Most Holy Trinity High School opened in 1915 and was closed in
1972. For almost sixty years it provided quality education for young men
of Brooklyn and beyond. The high school was staffed by Marianists Priests
and Brothers and dedicated lay people.
Most Holy Trinity Elementary School graduated its last class in
June of 2005. The school was staffed by Amityville Dominican Sisters and
dedicated lay people. Most Holy Trinity School had the unique distinction of
being the oldest parish school in the Diocese of Brooklyn that had continually
educated students from 1841 until its doors officially closed in 2005.
our hope that we will be able to develop this page in order to promote the
Trinity Alumni Association, to give tribute to the Marianists Priests
and Brothers, the Amityville Dominican Sisters, many dedicated lay
staff and faculty members who served so faithfully, and as a place for alumni
and friends to visit.
email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are an alumni, friend
of the high school, and/or former faculty or staff member. We would love
to hear from you and to be able to make contact with you. Perhaps you
might be able to help us to develop this page with your stories, photos,
information and memories. Thanks!
A special word of thanks must be given to +Joe Manzo, HS '60, who labored to establish and build the Trinity Alumni
Association. Joe: Without your efforts we would not have been able to
launch these alumni pages with the information they include! With
eternal gratitude and thanks!
This page is “Under Construction” (as is
the Alumni Association itself!)
Most Holy Trinity Elementary
Most Holy Trinity
Trinity Wants You! We are
currently seeking dedicated alumni, former faculty and staff members,
and friends of both the elementary and high school to serve as
volunteers to develop, animate and promote the Trinity Alumni
Association. Can you give your time to this effort? If so,
please contact Fr. Timothy at Most Holy Trinity Church (send an email to
Our Mission and Purpose
Trinity Alumni Association was established to nurture and perpetuate good
fellowship among its alumni. The Association hopes to keep its alumni connected
to each other and to guard and cherish the wonderful memories we have of our
time at Trinity; we hope to encourage and to continue the special bond that our
members have with Most Holy Trinity Church. Membership is open to all who have
graduated or have attended Most Holy Trinity High School and/or Most Holy
Trinity Elementary School.
Trinity Alumni Association
138 Montrose Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11206