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Welcome to Holy Trinity Catholic School and thank you for your interest!

Holy Trinity Catholic School provides a challenging and diverse curriculum for pre-kindergarten (age 4) through eighth grade.  Holy Trinity is co-owned by three area parishes: Good Shepherd Catholic Community, St. Francis of Assisi, and St. Michael’s Catholic churches.

New student applications will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis, giving priority registration to accepted applicants whose families are members of our sponsoring parishes.  Generally, enrollment in eighth grade is limited to students already enrolled in a Catholic school.

As openings become available, the following priorities will be used to accept students to Holy Trinity Catholic School:

  1. Active members of Good Shepherd/St. Francis/ St. Michael
  2. Members of other Catholic parishes
  3. Students of other Faiths

Admissions Process

Step 1: Online Application

  • Submit completed Online Application and application fee of $50 by creating an account and applying online
  • Submit to the Admissions Coordinator at Holy Trinity the following:
    • Copy of county-issued birth certificate
    • Copy of immunization records 

Every student enrolled in a Catholic School in the State of Texas shall be immunized against vaccine preventable diseases caused by infectious agents in accordance with the immunization schedule adopted by the Texas Department of State Health Services. A student who fails to present the required evidence shall not be accepted for enrollment. The only exception to the foregoing requirement is a medical exemption signed by a licensed physician (M.D. or D.O.) authorized to practice in the State of Texas, including the physicians license number.

Immunizations are not in conflict with the Catholic faith. Conscientious objections or waivers, which may be permissible for attendance in public schools, do not qualify as an exemption in Catholic Schools in Texas. (Texas Attorney General Opinion: GA-0420)

This policy was adopted by Texas Catholic Conference Education Department, December 2008 and voted on April 3, 2017 to keep as written with no changes by the Bishops of Texas.

  • If applying for Grades 1st - 8th  also submit:
    • Copy of most recent report card
    • Copy of most recent standardized test scores
    • Professional Assessments (if applicable) e.g. Psycho-educational, IEP, speech
    • Letter of Reference from current school principal or assistant principal

Step 2: Interview & Assessment

A family interview and Student Assessment will be scheduled at the school once all paperwork has been received and reviewed.

Step 3:  Online Registration

After receiving your acceptance letter, you will go to RenWeb and complete the online registration/enrollment packet which includes:
  • Registration Fee
  • Permission to Publicate
  • Permission for Internet Use
  • Permission to Treat
  • Emergency and Authorized Pick-Up lists
  • Financial Agreement

Step 4: Parish Verification

Holy Trinity will contact your parish to verify parishioner status and confirm your tuition rate.

Step 5: Tuition Payment

You will be asked to set up your FACTS account when you complete your online enrollment packet and afterward you will receive an email detailing your FACTS account and tuition payment schedule.

Step 6:  Required Forms Due by August 1st

Final acceptance is contingent upon receipt of your completed forms due to the school office by August 1st.   
  1. Catholic School Health Report & Immunization Record:

All new students must have a recent physical (within the last 12 months) documented on the Catholic School Health Report Form.   If your student is in 6th-8th grade and will be playing sports, the physical must be completed after June 1st .  Only an original physician signature is acceptable.  The form can be found here.

A complete physician issued immunization record must be submitted, as part of the Health Report, to the school office by August 1st. No student will be allowed to begin school until the immunization record is received and approved by the school nurse.

Note: The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth does not accept immunization waivers for “Reasons of Conscience”. See explanation in Step 1 above. Waivers for medical reasons will be considered when a signed letter from a physician is submitted. 
  1. Copy of Baptismal & First Communion certificates (if applicable):
If you have received one or both of these sacraments please provide a copy of the certificate to the school by August 1st.
  1. Authorization for Release of Student Records (1st – 8th)

Admissions Status Tracking

After your application is submitted online, you may view your application status by accessing your account with your username and password at here.


Children entering Pre-Kindergarten must be 4 years of age by September 1st of that school year.  Children entering Kindergarten must be 5 years of age by September 1st of that school year.  Children entering 1st grade must be 6 years of age by September 1st of that school year.  Holy Trinity Catholic School cannot make any exceptions to these regulations.

As a Catholic, non-public school dedicated to academic excellence within a disciplined, value-centered environment, the school actively seeks students and families who have a positive attitude toward the value of a Catholic education.  The most important qualification for acceptance into the school is the principal’s assurance that the applicant will have a successful school experience.  This evaluation is made in consultation with the family, through examination of the student’s assessment results as well as past academic and conduct records, which must be provided by the parents prior to admission. All reports from professional assessments (academic, behavioral, emotional or developmental) MUST be provided at the time of application for admission. All new students are admitted conditionally for the first 9 weeks.  

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Holy Trinity Catholic School is in compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1963 and other federal statutes of non-discrimination in its employment and admissions practices.  It admits qualified students of any race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.