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Quick Facts

  • Founded in 2000 as an Archdiocesan Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school.
  • 1001 students enrolled in grades 9-12.
  • 76 faculty members, 43 of which hold advanced degrees.
  • Student-Teacher Ratio is 13:1.
  • Average Class Size is 19.
  • The curriculum is fully college preparatory, and 28 credits are required to graduate. These credits include a minimum of 22 in the core areas of theology, English, social studies, mathematics, science, and world language.
  • The 236 members of the class of 2018 received 1,013 college acceptances and earned more than 24.4 million dollars in college scholarship offers (not including Georgia's HOPE scholarship).
  • 28 Advanced Placement courses, including one available to gifted freshmen, and AP exam pass rates more than 25% higher than state and national averages.
  • Outstanding Fine Arts Program, featuring a symphonic band, 4 theatrical productions a year including a musical, and one of the most highly honored dance programs in the state.
  • 22 varsity sports and over 50 teams that have won numerous state championships since the school’s inception.
  • 68-acre campus and spacious school with interactive boards in each classroom, 4 computer labs, a state of the art learning commons, a brand new STEAM lab, and extensive athletic and fine arts facilities.
  • The last five classes (2014-2018) had 10 National Merit Scholars, 54 Commended Scholars, and 7 Hispanic Scholars.
  • College Placement: Blessed Trinity graduates have been accepted to the finest universities in the United States, including Boston College, Boston University, Brown, Carnegie Mellon, Case Western, Colgate, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Davidson, Duke, Emory, Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Harvard, Holy Cross, Johns Hopkins, The Julliard School, MIT, Northwestern, Notre Dame, NYU, Princeton, Purdue, Rice, Syracuse, Tulane, UC Berkeley, UCLA, United States Military, Naval, and Air Force Academies, University of Chicago, University of Georgia, University of Miami, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Pennsylvania, USC, University of Texas, University of Virginia, Vanderbilt, Villanova, Wake Forest, Washington University in St. Louis, William and Mary, and Yale.
  • Archdiocesan system accreditation through AdvancEd, and memberships in the National Catholic Educational Association and the College Board