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School History

Archbishop John Francis Donoghue broke ground on January 29, 1999, for the construction of Blessed Trinity Catholic High School. The founding principal was Frank Moore. 

The school opened in August 2000 with a 3-year initial accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and with an enrollment of 164 freshmen and 55 sophomores. The initial faculty and staff consisted of 35 employees. The athletic program began with 17 sports.