Architectural rendering of Holy Trinity’s planned arts and athletics facility. Submitted photo.

Holy Trinity completes successful capital campaign


From staff reports

Holy Trinity Classical Christian School announced last week the successful completion of its Campus Vision Campaign, raising more than 6.1 million, the largest fundraising initiative in the school’s history.

The campaign was kicked off September 2020 and concluded November 2021 with a matching challenge initiated by a team of anonymous donors. The challenge raised more than $350k in 30 days exceeding the goal.

More than 300 private donors contributed to the campaign. The funds are dedicated to the construction of Phase 1 of the multi-phase campus development plan. Construction is expected to begin this spring on a multi-purpose building which will provide space for stage performances, a gymnasium, music, and multi-purpose classrooms.

“The Holy Trinity Theater Department will benefit hugely from a real stage and auditorium,” Holy Trinity Head of the Theater Department Elizabeth Booman said in a release. “A stage and auditorium will provide the lighting and sound systems that our productions need to be truly professional and visually pleasing. This new space will also provide a great blessing to each and every actor in the Theater Department, and will be a sanctuary of story-telling for years to come.”

“A permanent gymnasium is like a dream come true. A facility like this on our Holy Trinity campus will be a game changer for many reasons,” Holy Trinity Athletic Director Josiah Tobin said in a release. “It will allow our athletes to practice on campus. A permanent gymnasium will also assist in making our school feel more established by providing the opportunity to meet in one place as a whole school for large events. Home games provide another incredible way for our school community to rally together by encouraging our athletes, promoting school spirit, and building meaningful relationships.”

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