catholic Bishops’ recommended curriculum and students are required to take a religion course every year – for all four years. With choices from a diverse course list, students are given the opportunity to expand their knowledge base and explore their faith.

All religion department teachers are either certified by the State department of education, received catechist certification, or hold advanced degrees in religious education/theology, and have devoted their lives to Christian service in Catholic education. They take a content- and process-oriented approach to educating students and place a strong emphasis on inclusiveness.


For more information, contact:
Mike Domzalski

Mike Domzalski


Email: domzalski@trinityrocks.com
Phone: (502) 736-8284

Bernie Schum

Bernie Schum


Email: schum@trinityrocks.com
Phone: (502) 736-8224

 

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