631 North Main Street, Brockton, MA, 02301 School Leader: Dr. Jennifer Roy Gender: Co-Ed Grade: Age 2.9 - 4th Grade http://www.trinitycatholicacademybrockton.org/ 508-583-6231 School Overview Trinity Catholic Academy (TCA) is an age 3 through Grade 8 Catholic elementary school located in Brockton, Massachusetts, with a lower Campus on North Main Street and an upper campus on Erie Avenue. Trinity Catholic Academy was founded in 2007 and has a partnership with Stonehill College to enhance curriculum and provide professional teacher development. As the only Catholic elementary and middle school in Brockton, Trinity Catholic Academy provides a highly structured, safe environment combined with an excellent academic program, emphasizing math and language arts. Mission Statement At Trinity Catholic Academy, we are committed to maintaining the highest standards of excellence for every member of our educational environment. In a diverse, urban Catholic school community, we promote the spirit and teaching of the Catholic faith while offering a challenging academic curriculum enriched with the arts, music, technology, and athletics. We empower our students to be motivated, curious scholars of strong character who continually strive to reach their fullest human potential in the classroom and beyond. Program Highlights Trinity Catholic Academy seeks to educate the whole child. TCA is committed to academic excellence, exceeding traditional Common Core standards by invigorating the curriculum with innovative approaches to learning. At TCA, students are given access to great academic resources, including paraprofessional aides, TItle I, and Read 180. Full-time paraprofessionals support teachers by giving specialized or concentrated assistance to preschool - kindergarten students. The curriculum is based on 180 days, with 1,071 hours of instructional teaching, surpassing the Massachusetts 900 education requirement by 19%. Every day in Kindergarten through Grade 5 there are 120 minutes of uninterrupted time in English Language Arts (ELA), and 90 uninterrupted minutes in math.