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Now Accepting Late Applications for the 2024-2025 school year.

Blessed Trinity Catholic High School aims to develop students through spiritual formation, academic excellence, artistic sensibility, and athletic achievement and we hope you chose to join us in this journey. Our incredible faculty and staff are welcoming and gifted, educating students daily while bringing them closer to God. Our students are intelligent, talented, and dedicated making it easy to understand why we are known for our lifelong sense of community;
Once a Titan, Always a Titan.

Blessed Trinity Admissions Team

Ellen Rick '12

Ellen was named the Director of Enrollment Management in 2023. She has been a member of the Blessed Trinity Admissions Team since July 2018 where she served as Registrar and New Student Orientation Leader Coordinator. Ellen has also been a Seton House Family Mentor as well as Assistant Volleyball Coach.

After graduating from Blessed Trinity in 2012, Ellen received her Bachelors of Science in Sport Management with a Minor in Business and Marketing from Georgia Southern University. In 2019, she received her Master of Science in Academic Advising from Kansas State University.

Marci Miller

Marci re-entered the role of Registrar in 2023. She has been a member of the Blessed Trinity staff since July 2012 where she has also served as Guidance Administrative Assistant. Marci has been a Dante House Family Mentor as well as Swim & Dive Coach.

Marci received her Bachelors of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences from the University of Georgia. She lives in Canton with her husband, Mark, and her three children, Harrison, Collins and Brynnleigh.

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Awarded Scholarships to the Class of 2023

Schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta admit students of any race, sex, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the schools. They do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of educational policies, admissions policies, loan programs and athletic or other school administered programs. 

To attend school in the Archdiocese of Atlanta, children must meet state standards for immunization (OCG 10-2-77). We do not recognize an exemption based upon matter of conscience / religious exemption or serology; a medical exemption provided by the child’s pediatrician documenting a medical contraindication will be accepted.