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God's Portion Day - October 27th and 28th
Alumni Challenge Leaderboard for 2018

Upcoming Athletic Events 

Monday, Oct. 15th -

- Jr. High Volleyball
team will travel to Notre Dame.  Game will begin at 5:00 PM  Team will leave at 3:50 PM
Thursday, Oct. 18th  -

- Cross Country State Qualifier
at Iowa City.  Event will take place at the Iowa City Kickers Soccer Park.  (Golf course address is 4400 Soccer Park Rd., Iowa City, Iowa  52240) Team will leave at 12:30 PM.  Please dismiss the team following lunch.  Admission is $5 per car.  HTC Varsity boys will run at 4:30 PM
Monday, Oct. 22nd -

Regional Volleyball
at HTC at 7:00 PM.  HTV vs. TBA  Admission $6 for all.  No Passes Accepted.


Concession Stand/Gate Worker List

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Letter to Parents from the HTC Athletic Department.

Letter to Parents (/media/2018 Athletic Board Letter to Parents.pdf) regarding safety at balls games. ..


Holy Trinity Sports Pass

The Holy Trinity Athletic Board now have the 2018-2019 HTC Sports Passes for sale. Sports Pass Order Form (/media/Pass Form Athletics 2018-2019.p..


HTC Friends of Athletics Sponsor Program -

The Holy Trinity Catholic Athletic Board members are excited to announce the HTC Friends of Athletics Sponsor Program. This program has been..


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Business and Technology Education

Computer Lit 7

(Required) (1 Semester) 7
Computer Lit 7 is designed to help the students improve their computer skills using Microsoft Office 2010. Emphasis will be placed on keying technique, speed and accuracy in using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Internet safety and research will be incorporated throughout the semester. Students will complete this course in one semester.

Computer Lit 8

(Required) (1 Semester) 8
Computer Lit 8 is designed to improve the student’s keyboarding skills, demonstrate proficiency in using Microsoft 2010 through word processing documents, excel documents, and PowerPoint presentations. This course will also incorporate internet safety and research. Students will complete this course in one semester.

Business Math

(Elective) 2 Semesters *10, 11, & 12
Credits: 1 Credit
Prerequisite: Basic Math Skills
Business Math offers multiple opportunities to develop use, and integrate computations skills into everyday applications. It is essential in helping students fulfill their future roles as citizens, consumers, employees, employers, investors and entrepreneurs. Curriculum areas such as wages, banking, credit cards, home ownership, insurance, sales, and marketing will be studied. Students are encouraged to enroll in this class to learn about math skills they will use for a life time.

Accounting I

(Elective) 2 Semesters * 10, 11, & 12
Credits: 1 Credit
Prerequisite: Algebra I
Accounting I is the basic language of business. It provides high school students with a basic foundation to enter either the business world or to use in their personal life. This course is designed to be a full year course and to complete the accounting cycle for a sole proprietorship, corporation and partnership. In addition, students will understand accounting concepts and deal with payroll and checking accounts.

Accounting II

(Elective) 2 Semesters *11, & 12
Credits: 1 Credit
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Accounting I (C or above in Accounting I)
Accounting II is an in-depth study of the accounting cycle and concepts. It will reinforce the accounting I curriculum and expand the student’s understanding of financial statements. Students will deal with departmental accounting concepts and be able to interpret and analyze accounting information to make good financial decisions.

Personal Finance

(Required for Graduation) 1 Semester *9
Credits: .5 Credit
Personal Finance is designed to teach students how to manage their finances and help them to make good financial decisions – now and in the future. It will approach finance from four different areas: understanding income, managing money, spending and credit, and saving/investing.


Personal Finance II: *10-12
Personal Finance II is a course designed to empower students with knowledge and application of basic financial principles so that they can make sound financial decisions for life. It is designed to:

1. Reinforce academics skills such as communication, mathematics, reading, research, and writing

2. Enhance students’ financial literacy skills.

3. Enable students to develop informed money management strategies

4. Stimulate interest in financial management

5. Inspire students from all backgrounds to achieve financial well being.

6. Foster an understanding and appreciation of ethical money management.

Introduction to the Working World

(2 Semesters)*10-11 & 12
1 Credit
A two-semester course designed to introduce students to Iowa's "six career pathways." Students will explore careers, study skills to make them successful employees or managers, and incorporate personal finance for independent living.