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Catholic High-School Fair
Representatives from about a dozen local Catholic high schools will present their schools' offerings at the annual Holy Trinity Interparochial School High School Fair, Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012. The event will be held in the school's gymnasium located at 336 First Ave., Westfield, from 7 to 9 p.m. No registration is required.
The event is ideal for parents and their children who are in 6th to 8th grades and are interested in exploring a Catholic high school education.
Scheduled to attend are representatives from Delbarton Preparatory School, Mother Seton Regional High School, Mt. Saint Mary’s Academy, Oak Knoll School, Oratory Preparatory High School, Roselle Catholic Regional High School, Seton Hall Preparatory School, St. Joseph’s of Metuchen, St. Peter’s Preparatory School and Union Catholic Regional High School.
Holy Trinity Interparochial School, a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2011, is a pre-K through 8th grade parochial school, operating from two campuses in Mountainside and Westfield, New Jersey. As a Middle States Accredited school, it is run under the auspices of the Newark Archdiocesan School System. For more information on enrolling a child, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (908)233-0484.
|Where||Holy Trinity Interparochial School Westfield Campus 336 1st St, Westfield, NJ 07090|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Teens|
More About Holy Trinity Interparochial School Westfield Campus
Holy Trinity Interparochial School, located on First Street, is a Catholic school sponsored by three Roman Catholic parishes, Holy Trinity and St. Helen's in Westfield, and Our Lady of Lourdes in Mountainside.
The Westfield campus houses the 1st—8th grades, with students from two and a half years old to kindergarten attending school on the Mountainside campus. Seventy-five percent of the students are from the parishes in Westfield. According to school data, approximately half of the students are from Westfield, with Scotch Plains being the second largest represented municipality.
Founded in 1916, the school stresses religion as a component in the lives of the students. French and Spanish are taught in the school, along with a technology curriculum. Art, music and physical education are a part of the comprehensive academic curriculum. The school contains a variety of extracurricular activities. Extended day care programs are available for students. Sister Maureen Fichner is the principal.