BTA REOPENS WITH A HYBRID LEARNING MODEL
The 2020-21 school year promises to be one that all of us will remember for years to come, but we are excited about all that the school year has to offer. School will resume on September 8th. Students will be assigned to one of two cohorts (A or B). We will use a hybrid model with half of our students attending in person each day and then learning online the next day. This enables BTA to meet or exceed all recommended and required state and health guidelines.
At Boston Trinity Academy, in these extraordinary times, we remain committed to providing the education that the school is known for, one that is grounded in academic excellence, purposeful faith, and authentic community. In the midst of unpredictability, we are reaffirming our commitment to teaching young people how to lead lives of faith, integrity, and service. Boston Trinity Academy’s administration, faculty, and staff have been hard at work this summer preparing the campus, curriculum, and classes as we get ready to join together as a safe, learning community this coming school year.
Our top priority in regathering the community is the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and parents. Our next priority is providing the absolute best learning environment, experience, and outcome for our students. We realize that the public health situation is shifting and fluid. Our plan will be agile as we monitor circumstances to gain insight into emerging trends, priorities, and the responses of government and health officials in order to deploy the best model for the appropriate time and situation.
More information will be added in the coming weeks. We appreciate your patience as we undergo a transition to school in a different format. Please do not hesitate to contact Academic Dean Tim Belk or Information Technology Director Kris Loper with questions.