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Upcoming Athletic Events 

 

 
 
Monday, April 23rd -
- VG/VB Golf at Notre Dame at 4:00 PM, Please dismiss the team at 2:40 PM (Changed from April 16th)
- Varsity/JV Girls Soccer team will host Keokuk at 5:00 PM
Tuesday, Apr. 24 -

- JV/V Girls Track at Keokuk at 4:00.Please dismiss team at 2:00.
- JV/V Boys Track at Mediapolis at 4:30.Please dismiss team at 2:20.
- VG/VB Soccer at Columbus Junction at 5:00.
- Lee Co. Golf Tournament at Sheaffer’s at 11:00. Please dismiss team at 10:00.
- Boys Tennis at Fairfield. Please dismiss team at 2:30.
- Jr. High Band Festival at HTC Rehearsals at 1:00 PM.  Concert at 6:30 PM
Thursday, April 26th -
- Varsity Boys Soccer team hosts Highland at 5:00 PM
- Varsity Golf teams host Central Lee at 4:00 PM
- Varsity Girls Soccer team will play in the Adidas Tournament at the Burlington Rec Plex vs. Moline, IL at 4:00 PM, Please dismiss the team at 2:30 PM they will leave HTC at 2:45 PM
Friday, April 27th -
- Varsity Girls Soccer team will play in the Adidas Tournament at the Burlington Rec Plex vs. Iowa City Regina at 1:30 PM - Please dismiss the team at noon, they will leave HTC at 12:15 PM.
- Jr. High Soccer team host Central Lee at 4:30 PM

 


 

 

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Holy Trinity Sports Pass

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Fine Arts Education

The Art Department of Holy Trinity Catholic High School is designed to broaden the aesthetic experience of its students. The department affords students the experience in art orientation and techniques. The courses are electives for those students who wish to pursue their interest independently through various forms of art media. Certain prerequisites need to be considered in order to advance from one level to the next.

ART 1

(2 Semesters)* 9-10-11-12
1 Credit
Drawing 1 is required the 1st quarter the student is enrolled in Art 1. Electives for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters are: Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture or Drawing 2.
These may be taken in any order as long as each elective covers one quarter of projects.

ART 2

(2 Semesters) * 10-11-12
Prerequisite Drawing 1
Students may choose from Printmaking 1, Crafts 1, Painting 2, Ceramics 2, Sculpture 2, and Drawing 2 (one elective per quarter).

ART 3 & 4

(2 Semesters)* 11-12
Prerequisite Art 2
Students may choose from Painting 3 & 4, Ceramics 3 & 4, Drawing 3 & 4, Printmaking 2, or Crafts 2 (one elective per quarter).

SENIOR ART INDEPENDENT STUDY

(2 Semesters)* 12
Prerequisite Permission from the Art Instructor
This course is designed for seniors to experiment and expand in the art media of their choice. They may also work on a portfolio to be used for college acceptance and/or scholarships.

MEDIA AND AESTHETIC EXPERIENCES*

Drawing Media includes pencil, colored pencil, pastels, India ink, scratchboard and markers.
Painting Media includes tempera paint, acrylic paint, and watercolor, oil paint, and various latex and oil decorator paints.
Ceramics include hand built containers, clay sculpture and clay molds.
Sculpture Media includes papier mache, wood, wire, plaster, tag-board, poster-board, and mixed media.
Printmaking Experiences include linoleum cuts, silkscreen, woodcuts, mono-prints, collagraphs, and various other experimental techniques.
Crafts include pyrography (wood burning), banners, box art construction, candle making, copper tooling, and various other craft media.

*Electives offered