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University Talent Identification Search, an honor that also serves as gauge of outstanding intellectual ability by the school’s student body, since elegibility signifies that these students scored in the 95th. percentile or higher in standardized testing. Parents of students from all faiths and throughout the county select Holy Trinity because of its reputation for individualized instruction, small classroom size and the experience of its educa-tional staff. 72% of holy Trinity’s seventh graders qualified for the Duke University Talent identification Search. Beyond the classroom, sports and extracurricular activities play an important role in the lives of Holy Trinity students. Physical education classes are a daily part of the schedule and an extensive sports program is offered as early as junior high school. More than 50% of the high school student body participate in varsity athletics. Dedicated to helping students become proficient and successful in the digital world, the school provides computer labs and multiple laptop labs and iPads. Students in grades six to 12 are encouraged to bring their own mobile computing devices. Upper school courses include computer graphics, 3-D computer programming and robotics. Naviance, Holy Trinity’s web-based college counseling program bridges high school and higher education and careers by providing detailed, personalized college planning. Holy Trinity, recognized by the Student Exchange and Visitor Program, welcomes international students who are proficient in ConTinUES on ThE nExT pAgE Educational game bought with box tops last year at Suntree Elementary. The center of it all n   17   n

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