The Academy

TCA provides a supportive academic experience in a diverse, urban community.

Mission

At Trinity Catholic Academy, we promote the spirit and teaching of the Catholic faith while offering a challenging academic curriculum enriched with the arts, music, technology, and athletics. Committed to the highest standards of excellence, we empower our students to be motivated, curious scholars of strong character who continually strive to reach their fullest human potential in the classroom and beyond.

History

The only Catholic elementary and middle school in Brockton, TCA is an accredited, co-educational institution located in the heart of the city. In 2007, three Brockton Catholic elementary schools – Saint Edward School, Saint Casimir School, and Sacred Heart School – were on the verge of closing. With support from local pastors, business leaders, and generous donors, these schools were combined and reimagined to create Trinity Catholic Academy. We are tremendously grateful to Suffolk Construction, Stonehill College, and many other dedicated supporters who helped rebuild and revitalize Catholic education in the greater Brockton region.

Today, we provide a highly structured, safe environment combined with an excellent academic program, emphasizing math and language arts for over 350 students in preschool through grade 8.

The Academy is a co-sponsored school of the Campaign for Catholic Schools (CCS). CCS brings the resources of top business and civic leaders to the Academy that set a new standard for urban Catholic education and change lives

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The caring and loving environment and support that I received allowed me to not only succeed academically but to thrive and grow as a Catholic young woman.

– Ariana Rodrigues, TCA Class of 2013

Board of Trustees

2019-2020

William Burke, III – Chair
Headmaster, Saint Sebastian’s School

James Walsh – Vice-Chair
Executive Director, Campaign for Catholic Schools

Lloyd Lipsett – Treasurer
Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo

Reverend Michael Adebote, SMA
Pastor, Catholic Tri-Parishes of Brockton

Thomas Carroll
Superintendent of Catholic Schools, Archdiocese of Boston

Kathleen Driscoll
Secretary for Institution Advancement, Archdiocese of Boston

Antoinette Hays, Ph.D., R.N.
President, Regis College

John Jurczyk, FACHE
Senior Vice President of Covenant Health
President, St. Joseph Hospital

Jennifer Roy
Head of School, Trinity Catholic Academy

Leo Vercollone
President, VERC Enterprises

Jennifer White
Vice President, Community and Public Relations, HarborOne Bank