|3/7||Varsity Soccer (Boys) vs. Towers High School||W 6-1|
|3/5||Varsity Baseball vs. Brookwood High School||W 11-2|
|3/4||Varsity Lacrosse (Boys) vs. Lambert High School||L 1-10|
|3/4||Varsity Soccer (Boys) vs. Fellowship Christian School||W 2-1|
|3/4||Junior Varsity Lacrosse (Girls) vs. Wesleyan School||W 19 - 7|
|3/4||Varsity Lacrosse (Girls) vs. Wesleyan School||W 19 - 10|
|3/4||Varsity Tennis (Girls) vs. Woodward Academy||Won 4-1|
Athletic success has become a way of life at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School. Since opening the doors in 2000, the school has achieved what many high schools only dream of. The Titans have brought home 25 State Championships in several different sports and have earned numerous State Runner Up titles as well.
Blessed Trinity Catholic High School won the 2003-2004 Georgia Athletic Director's Association Director’s Cup for the best all-around sports program in the state at the AA classification.
In 2006, Blessed Trinity was named the winner of the Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award. This award was determined by the region’s athletic directors in recognition of the region school with the highest level of sportsmanship displayed by the athletes, coaches, and fans.
In 2007 and 2008, Blessed Trinity won the Georgia Athletic Directors Association Director’s Cup for the best all-around girls program and won runner-up in best all-around sports program in AAA. In addition, Blessed Trinity's Athletic Director, Ricky Turner, was named the AAA Athletic Director of the Year by the Georgia Athletic Director's Association.
The 2008-2009 school year brought another Georgia Athletic Directors Association Director’s Cup to Blessed Trinity for the best overall sports program in the AA classification, and in 2010 BT finished second overall for the Director's Cup.
During the 2010-11 school year, Athletic Director, Ricky Turner, was named Athletic Director of the Year for the State of Georgia.
The 2011-12 school year brought another Sportsmanship Award for the Athletic program at Blessed Trinity in honor of their fans, athletes, and coaches.
By the Numbers...
State Runner Ups...................21
Final Four Finishes...................18
Elite 8 Finishes........................40
Sweet Sixteen Finishes............29